Sibelius Fest, Calumet Theatre, Calumet, MI
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12th annual Finlandia University Sibelius Academy Music Festival

Sunday, September 19, to Saturday, September 25

Link to the complete schedule of Sibelius Academy Festival events

PAJU, folk duoSunday, September 19, 2:30 p.m. CDT

1:00 p.m. - The performance will be preceded by a lunch hosted by the Estonian House. Tickets are $10 and will be available at the door prior to the lunch.

Performance:
PAJU, a folk duo (Pauliina Pajala: fiddle, viola, and nyckelharpa (a traditional Swedish string instrument; and Juulia Salonen: harmonium, wind instruments, flutes
Duo Aguirre & León, a contemporary music duo (Arantza Aguirre: accordion, and Ana León: clarinet)
Maria Aru and Liis Joamets, a classical music duo (Maria Aru: piano, and Liis Joamets: violin)
A meal will be served prior to the concert at 1:00 p.m.
Location: Estonian House, 14700 Estonian Ln., Riverwoods, IL
Tickets: $25, adults; $10 students and seniors; children under 12 years attend free; Finlandia University students attend free. Tickets are vailable online at TicketLeap.com, at North Wind Books, Hancock, and at the door prior to each performance.

Tuesday, September 21, 7:00 p.m. EDT

Performance: PAJU, a folk duo (Pauliina Pajala: fiddle, viola, and nyckelharpa (a traditional Swedish string instrument); and Juulia Salonen: harmonium, wind instruments, flutes)
Location: Finlandia University Finnish American Heritage Center, 435 Quincy St., Hancock, MI
Tickets: $10, adults; $5, students; Finlandia University students attend free. Tickets are available online at TicketLeap.com, at North Wind Books, Hancock, and at the door prior to each performance.

Duo Aguirre & LeonWednesday, September 22, 1:00 p.m. EDT

Performance: A free concert for Ishpeming-area public school music students
PAJU, a folk duo (Pauliina Pajala: fiddle, viola, and nyckelharpa (a traditional Swedish string instrument); and Juulia Salonen: harmonium, wind instruments, flutes)
Duo Aguirre & León, a contemporary music duo (Arantza Aguirre: accordion, and Ana León: clarinet)
Maria Aru and Liis Joamets, a classical music duo (Maria Aru: piano, and Liis Joamets: violin)
Location: Peterson Auditorium, 319 E. Division St., Ishpeming, MI
Tickets: $5 for community members. Tickets are available online at TicketLeap.com, at North Wind Books, Hancock, and at the door prior to each performance.

Maria Aru and Liis JoametsThursday, September 23, 7:00 p.m. EDT

Performance: Maria Aru and Liis Joamets, a classical music duo (Maria Aru, piano, and Liis Joamets, violin)
Location: Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 1000 Quincy St., Hancock, MI
Tickets: $10, adults; $5, students (Available online at TicketLeap.com, at North Wind Books, Hancock, and at the door prior to each performance)

Friday, September 24, 9:00 a.m. EDT

Performance: A free concert for Houghton County area public school music students
PAJU, a folk duo (Pauliina Pajala: fiddle, viola, and nyckelharpa (a traditional Swedish string instrument); and Juulia Salonen: harmonium, wind instruments, flutes)
Duo Aguirre & León, a contemporary music duo (Arantza Aguirre: accordion, and Ana León: clarinet)
Maria Aru and Liis Joamets, a classical music duo (Maria Aru: piano, and Liis Joamets: violin)
Location: Calumet Theatre, 340 6th St., Calumet, MI
Tickets: $5 for community members. Tickets are available online at TicketLeap.com, at North Wind Books, Hancock, and at the door prior to each performance.

Saturday, September 25, 7:00 p.m. EDT

Performance: PAJU, a folk duo (Pauliina Pajala: fiddle, viola, and nyckelharpa (a traditional Swedish string instrument); and Juulia Salonen: harmonium, wind instruments, flutes)
Duo Aguirre & León, a contemporary music duo (Arantza Aguirre: accordion, and Ana León: clarinet)
Maria Aru and Liis Joamets, a classical music duo (Maria Aru: piano, and Liis Joamets: violin)
Location: Calumet Theatre, 340 6th St., Calumet, MI
Tickets: $10, adults; $5, students; Finlandia University students attend free. Tickets are available through Calumet Theatre, online at TicketLeap.com, at North Wind Books, Hancock, and at the door prior to each performance.