Aino Peltomaa (FIN) - Voice, Medieval Harp
Harmen Fraanje (NL) - Piano
Mikko Perkola (FIN) - Viola da Gamba & Effects
The Finnish-Dutch trio Peltomaa-Fraanje-Perkola have a magical way of immersing their listeners into an esoteric and timeless sound bath with viola da gamba, medieval harp, the human voice and electronic sound effects. The core of the trio's marvel is blending Finnish folk songs and music from the Middle Ages with jazz and contemporary compositions. At BRQ Vantaa, they will perform pieces from their debut album ÆR, combining liturgical songs of the 12th-century composer and mystic Hildegard of Bingen (1098—1179) with 13th-century pilgrimage songs, Gregorian melodies and newly-created work. They will also treat us to selections of their latest, yet-to-be-released album, which draws on bringing treasures of the distant past to life through original improvisations.
The trio's music is strongly in the moment and based on improvisation in addition to the medieval tunes. The artists want to dive into the moment with the audience, as of which the order of the songs can change spontaneously during the concert. The pieces will be updated on the BRQ website after the concert.
The played pieces will be updated on the BRQ website after the concert
Normal price: 18€
Other concession groups: 10€
Bundle ticket to same day concerts:
Thu 11.8. at 19.00-20.00 // Peltomaa-Fraanje-Perkola
Thu 11.8. at 20.30-21.30 // I Fortunati – The Waves of Time
Both at Tikkurila Church
Normal price: 26€
Other concession groups: 15€
Note! Ticket prices are subject to a Ticketmaster handling fee of 1,00-2,50 € and an order fee of 1,50 €.