In the closing concert of the season, eight soloists, six choirs and a symphony orchestra gather in the large concert hall at Musiikkitalo.

Jukka-Pekka Saraste
conductor

Meagan Miller
soprano, Magna Peccatrix

Helena Juntunen
soprano, Una Poenitentium

Maija Rautasuo
soprano, Mater Gloriosa

Elli Vallinoja
mezzo-soprano, Mulier Samaritana

Lilli Paasikivi
mezzo-soprano, Maria Aegyptiaca

Tommi Hakala
baritone, Pater Ecstaticus

Nikolai Schukoff
tenor, Doctor Marianus

Tómas Tómasson
bass, Pater Profundus

Cantores Minores

Swedish Radio Choir

Latvian Radio Choir

Helsinki Chamber Choir

Helsinki Music Centre Choir

Nils Schweckendiek
Hannu Norjanen
choir coaching

Gustav Mahler
Symphony No. 8 ”Symphony of a Thousand”

The colossal character of his eighth symphony came to Gustav Mahler in a flash. After completing the first drafts, Mahler knew he was composing something that would make his earlier works seem like mere preludes. In the closing concert of the season, eight soloists, six choirs and a symphony orchestra gather in the large concert hall at Musiikkitalo in their most magnificent form, not forgetting the organ. The orchestra will be joined by young musicians from the LEAD! project.

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