Aho, Kalevi

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Kalevi Aho

Biography

Born: March 9, 1949

Country: Forssa, Finland

Studies: Sibelius Academy

Teachers: Einojuhani Rautavaara

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Kalevi Aho is “Finland’s most significant living symphonic composer,” according to Kimmo Korhonen. Much of Aho’s symphonic output is the result of years of close collaboration with Sinfonia Lahti. Aho is a master of multiple genres who in the course of his career has gone from Shostakovich-tinted Neo-Classicism towards Modernism, Post-Modernism and free tonality, combining these in a highly original idiom. Besides being a prolific composer, he is an influential figure on the Finnish musical scene in many other ways too. [1]


Works for Percussion

Ennen yötä - Multiple Percussion, Double Bass
Sieidi - Concerto for Solo Percussion and Orchestra - Multiple Percussion, Orchestra

References

  1. https://core.musicfinland.fi/composers/kalevi-aho