Tampere Chamber Music

Tampere Chamber Music created something new and was awarded a prize of 3000 euros for the Cultural Deed of the year 2017

Tampere Chamber Music created something new and was awarded a prize of 3000 euros for the Cultural Deed of the year 2017

Tampere Chamber Music -festival has been awarded the Cultural Deed of the Year 2017 -prize by the city of Tampere. Tampere Chamber Music was organized for the first time in last year’s January. It’s a novel chamber music festival combining music, art and science. The festival consists of concerts, lectures, work-shops and chamber music masterRead more about Tampere Chamber Music created something new and was awarded a prize of 3000 euros for the Cultural Deed of the year 2017[…]

“Motor cortex of the brain is activated by the rhythm of music”

“Motor cortex of the brain is activated by the rhythm of music”

“Motor cortex of the brain is activated by the rhythm of music” – Professor of Music Petri Toiviainen knows what happens in our bodies when rhythm affects the brain functions. Have you ever wondered why people move their feet to the beat of the music or why doesn’t everyone possess a sense of rhythm? PetriRead more about “Motor cortex of the brain is activated by the rhythm of music”[…]

TAMPERE CHAMBER MUSIC COLLABORATES WITH TAMPERE UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

TAMPERE CHAMBER MUSIC COLLABORATES WITH TAMPERE UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES

TAMPERE CHAMBER MUSIC collaborates with tampere university of applied sciences Tampere Chamber Music Festival of 2018 brings a variety of people and artists together with an interdisciplinary execution. The festival is organized in collaboration with the teachers and the students of Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK). Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) is oneRead more about TAMPERE CHAMBER MUSIC COLLABORATES WITH TAMPERE UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES[…]

Minna Tervamäki – the rhythm is always present

Minna Tervamäki – the rhythm is always present

Dancer étoile Minna Tervamäki is part of several pieces at the upcoming Tampere Chamber Music Festival. She is known for her three-decade long position as the dancer étoile of Finnish National Ballet and has performed nearly all the most distinguished leading roles of classical ballet and in works by several significant modern choreographers. Since herRead more about Minna Tervamäki – the rhythm is always present[…]

Matti Leisola

Matti Leisola

Matti Leisola is an Emeritus professor of Bioprocess Engineering. He obtained his Master of Science in Technology degree in 1972, Licentiate of Science (Technology) degree in 1975 and D.Sc. in biotechnology in 1979 from Helsinki University of Technology. Leisola did his post-doctoral dissertation (Habilitation) in Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EHT-Zürich) in 1988. Matti LeisolaRead more about Matti Leisola[…]

Juan-Miguel Hernandez

Juan-Miguel Hernandez

An artist defined by the critics as “…tender, lyrical, loaded with personality” (Atlanta Journal Constitution, Pierre Ruhe), violist Juan-Miguel Hernandez is also recognized for drawing “…the sweetest, most sonorous tone…” (Washington Post, Charles T. Downey). In September 2009, Juan-Miguel won the first Prize at the 16th International Johannes Brahms Competition, for which he is delightedRead more about Juan-Miguel Hernandez[…]

POPULAR CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL RETURNS TO TAMPERE ON FEBRUARY 2018

POPULAR CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL RETURNS TO TAMPERE ON FEBRUARY 2018

The opening concert of the Tampere Chamber Music festival took place on October the 1st at Radisson Blu Grand Hotel Tammer. Representatives of the media as well as cultural contributors attended the event. According to the artistic director and a pianist Heini Kärkkäinen, the atmosphere of the Tampere Chamber Music opening concert was “festive, beautifulRead more about POPULAR CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL RETURNS TO TAMPERE ON FEBRUARY 2018[…]

Christoffer Sundqvist

Christoffer Sundqvist

Christoffer Sundqvist is one of the leading clarinets of his generation. Alongside his outstanding performances of the classical repertoire, the Finn man is an ambassador for contemporary Nordic music. Composers as Magnus Lindberg, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Aulis Sallinen, Sebastian Fagerlund, Markus Fagerudd, Sampo Haapamäki, Atso Almila, Olli Kortekangas and Jukka Linkola have written more than 20Read more about Christoffer Sundqvist[…]

Ralf Gothóni

Ralf Gothóni

“Classical music is a stairway to a growing individual and social understanding of life and human desires” Finnish-German Ralf Gothóni has a many-sided career as solo pianist, chamber musician and conductor all over the world. He became well-known for his unconventional way of music-making, not only as a pianist, but as a musician with unusualRead more about Ralf Gothóni[…]