Night of the Arts: What the New York Times wrote on your birthday?
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The National Library
What the New York Times wrote on your birthday? - Music and Microfilms
The Night of the Arts at the National library on 18th August at 6.15-9PM offers a change to get to know the secrets of the microfilms. Come by yourself, with a friend or even with a small group and investigate what the “Big apples” leading newspaper - The New York Times wrote when you drew your first breath! In the North Hall, the visitors have a change to read the paper published on the day of their birth, under the guidance of our staff.
In case of formation of queues, on worries! Since in the Cupola Hall, the audience can enjoy musical professionals! At 6.30PM Duo Ilomäki & Turriago plays piano and flute music. Flutist, musician & music pedagogic Julia Ilomäki (b.1994) and composer, pianist, and conductor Tuomas Turriago (b.1979) are seasoned artists whose work share the ability to move fluidly over the borders of various genres. Julias music is characterized by versatility and passion for all kinds of music. Tuomas in turn is known especially as an experienced player and composer of chamber music.
Evening will be ended at 8.20PM with Chamber choir Värinä, which is a Helsinki based mixed choir whose members share a passion and love for singing wonderful choir music. Choir’s program consists mostly of classical choir music from renaissance to contemporary numbers. In June 2019 the choir won a prestigious Anton Bruckner – choir competition (chamber choir division) held in Linz, Austria and was rewarded with the golden diploma. International choir organization Interkultur has ranked Värinä as the 18th best chamber choir in the world. The choir is led by music pedagogic and journalist Noora Hirn.
Program at the National Library on the Night of the Arts 18th August.
6.15 – 9PM What the New York Times wrote on the day you were born? (Nort Hall)
6.30 – 7.15PM Duo Ilomäki & Turriago (Cupola Hall)
8.20 – 8.40 PM Chamber choir Värinä (Cupola Hall)