Thursday 7.3 at 6pm at Arkadia: From Bach to Berio – A musical lottery’ performed by Linnéa Sundfær Haug

Dear friend of Arkadia,

You are invited to ‘From Bach to Berio – A musical lottery’ performed by Linnéa Sundfær Haug on Thursday 7.3 at 6pm at Arkadia (Nervanderinkatu 11).

From Bach to Berio – A musical lottery
With seductive melodies, lots of really fast notes, high-pitched squeaks and enchanting folk music, Linnéa Sundfær Haug offers a journey through both the history of music and through the world. Although she is just one person, she will play and sing duets with herself and present music that is both beautiful and terrifying and sometimes just quite silly.

Each piece in the concert is accompanied by a fun little story (mostly) from the real world. Perhaps you want to know what the police in Albania thinks about the Norwegian dance “Halling”, how to disguise a recorder or how to get away from a really annoying stalker? And what is this musical lottery in the title? Whoever shows up will find out


Warm regards,
Entrance is free but a donation of €3 (or more!) to fund the event is suggested and would be most welcome. If you have no loose change or coins we gladly accept payment via Visa Electron or Mastercard etc.!

About Linnéa

Linnéa Sundfær Haug has studied the recorder, singing and choral conducting in Oslo and Hamburg. In 2018, love took her to Finland, where she is now a member of Helsinki Chamber Choir as well as doing freelance work in different ensembles. She cares deeply for the baroque repertoire as well as contemporary music and her absolute favourite composers are of course Bach and Berio. Future, fun engagements include a Bach only concert in Oslo, performing Berio’s A-Ronne in Basel, Switzerland, releasing a CD, singing Mozart’s requiem with only eight singers and two pianos and getting married to that guy that made her move to Finland.