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TAMPERE CHAMBER MUSIC
FESTIVAL 2021

ON THE WAY IN THE CHANGE

-FIVE ELEMENTS

PROGRAM 
from the
 2nd to the 5th of June 2021
The festival will be streamed online.
There will also be a small amount of tickets on sale.

Due to violinist Réka Szilvay's illness she will be replaced at the festival by: 

Adrian Ibañez-Resjan (at Wednesday’s opening concert: Schubert’s Forelli).
Elina Vähälä (Friday 's concerts: Brahms Piano Quartet and Schubert String Quintet)
Otto Antikainen (in Saturday's concert: Schubert's piano trio).

WEDNESDAY 2.6.2021

Wed 2.6. 

10:00-12:00

TCM: A masterclass of chamber music

Free TAMK online stream. Link to the stream >

Come and listen to a master class of chamber music through a free online stream,

taught by Marko Ylönen, cello.

Wed 2.6. 

13:00-14:00  

Palvelukoti Pohjola (Senior Home, Pohjola)

Senior home concert

This concert is only for the residents of Senior Home Pohjola.
The students of master class will be performing at the same concert with the artists of the festival.

 

Wed 2.6.

19:00, Small Hall,

TCM: WATER Opening concert

The concert will be streamed  through the website keikalla.fi.
There is also a small amount of normal tickets on sale.

Normal tickets: 25€
Seniors: 22€
Students, unemployed, and draftees 10€

Tickets for the online stream: Standard ticket 10€, Support ticket 25€ (You can support the artist and TCM-festival by purchasing the support ticket)

Yle will broadcast the concert. 

TICKETS >

 

As the opening concert ”WATER” of the first carbon neutral chamber music festival in Finland, Tampere Chamber Music 2021, we will hear the wonderful piano quintet ”Forelli” by Franz Schubert. Performing this piece will be violinist Adrian Ibañez-Resjan, viola player Atte Kilpeläinen, cellist Marko Ylönen, pianist Heini Kärkkäinen and contrabassist Petri Mäkiharju. During the second half of the concert we’ll experience a flamenco piece, 7 Desires, by the Chinese composer Tan Dun, interpreted by guitarist Ismo Eskelinen and dancer Minna Tervamäki.

 ”Water wanders and descends, flows as it nourishes and refreshes. It is dark and bright at the same time.”

 

THURSDAY 3.6.

 

Thursday 3.6. 10:00-12:00 

TCM: A masterclass of chamber music

Free TAMK online stream. Link to the stream >

 

Come and listen to a master class of chamber music through a free online stream,
taught by Atte Kilpeläinen
, viola.

 

 

Thursday 3.6. 13:00-14:00  Palvelukoti Pohjola, (Senior Home, Pohjola)

Senior home concerts

This concert is only for the residents of Senior Home Pohjola.
The students of master class will be performing at the same concert with the artists of the festival.

 

 

Thursday 3.6. 14:00-16:00

TCM: A masterclass of chamber music

Free TAMK online stream. Link to the stream >

 

Come and listen to a master class of chamber music through a free online stream,

taught by Heini Kärkkäinen, piano. 

 

 

FRIDAY 4.6.

 

Friday 4.6. 10:00-11:00

TCM: Musician clinic: Flowing movement with minor exercises.

Free TAMK online stream. Link to the stream (In Finnish) >

Lecturer: Erja Kouri, physical therapist, PhysioPilates-instructor and physical therapist of music.
The lecture will be held in Finnish.

The physical therapist Erja Kouri takes the listeners on a journey of movement. In this shared moment we’ll take a look at the fluency of movement, the consciousness of actions and kinetic energy. 

During this class we’ll try out ways of making movements without the pressure of performance, with only the energy that is required for that exact movement. We’ll stop to feel our breathing and how it affects the movement. Some of the exercises are based on the Chinese Qigong tradition. The exercises will be done both sitting down and standing up, so they are suitable for everyone. 

The class also includes ideas for concentration and recovery in the music industry.

 

 

Friday 4.6. 13:00-14:30 

TCM Lecture: The brain and changes

There will be a small amount of normal tickets on sale. This lecture will also be streamed online and is available for people who have subscribed to Aamulehti. The lecture will be held in Finnish.
Tickets: 15€/10€ 

Lecturer: Minna Huotilainen, professor and brain researcher

 

Life is change.  What role does the brain play during a process of change? Is the brain changing slower than we would want it to? Through the perspective of a brain researcher, change is the basic state of mind for the brain. Brain researcher Minna Huotilainen opens this theme with her lecture ”The brain and changes”.

 

TICKETS >

Friday 4.6. 19:00-21:00

TCM: FIRE-EARTH – Concert

Free TAMK online stream. Link to the stream >

 

In this streamed concert we’ll hear Radamés Gnattal’s sonata for guitar and cello, Brahms’s Piano quartet no 3 C minor, and Piazzolla’s Histoire du Tango-series that takes us to Argentina for a moment. Performing guitarist Ismo Eskelinen, cellist Marko Ylönen, viola player Atte Kilpeläinen, violinist Elina Vähälä, pianist Heini Kärkkäinen and dancer Minna Tervamäki.

 

 

Friday 4.6. 22:00-23.00

TCM: The Night music TREE

Free online stream, through the Youtube channel of Tampere Tuomioseurakunta.

Link to the stream >

Enrollments are open for the concert (150 places). The concert is free, but it is necessary to reserve a seat from this link (In Finnish) >

 

Last year's very popular Night music concert is this year organized through a free online stream, which can be viewed on the Youtube channel of Tampereen Tuomioseurakunta.

 

Schubert’s String quintet is very special to me. It holds painful memories, yet at the same time the most beautiful and deepest peace. A tree nourished with water grows towards the sky, rising above earthly life, bringing power and its immortal moment. ”Consciousness expands and the limits fade out and blend together.”

Heini Kärkkäinen

Artistic director of Tampere Chamber Music

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY 5.6.

 

Saturday 5.6.  12:13:30  Maestro, Tampere Hall

TCM: Minna’s methods – workshop Teacher: Minna Tervamäki

TICKETS >

Tickets: 20€/ Seniors, students, unemployed and draftees: 15€

The workshop is for anyone who is interested in the art of movement. “Minna’s Methods consist of the very means that I myself have used to take care of my physical and mental endurance and aspired to top performances. The methods include thinking and attitude skills, welfare and mobility increasing, body disentangling and strengthening exercises, recovery and relaxation methods and visualization techniques."  

– Minna Tervamäki

Saturday 5.6. 14:00-15:00

TCM Lecture: Pain - healing in change

The lecture will be held in Finnish. This lecture will be streamed online and is available for people who have subscribed to Aamulehti. Also a small amount of normal tickets are on sale.

TICKETS > 

Lecturer: Jukka Pekka Kouri, physiatrist and specialist in general medicine, pain treatment and rehabilitation. 

The treatment of pain is developing and changing. Traditional methods of treatment are being shaken. Traditional medicines help only some of the patients, or aren't effective enough. New research  shows  that non-medical treatments such as acupuncture, physical therapy and rehabilitation are effective. Also psychological methods, such as relaxation and mindfulness exercises, have a place in pain treatment. Can music help to heal pain, and how can musicians' pain be treated?

 

Saturday 5.6. 19:00, Pieni sali

TCM: METAL closing concert

The concert will be streamed through the website keikalla.fi.
There is also a small amount of normal tickets on sale. 

Normal tickets: 25€
Seniors: 22€
Students, unemployed and draftees 10€
 

Tickets for the online stream: Standard ticket 10€, Support ticket 25€ (You can support the artists and TCM-festival by purchasing the support ticket) 

 

TICKETS >

In Tampere Chamber Music -festival’s last concert we’ll hear Alfred Schittken’s cello sonata no 1, interpreted by cellist Marko Ylönen and pianist Heini Kärkkäinen

The concert is completed by Franz Schubert’s glorious Piano trio Eb Major, the second movement of which is one of the most touching compositions in the history of music. Performing amazing musicians: violinist Otto Antikainen, cellist Marko Ylönen and pianist Heini Kärkkäinen.

KE 2.6.
TO 3.6.
PE 4.6.
LA 5.6.
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