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Finland 100 – Naantali Chamber Choir

Finland 100 – Naantali Chamber Choir

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 6:30pm

The Naantali Chamber Choir’s tour to USA celebrates the centenary of Finland`s independence

The concert tour Finland 100 of Naantali Chamber Choir will culminate in Minnesota where the choir gives concerts in Minneapolis on June 8, and in Duluth the following day. The Suomi Finland 100 Chorus joins the choir in Minneapolis for a workshop of new Finnish choral music.

The Naantali Chamber Choir`s concert program contains music from 16th century to contemporary. It tells the story of Finnish life and nature around the year, from spring to Christmas. 

Naantali Chamber Choir was founded in 1978. It is an amateur mixed choir of 30 singers (18 women, 12 men). The singers come from a relatively small area on the South-Western coast, around the city of Naantali. Antti Haapalainen, a composer and music theory teacher has conducted Naantali Chamber Choir from the year 2012. He is an encouraging conductor who also composes and arranges music for the choir.  The choir has performed various kinds of music; classical, traditional, contemporary, popular.  Choral music has led the choir round Europe: Estonia, Hungary, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, UK, the Czech Republic.  In 2000 the choir had a concert tour in Canada (the Finn Grand Fest in Toronto and concerts for the Finnish communities in Sudbury and Timmins). In Minnesota the choir will perform with 24 singers

Cost: 
Included with Museum Admission

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