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  2. is an orchestra based in Helsinki, Finland. Its primary concert venue is the Finlandia Hall.

    In 1882, with the backing of two wealthy businessmen,…

  3. Polyteknikkojen Kuoro is a finnish academic male choir founded in 1900, which performs reqularly in Finland and abroad. The choir consist mainly of…

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  5. YL Male Voice Choir is a Finnish pioneer of choral music. YL, founded within the Helsinki University in 1883, is Finland’s oldest Finnish language choir.…

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  7. The Cantores Minores is a choir for the Cathedral of Helsinki, Finland. It was founded in December 1952 by finnish pastor Tarmo Nuotio and…

  8. A world renowned choir from Uppsala Sweden. Sings all kinds of music in local events such as the "Caprice" which is a humouristic event with both…

  9. Seminaarinmäen mieslaulajat aka Semmarit is a male choir from Jyväskylä, Finland formed in 1989. The group extremely seldom performs traditional male…

  10. Pentti Hietanen (b. 7 October 1958) is a Finnish tenor who has sung in opera and musicals but also done classical crossover and hard rock. To…

  11. Over the 45 years of its existence, the Tapiola Choir has evolved into one of the world’s best-known and most sought-after children’s and youth…

  12. Fredrik Pacius (born Friedrich Pacius) (March 19, 1809, Hamburg – January 8, 1891, Helsinki) was a German composer and conductor who lived most of…

  13. The Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra (Finnish: YLE Radion sinfoniaorkesteri), founded in 1927, is the chief orchestra of the Finnish Broadcasting…

  14. Canto Finlandia is a Finnish project combining synthesizers with choir music to produce cover versions of pop and rock songs, in the vein of…

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  16. The Finnish Radio Chamber Choir was a professional choir funded by Yleisradio, the Finnish national broadcaster. The choir was established in 1962…

  17. The Tapiola Choir (Tapiolan kuoro) is a children's chorus based in Espoo, Finland. It was founded in 1963 by Erkki Pohjola and is recognized as one…

  18. Born on September 5, 1960, in Somero, Finland; married Tapio Kuneinen, 1992. Education: Graduated from Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland. Addresses:…

  19. Leevi Madetoja (1887 - 1947) was a Finnish composer. He studied in Finland under Jean Sibelius (afterwards his rival), then in Paris with Vincent…

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