TelepART: Juho Myllylä with Ensemble Gamut! -group

Mar 11, 2022 | TelepART

12-14.3-2022

Juho Myllylä, based in the Netherlands, has received funding from the TelepART Mobility Support to be able to rehearse and perform in Finland with Ensemble Gamut! music group. Myllylä is a recorder player, guitarist, singer and songwriter. He studied recorders at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Jorge Isaac and graduated with a master’s degree in 2020. Myllylä is also the winner of the Nordic and Baltic EAR-ly 2016 music competition and the winner of the International Van Wassenaer Competition 2019. Juho Myllylä works – besides the Ensemble Gamut! – with the world-renowned renaissance recorder ensemble The Royal Wind Music since 2016. Besides recorder playing, he is the guitarist-singer-songwriter for the progressive alternative rock band Burntfield.

Ensemble Gamut! TRIO: Aino Peltomaa, Ilkka Heinonen & Juho Myllylä

Ensemble Gamut! is a vibrant ensemble in search of new ways to perform early music. Their debut album UT (Eclipse Music) released in 2020 was received with critical acclaim and continued to win the Early Music Achievement of the Year 2020 award of the Finnish Early Music Society. The album also ranked as one of the best progressive albums of 2020 by The Progressive Aspect and nominated as album of the year by the Finnish public broadcaster YLE. Ensemble Gamut! brings medieval music from the Benelux to Finland, presenting music from the famous Gruuthuuse Manuscript in Finland in their concert ”I left my heart in Bruges” at the Sastamala Gregoriana festival. Besides Finland and The Netherlands the group has performed in Germany and will debut in Belgium at the Musica Divina festival in 2023.

 

Performances

The program Lapsed caick laolacatt! combines the earliest surviving written and orally transmitted music from Finland (St. Henry’s rhymed office, Bridgettine chant, rune singing) with improvisation and electronics.

 

On Saturday, March, 12

Rovaniemi Church, 19:00

Free entrance

Yliopistonkatu 1, 96100 Rovaniemi, Finland

 

On Monday, March, 14

Café Barock, Kalliosali, 19:00

Pengerkatu 11, 00530 Helsinki

Tickets 10 / 15 EUR

All the income from the ticket sales to this concert will be donated in full to a charity in support of Ukraine.

 

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