Lahti Organ Festival is preparing for 2021! 

Exceptional Lahti International Organ Festival 2020 is behind. Coronavirus prevented our foreign guests from travelling to Finland and our live concerts, except 9.9.2020. As an innovative and forward-looking festival, Lahti Organ Festival made a digileap! We did 4 top concerts online, for everyone free to watch! Links to our YouTube channel are on these homepages.

For all of these, Lahti International Organ Festival would like to thank the artists, the audience that followed the online and live concerts and our collaborators!!

Next summer, Lahti 49. International Organ Festival is from 9 to 15 August 2021. The program is currently being compiled. There will be something that has never been heard before…

If you, dear friend of organ music, have any ideas or wishes, we are ready to hear, please feel free to contact us!

Peace, Love and Organ Music!

Mr. Pauli Pietiläinen

The Director of the Lahti International Organ Festival

      

Lahti Organ Festival proudly presents on Youtube channel:

 

 

 

Jimi Järvinen the heir of Kalevi Kiviniemi, plays a virtuoso and popular organ concert in The Church of the Cross. Saint Saëns – Rossini – Reubke. Inter alia, Jimi’s own arrangements of the overtures of G. Rossini’s operas La gazza ladra and Wilhelm Tell.

FROM HERE TO THE CONCERT >


 

Tampere-based vocal group Lumous and Fioretto Enseble, conducted by Debra Gomez-Tapio, perform renaissance music, especially songs from the Reformation.

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Wanhat Wasket concert from The Church of the Cross. Harri Lidsle and Nicolas Indermuhle perform brass music. Accompanied by Casper Lidsle: serpent, ophicleide and tuba, and Pauliina Hyry; organ.

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Ville Urponen performs an All-Bach programme in The Church of the Cross. The concert celebrates the 270th anniversary of the death of Johann Sebastian Bach – in the honor of the anniversary, J.S. Bach is the cornerstone of organ music. “Before Bach, there was nothing and after Bach, there was not much,” a cantor once declared.

FROM HERE TO THE CONCERT >