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Kaisa Kortelainen

Kaisa Kortelainen

Kaisa Kortelainen (born 1992) began her musical studies at the Pielisen-Karjala Music Institute in Nurmes, Karelia, before going on to the Sibelius Academy Youth Department and then the Department of Music Performance as a pupil of Mikael Helasvuo. In spring 2017 she gained a master's degree at the Paris Conservatoire under Philippe Bernold. She has attended masterclasses given by Jacques Zoon, Kersten McCall and Emmanuel Pahud, among others. She has played in several Finnish orchestras and is currently second flute with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Kortelainen has performed as soloist with that same orchestra as well as the Joensuu City Orchestra and the Kuopio Symphony Orchestra. She is well acquainted with the world of festivals and has been personally involved in organising the UNM Festival, Nurmes Summer Academy and the Kaivos Festival in Outokumpu. Kortelainen is a founder member of the Ääninen music collective, which focuses on contemporary music and interdisciplinary events. She also plays with the UMUU Orchestra, which devotes itself to new and experimental music.


30. Kuhmo Arts Centre 18.00

Charles Ives (1874—1954):

The Unanswered Question for winds and strings from Two Contemplations (1935)


32. Kuhmo Church 11.00

Gioacchino Rossini (1792—1868):

Serenata in E flat (1823)


34. Kuhmo Arts Centre 18.00

Ernest Pingoud (1887—1942):

Dialog der Strassenlaternen mit der Morgenröte from La face d'une grand ville (1936-37; arr. for chamber ensemble)


35. Kuhmo Arts Centre 21.00

Terry Riley (1935):

In C (1964)


38. Kuhmo Church 18.00

Maurice Ravel (1875—1937):

La flûte enchantée extraite de Shéhérazade for soprano, flute and piano (1903)


45. Kuhmo Arts Centre 15.00

Felix Mendelssohn (1809—1847):

Meeresstille und glückliche Fahrt (Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage), Overture in D, Op. 27 (1828)


49. Kuhmo Arts Centre 15.00

Nikolaos Halikiopoulos Mantzaros (1795—1872):

Introduction and Tarantella from Symphony No. 1 'Di Genere Orientale'