Estimated duration

1 h 15 min.


Helsingin Musiikkitalo Oy

Folkpop-group Pegasos presents their lyric-driven songs and harmonized vocals.

Pegasos is a Helsinki-based folkpop group of six musicians founded in 2015. Known for their lyric-driven, Finnish songs and harmonized vocals, the group has received praise for their touching and impressive gigs. The harmonious sound of the two lead singers, combined with the expressiveness of the instrumentalists, creates an exceptional sound that draws listeners in.

The group has released two albums: “Ei mikään ole niin kuin eilen” (2023) and “Anna vielä aikaa” (2020). Additionally, Pegasos has released a cover single ”Varovasti nyt” (2022) with the Finnish artist Pepe Willberg, as part of a tribute album for the band Egotrippi.

The band performs at the terrace of Musiikkitalo as a trio, featuring singers Tuulikki Blom and Riina Riikonen, along with guitarist Veikki Virkajärvi.



Free concerts are held at Musiikkitalo’s terrace on summer afternoons from Wednesday to Saturday, May 29th to Aug 3rd.

The concerts feature talented musicians from the Sibelius Academy of the University of Arts Helsinki, as well as concerts presented by HelsinkiMissio, Organ Night & Aria and World Music Centre. The genres and music vary daily: mostly classical or folk music on Wednesdays, jazz on Fridays and pop on Saturdays.