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Cello duo Jaani Helander and Lukas Stasevskij play pop, rock and original soundtracks from games and movies.

Date 04.05.2024 19.00

VenueTampere Hall, Small Auditorium


Tickets 26 €
Pensioners 22 €
Students and children 15 €
Familyticket 60 € (2 adults + 2 children)

Cello duo Jaani Helander and Lukas Stasevskij play pop, rock and original soundtracks from games and movies on top of their own original compositions.

Cellomania is a duo consisting of top Finnish cellists Jaani Helander and Lukas Stasevskij, who play not only their own original compositions, but also covers of pop and rock songs, as well as original soundtracks from games and movies. The duo’s energetic performances have captured the imaginations of audiences since 2019, when the two friends from Sibelius Academy decided to test the limits of their cello skills by composing arrangements of their favourite pieces of music across all genres.

Over the course of just a few years, the project has expanded, and the duo will soon be joined at Tampere Hall’s Small Auditorium by Petteri Mäkiniemi, designer of the Ginette, and electronic musician Tuomas Ahva. With all four artists combining forces to bring us Helander’s composition Towards the New Horizon, audiences are in for a musical firework show and a unique experience that cannot be found anywhere else.

Concert length approximately 2 hours, including interval.

Details are subject to change.

Production by Tampere Hall

Courtyard by Marriott Tampere City, Visit Tampere Laura Vanzo
Kuva: Laura Vanzo, Visit Tampere

Complement your experience by staying under the same roof

The Courtyard Tampere City hotel, attached to Tampere Hall, offers the perfect experience. When you book accommodation for your visit through us, you get partner rates. The price includes breakfast and wifi. Welcome to enjoy yourself!

Photo: Laura Vanzo, Visit Tampere


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