Chamber music ensembles perform classical music from different time periods.


Johan Sebastian Bach: Toccata F-major ~8 min.

Samuel Barber: Adagio for strings, arr. Mika Väyrynen ~8 min.

Václav Trojan: Tarantella ~5 min.
Kalle Siitonen, accordion
Marek Mikáč, accordion               

Ludwig van Beethoven: Violin sonata in F-major No. 5, “Spring sonata” ~24 min.
Clara Lacout, violin          
Cristina Tomescu, piano

INTERMISSION 18:50-19:00

Maurice Ravel: Violin sonata No.2 for violin and piano ~18 min.
Clara Lacout, violin
Cristina Tomescu, piano

Dimitri Shostakovich: String quartet No. 3 F-major, Op. 73 ~30 min.
Léna Marie-puig, violin
Nea Toivonen, violin
Gizem Güllü, viola
Swann Leclère, cello       

INTERMISSION 19:55-20:20

Antonín Dvořák: Piano Quintet No. 2 in A major, Op. 81, B.155 ~40 min.

Grażyna Bacewicz: Piano Quintet No 1. ~25 min.
Ella Griinari, volin
Emmi Peltola, violin
Ingrid Odé, viola
Auroora Perttunen, cello
Wilhelm Pilch, piano

Additional information: Susanna Brandt,

Chamber Music activities at Sibelius Academy

Chamber music is an integral part of all classical music instrument and vocal studies at Sibelius Academy. Every academic year, around 100 chamber music groups study here. They are taught by the teachers in charge of chamber music and other teachers specialising in chamber music.

Mannerheimintie renovation project

Access to the Musiikkitalo from the direction of Mannerheimintie will be difficult. We recommend that you allow enough time for your arrival and use the entrance on the side of Kansalaistori if possible. According to current information, the entrance to Mannerheimintie will also remain in use throughout the renovation, but pedestrian routes can be challenging at times.

We recommend following the official information channels of the renovation project, where you can find the most up-to-date information.

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