Susanne Kujala (Helsinki) plays works by Hofhaimer, Bach, Sibelius, Muhly and Kujala. In the Sophienkirche, Kujala creates an extremely charming program of contemporary music by Nico Muhly, Régis Campo and Veli Kujala, whose works she juxtaposes with compositions from earlier centuries by Jean Sibelius, Paul Hofhaimer and Johann Sebastian Bach.
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Prelude and Fugue in G major BWV 550
Teppo Hauta-aho (1941-2021)
Oodi valaille (Ode to Whales) for organ and tape (1989/2011)
Paul Hofhaimer (1459-1537)
Nico Muhly (*1981)
Fast Cycles (2009)
Jacob Haßler (1569-1622)
Fantasia Noni toni
Régis Campo (*1968)
Livre de Sonates (1997-99)
- Le Gourmet
- La Follia
- La Nuit
Jean Sibelius (1865-1957)
Intrada Op. 111a
Veli Kujala (*1976)
Collaboration with female composers is an essential part of the artistic work of the of the work of the concert organist Susanne Kujala, who lives in Finland.
She has now premiered over 60 contemporary solo and chamber works, concertos with orchestra, and several works for microtonal organ. Her repertoire ranges from the oldest surviving organ music to music of the 21st century.
The duration of this concert is approximately 75 minutes.
Admission: 10 € / 5 € / 0 € (under 18)