Conductor – Dani Juris
SATURDAY 16th NOVEMBER 2013, 7pm
Kaamos has performed together with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra. Alba records released the choir’s new recording, titled “From darkness to Light”, in 2012. The choir’s repertoire focuses on European unaccompanied music. This year, Kaamos performed the All-night Vigil by Sergei Rachmaninoff and was invited to give a concert at the Tampere Vocal Music Festival, where the choir included guest singers and expanded to perform Thomas Tallis’s 40-part motet, Spem in alium. In its music, Kaamos tells stories the audience will, it hopes, find exciting, inspiring, thought-provoking and moving, or that may call forth a smile.
Dani Juris is a choral conductor with an international background reaching to South America, the Middle East, Great Britain and Central Europe. Born in 1984, he studied choral conducting at the Helsinki Metropolia University under Jani Sivén and at the University of Music in Graz, Austria under professor Johannes Prinz. In 2011, Juris received his Master of Music degree from the Sibelius Academy, where he studied under professor Matti Hyökki.
THIS IS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO LISTEN TO A GENUINE FINNISH CHOIR PERFORMING SACRED FINNISH MUSIC ALONG WITH GREAT CHORAL ARRANGEMENTS OF FINNISH FOLK MUSIC.
TICKETS PRICED £7 (£5). ON THE DOOR AT £8(£6).UNDER 16 FREE.