Natalie Clein’s performance is unfortunately cancelled due to illness, and replaced by Finnish top cellist Seeli Toivio and organist Pauliina Hyry. Tickets purchased beforehand can be used to this evening’s concert or returned. Welcome to the concert at 19 in Hanko Church!
The seventh Hanko Music Festival opens on Friday 14 July. The theme this year, which is also the 100th anniversary of Finland’s independence, is Free Voice. The theme resonates with freedom of expression, diversity and the international community, not forgetting democracy. The classical music concerts at the festival will bring to the audiences the Finnish … Continue reading The Hanko Music Festival kicks off Friday next week with the theme Free Voice
Do you wish to be part of Hanko Music Festival? We are looking for volunteers! Help is needed in ticket sales, distribution of flyers, and various tasks during both the festival and Hanko Music Course. As a volunteer you play an important part in making the festival happen, and at the same time you get … Continue reading Call for volunteers!
The Hanko Music Festival is proud to announce its world-class concert programme for this year’s festival, held between 14 and 19 July 2017. The festival programme was announced and the ticket sales opened today, 4 April 2017. The festival features some of the rising superstars of classical music, including the Austrian violinist Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, the … Continue reading World-class Concert Programme at the Hanko Music Festival 14-19 July 2017
Hangon Musiikkijuhlat tekee parhaillaan yhteisörahoituskampanjaa Mesenaatti -palvelussa. Yhteisörahoituksen avulla pyritään käynnistämään ensi kesän festivaalin järjestäminen. Vastikkeeksi festivaalin rahoittamisesta on tarjolla muun muassa ennakkolippuja, festivaalipasseja ja yrityksille näkyvyyttä festivaalin yhteydessä. ”Pienin summa, jolla pääsee mukaan on 30 euroa, joten jokainen voi halutessaan antaa tukensa taiteilijoiden työskentelylle ja Hangon kulttuurielämän monimuotoisuudelle”, sanoo Hangon Musiikkijuhlien perustaja ja hallituksen puheenjohtaja Milla Rantala. ”Yrityksille ja yhteistyökumppaneille … Continue reading Yhteisörahoitusta Hangon Musiikkijuhlille
Hanko Music Festival warmly thanks all visitors, musicians, teachers, music course participants, employees, volunteers, partners, sponsors and friends of the festival! Thank you for participating! The next Hanko Music Festival and music course will be arranged from the 16th to 21st of July 2017, see you then!
The theme for Hanko Music Festival 2016 is “Wave”. Swing is an important part of classical music and jazz. Good swing, meaningful melodies and harmonies will steal a listener’s attention and whisk them away with the wavelike rhythm. In bossa nova and jazz the waves move you from side to side, in jazz the movement … Continue reading Greetings from the Artistic Director
Last year’s second prize winner at Jean Sibelius Competition Emmanuel Tjeknavorian will headline Hanko Music Festival 2016. The Wienna-born violin virtuoso will perform alongside with pianist Maxmilian Kromer at Hanko church on the 15th of July. The full Hanko Music Festival program and new website will be launched at the 1st of April. The sixth … Continue reading Austrian violinist Emmanuel Tjeknavorian will headline this year’s Hanko Music Festival
Finland’s southernmost music festival will be headlined by some of the top names of Finnish classical music. In addition to classical music, the program also includes topical jazz music and free events. Registration for the Hanko Music Course is online from today. The sixth Hanko Music Festival is taking place 10th – 15th of July. The … Continue reading Hanko Music Festival is taking place from 10th to 15th of July 2016.