Finlandesa faz hoje e amanhã últimos concertos após três anos como maestrina convidada principal da Orquestra Gulbenkia."
The nominees for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2017 have been announced. Finland’s nominees are conductor Susanna Mälkki and pianist Iiro Rantala. Åland – an autonomous region of Finland – has its own nominee, mezzo-soprano Jenny Carlstedt.
Messiaenin sinfonia esitetään toisen kerran Musiikkitalossa tänään torstaina klo 19. Sitä voi seurata HSTV:n suorana lähetyksenä.
Chef principal de l’Orchestre symphonique d’Helsinki, Susanna Mälkki entretient une relation privilégiée avec le répertoire contemporain qu'elle s'attache à diffuser et faire connaître. De retour à Paris ce mois-ci, elle dirigera la création mondiale de Trompe-la-mort de Luca Francesconi au Palais Garnier. Elle sera également au pupitre de l'Orchestre de l'Opéra de Paris le 6 avril dans un passionnant programme qui fera dialoguer la création française de Outscape, Concerto pour violoncelle de Pascal Dusapin, avec l'Ouverture de concert de Karol Szymanowski et le gigantisme de Also sprach Zarathustra de Richard Strauss.
The Chief Conductor of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra steps in for an indisposed Valery Gergiev on Sunday 12 March, making her LSO debut a year earlier than planned. Here’s five things you need to know about the life and career of Susanna Mälkki …
Chef principal de l’Orchestre symphonique d’Helsinki, Susanna Mälkki est particulièrement attachée à faire connaître le répertoire contemporain. Elle sera au Palais Garnier pour diriger la création mondiale de Trompe-la-mort de Luca Francesconi et, en concert, la création française du Concerto pour violoncelle de Pascal Dusapin, Outscape."
Susanna Mälkki is one of the brightest lights in the world of classical music, and one of a growing number of female conductors. She discusses her path to the conductor's podium on Lunch Break With Tanya Rivero."
When the first notes of Kaija Saariaho’s “L’Amour de Loin (Love from Afar)” are played at the Metropolitan Opera on Thursday night, it will mark only the second staged work by a woman composer in the company’s history — and the first since 1903.
Enter the conductor of L’Amour de loin, Susanna Mälkki. A fellow Finn and champion of the composer, Mälkki knows exactly why Saariaho’s music appeals to her. “She is one of those composers who has her own language. You recognise it immediately — the luxuriant sounds in the orchestra, and when she is describing the ocean, the ebb and flow to the music. It glimmers, it glows, it is so beautiful. This is not an opera where all you need to do is execute the sounds as well as possible. The music has such sincerity. It is generous in spirit, like its composer.”
Almost as exciting as the Met premiere of “L’Amour de Loin” is the company debut of Susanna Malkki, a conductor of wide range who has nevertheless made contemporary music something of a specialty. Recently installed as music director of her hometown Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, she also led the New York Philharmonic for the first time last year.
Susanna Mälkki, who makes her Met debut this month conducting L’Amour de Loin, thrives on her job’s myriad responsibilities.
The conductor of the year is Susanna Malkki, the chief conductor of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, who will make her Metropolitan Opera debut in December and will become principal guest conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic next season.
“L’Amour de Loin” will be conducted by another Finn, Susanna Malkki, in a belated Met debut for this formidable, charismatic artist, the new music director of the Helsinki Philharmonic.
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“I think life is important. Work is not everything, but I really love what I’m doing. It’s been very busy for the past 10 or 15 years, and I love every minute of it,” Susanna Malkki said.
The conductor is one of a small handful of female conductors on the podiums of the world’s orchestral stages