The Heart of Jyväskylä Development Project presents optional locations for cultural and art institutions
The project is looking into various scenarios regarding the type of activities and locations. It aims at developing the operations of the City Theatre, Symphony Orchestra, City Art Museum, Finnish Handicrafts Museum, City Library and Adult Education Centre in terms of activities, premises and facilities.
Jyväskylä is especially known for its rich variety of culture; museums, art exhibitions, concerts, events and theatre performances.
For the following position Jyväskylä Sinfonia requires:
VIOLA PLAYER (TUTTI)
Audition: Wednesday 21th of August 2019 at 1 pm
Chief conductor Ville Matvejeff
Ville Matvejeff (b. 1986) has established himself as an exceptionally wide-ranging musician enjoying success as conductor, composer and pianist. He trained at the Sibelius Academy and Espoo Music Institute and has performed throughout Europe as well as the USA, China, Japan and Mexico.
Since the beginning of the 21th century, Jyväskylä Sinfonia has filled its concert halls year after year and the seats are almost 100 % sold. Orchestra’s chief conductor Ville Matvejeff began his period in the beginning of 2014 and will continue until the year 2022. Matvejeff is one of the most interesting Finnish musical talents. Successful as a composer, conductor, pianist, and singer, he has established himself as an exceptionally wide-ranging musician.
Visiting Concert in Laukaa
Thu 29.8. at 19 Laukaa Church
Conducting class of Professor Ari Rasilainen
Giuseppe Mengoli, violin
Arnold Malcolm: Sinfonietta no 1
Antonín Dvořák: movements from Czech suite
Camille Saint-Saëns: Introduction et rondo capriccioso
Franz Schubert: Symphony no 3
The cities of Yaroslav in Russia and Jyväskylä in Finland have been twin cities since 1966 and cooperated every year in several fields, for instanc
In Jyväskylä, the group had concerts and the choir members familiarized themselves with the Finnish culture and school system.
City centre a narural home to art and culture
“City centres in Finland include deplorably few non-commercial venues with a low entry barrie