What does Finland look like in the eyes of immigrant composers? How do the influences from two home countries come together? These questions are central in Zagros’s concert Kotimaani ompi Suomi, “My Homeland is Finland”, where we hear works by Adam Vilagi (born in Hungary), Matei Gheorghiu and Adina Dumitrescu (both born in Romania).
Herman Rechberger (s. 1947): Klarino (2018) for clarinet, first performance
Adina Dumitrescu (1964-): Kreise (2018) for oboe, clarinet, bassoon and percussion, first performance
Adam Vilagi (1977-): Wild (2007) for flute, bassoon and piano, Finnish premiere
Matei Gheorghiu (1984-): Petunian for clarinet, horn, viola, cello and piano, first performance
Tickets 17,5 / 11 / 6 € (including a service charge) Ticketmaster or 15 / 10 / 5 € from the Helsinki Music Centre Service Desk.