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Pacific Northwest Ballet | A Dark and Lonely Space

Kyle Davis, choreographer

Michael Giacchino, composer

Maria Männistö, soprano


November 8 and 10, 2018

McCaw Hall, Seattle


Seattle Modern Orchestra | Still Life After Death by Chinary Ung

Julia Tai, conductor

Maria Männistö, soprano

November 1, 2018

Chapel Performance Space, Seattle


Seattle Symphony | Kullervo by Jean Sibelius

Thomas Dausgaard, conductor

Maria Männistö, soprano

Benjamin Appl, baritone

May 31, June 2 and 3, 2018

Benaroya Hall, Seattle


Philharmonia Northwest | Leino Songs by Kaija Saariaho

Four Leino Songs are a setting of poems by one of Finland’s most important poets, Eino Leino. He was the most important developer of Finnish-language poetry at the turn of the 20th century, and in his works combined symbolism, mythic tradition and influences from Nietzsche with his own romantic concept of the poet as a truth-seeking visionary.


Julia Tai, conductor

Maria Männistö, soprano

November 4, 2017

Benaroya Hall


Seattle Symphony [untitled] 1 | Life Story by Thomas Adès

In a deliciously dark and smoky song, Thomas Adès breathes new life into the poetry of Tennessee Williams.

Maria Männistö, soprano

Eric Jacobs, bass clarinet

Angelique Poteat, bass clarinet

Travis Gore, bass

October 13, 2017

Benaroya Hall, Seattle (Grand Lobby)


Suomi-Seura: Suomi 100 Maailmalla | HÄMÄRÄ

by Maria Männistö and Benjamin Mosse (excerpts)

An imaginative and inspiring journey of self-discovery, HÄMÄRÄ questions how language, memory and myth shape our identity. This multimedia music theater piece celebrates heritage and the myriad perspectives embodied within each of us. 

Maria Männistö, soprano and composer

Benjamin Mosse, director

Hanna-Mari Zinovjev, piano

Ulla-Riikka Kuisma, cello

June 16, 2017

Musiikkitalo, Helsinki


Music Instrument Museum | Finland 100 Recital

Celebrating 100 years of Finnish independence with music by Sibelius, Kuula and more.

Maria Männistö, soprano

Hartmut Schulz, baritone

Margita Linde, piano

April 1, 2017 at 15.00

Music Instrument Museum, Brussels


Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura | HÄMÄRÄ

by Maria Männistö and Benjamin Mosse (excerpts)

The Finnish Literature Society and Suomi-Seura present a reading of HÄMÄRÄ, which examines how language contributes to identity construction. This reading is featured during Satakielikuukausi (Multilingual Month), an annual celebration of mother tongues, multilingualism, and language diversity.

Maria Männistö, soprano

Benjamin Mosse, director

Hanna-Mari Zinovjev, piano

March 17, 2017

SKS'n juhlasali, Helsinki

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The Fisher Ensemble | The Passion Trilogy

by Garrett Fisher

The Fisher Ensemble joins forces with the Women of the Loyola Marymount University Choruses for THE PASSION TRILOGY, an oratorio that mines tales of sacrifice, death and rebirth to reveal the power of faith in extraordinary adversity.

February 25, 2017

Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles

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