Concert 12-05-2019

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Timeless pieces by Jean Sibelius, Schumann and Glière amongst others. The pieces are performed by Li Qi and Andreas Helling from Turku philharmonic orchestra as well as pianist Xiao Yun.

An elegant, relaxed and beautiful experience for mothersday. Below is a video clip of their rehearsal, more information of the performers and the programme. Tea and coffee is included in the price. Doors open at 18.00 and close at 18.15.

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Andreas studied in the Turku Conservatory , Royal Music Academy in Stockholm the Sibelius- Academy ,from where he received his Master of Music degree in 2007. He has played in many countries both as a solo player and with different chamber music ensembles. He has been member of the Helling and the Aratro string quartets. From 2002 he is principal cellist of the Turku Philharmonic orchestra and has been teacher both in the Turku Music Academy and Naantali Music Institute. 

Qi Li Started to study violin with his father at the age of five. Later he continued the study in Kunming Arts Institute, Yunnan Arts Institute and Sichuan Music Academy in China.

In 2008, he won the first prize of Zemplen Music Festival Competition in Hungary, and was invited as the soloist to play in the opening concert of Zemplen Music Festival with Hungary Radio Symphony Orchestra in 2009.

He studied violin in Turku Music Academy in 2011. During the study, he was twice won the Turku Young Soloists competition and played as soloist with Turku Philharmonic Orchestra.

In 2014, he won the first prize of “Concert Festival International Competition”, and invited to play solo as the winner at Carnegie Hall in New York, USA.

In 2016, he graduated with full score of violin playing, and then started working in Turku Philharmonic Orchestra as permanent player.

In 2016, he graduated with full score of violin playing, and then started working in Turku Philharmonic Orchestra as permanent player.

Jin Xiaoyun Graduated from Turku Conservatory in 2017. Studied with Eveliina Kytömäki. She had studies in Hungarian Crescendo summer institute with Reto Reichenbach in 2015 and 2014 as well.

In 2013, she got the 2nd prize in Kawai Chamber Competition playing in Yunnan,China.

She teaches piano before she came to Finland and had played as a chamber musician in China, Finland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway with different musicians. 

She had cooperated with Kunming International Academy Chamber Orchestra and Kunming Symphony Chamber Orchestra.

Jean Sibelius: Piano Trio in C Major - Loviisa Trio JS208

I.Allegro

II.Andante

III.Lento - Allegro con brio

Schumann: Fünf Stücke im Volkston, Op.102

I.Mit Humor

III. Nicht schnell, mit viel Ton zu spielen

V.Stark und markiert

Reinhold Glière: Duets for Violin and Cello, Op.39

I. Prelude

II. Gavotte

IV. Canzonetta

V. Intermezzo

VII. Scherzo

N.Paganini: Cantabile

Gabriel Faure: Berceuse

William Kroll: Banjo and Fiddle

Piazzolla:Oblivion

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