Come and enjoy the magic of shared experiences! Get your tickets to Sello Hall’s autumn events now

12.9.2022 10.25

Sello Hall’s autumn season 2022 is filled with magnificent music acts from home and abroad to suit every taste. We will also be celebrating the magic of performing arts and the joy of culture with events even for the youngest of children. Now we can again experience the unique feeling of watching a live performance together.

Top music acts and seasoned legends from Finland will be performing at Sello Hall throughout the autumn. Performers celebrating important anniversaries include the popular band Hoedown, whose 20th-anniversary concert will be fronted by Edu Kettunen. Crowd favourites that need no introductions are 22-Pistepirkko, Scandinavian Music Group, Marjo Leinonen & Viranomaiset, Pete Parkkonen, The 69 Eyes and Ina Forsman. 

We will also be seeing hot award-winning artists, such as Teosto Prize candidates Litku Klemetti and Yona, who also won the critics’ choice Emma award. This autumn’s younger-generation line-up includes VIIVI, recipient of the newcomer’s Emma award, Vilma Jää with her unique mix of modern and folk music; Younghearted, and double concert performers Tiisu and Luukas Oja as well as Paul Elias and Jutta Rahmel, also from Espoo. 

The music-filled autumn season ends in a festive mood. Hugely popular Osmo Ikonen and Lenni-Kalle Taipale will bring their Christmas-themed Joulurieha tour to Sello Hall. M, i.e. Minja Koski, actor-musician Mikael Saari, and the Lumos string quartet will be interpreting the ironic Christmas musings of Gösta Sundqvist. The much-awaited Rajaton Joulu concert will feature new and old Christmas favourites performed by the a cappella band Rajaton, who are celebrating their 25-year career. 

Jazz and improvised music will be heavily featured at Sello Hall this autumn, performed by acts from near and far. Saxophone player and composer Linda Fredriksson, whose album Juniper recently received an Emma award for best jazz album of the year, will take the stage in October. The Sointi Jazz Orchestra will be fronted by the Estonian-Danish alto saxophone player and composer Maria Faust. Famed modern jazz guitarist Bill Frisell (USA) will give a concert with his latest ensemble, Harmony, at the end of October.  

The rich harmonies of classical music sound particularly good at Sello Hall, which has excellent acoustics. Tapiola Sinfonietta’s Hetkiä concert series will feature new and old chamber music. Audiences will also be able to hear music composed by Seppo Pohjola, and Perttu Haapanen’s musical stage piece Podium performed by CHANGEnsemble. New world music will be front and centre on 14 September with the double bill of award-winning Solju, whose music is inspired by the Sámi joik tradition, and Vilma Jää, a folk musician-singer, who charmed international critics in Kaija Saariaho’s opera Innocence.  

Comic relief is in store as Minna Koskela performs her one-woman comedy Luolanainen, Jenni Janakka takes the stage with Tarjoiluehdus mixing monologue and stand up, and Minttu Mustakallio and Ville Virtanen improvise in their hilarious act Minttu sekä Ville.    

Children are an important – and uncompromising – audience for Sello Hall. Children’s Saturdays feature children’s favourite artists, from Tuomo Rannankari to Mimmit. The magical children’s musical Kalevala is inspired by the forest, nature and tradition, and in September, on Baby’s Day, Sello Hall welcomes the smallest of family members to experience the Silkkipaperitaivas theatre performance. In the mornings from Monday to Friday, Sello Hall offers a wide variety of concerts, films and theatre for day care and school-age children.  

Afternoon events offer high-quality culture affordably and partly free of charge to audiences of all kinds and all ages.  

Explore Sello Hall’s autumn programme and buy tickets(external link) for the events.

You are warmly welcome!

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