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Music in the Cathedral: Tatu Kauppinen & David Munk-Nielsen

6.2.2023

The winner of the 2022 Turku Cello Competition and audience’s favourite Tatu Kauppinen and the winner of the 2021 Tampere Piano Competition David Munk-Nielsen will perform together at the opening concert of the Music in the Cathedral week. These young and talented competition winners have worked together before as well. The concert will feature music by Mendelssohn, Kodály and Shostakovich in a stunning and atmospheric setting.

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The Turku Music Festival is Finland’s oldest continuously running music festival. It has evolved into a diverse urban event with a wide range of excellent music.

The Turku Music Festival was founded by the Musical Society in Turku in 1960. It has evolved into a diverse urban event with a wide range of excellent music including grand orchestral concerts, chamber music, recitals, jazz, outdoor events and children’s concerts. The guest roster includes Finnish and foreign stars each year. The current artistic director is Klaus Mäkelä; his predecessors include Ville Matvejeff, Topi Lehtipuu, Olli Mustonen and Martti Rousi.

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ARPPA

With a charm radiating from the sincerity of his music, Arppa is an emerging artist on a sharply rising trajectory. His music appears timeless, and his lyrics are like moving images. He has assembled some of the most captivating musicians of his generation, creating a beautiful and coherent sound world around his poetry along with improvisation-driven live performances bursting with energy.

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SEELE STRING QUARTET

The Seele string quartet was established at the initiative of its young members at the Junior Department of the Sibelius Academy in 2015. The group soon proved very promising indeed: only six months later, they won 1st prize in the national Erkki Melartin Chamber Music Competition. Their enthusiasm and excellent ensemble playing was a combination that was soon noted on the Finnish music scene.

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