The main festival will launch the Finnish musical summer from 7 to 18 June 2022. In addition to the main festival, Naantali Music Festival will arrange two Winter Concerts at Naantali Church in February-March and the Arto Noras 80 years – On the Journey of the Maestro concert at Temppeliaukio Church in Helsinki in May. Get to know the upcoming concerts andour festival artists.

The Naantali Children’s Music Festival will be held from 9 to 12 June 2022. Read more…

The high-quality music camp Vallis Gratiae Academy will be held from 11 to 18 June 2022. Read more…

You can find out about the various concert packages here .

Buy your tickets at the ticket outlet. More information about tickets can be found here .

The winner of the Sibelius Violin Competition 2022, Inmo Yang visits Naantali together with Lahti Symphony Orchestra and conductor John Storgårds.

Finnish music was born in the forest. Finnish music was born in the forest. Jean Sibelius heard the echoes of both his great symphonies and his aphoristic piano pieces in birdsong and humming trees, and it was from nature’s mysterious seduction that the thrilling story of the Wood Nymph was born. For Outi Tarkiainen, inspired by the nature of Lapland, the forest provides a hiding place, a platform for spiritual growth and a home for ancient stories. Outi Tarkiainen is one of the fastest rising Finnish composers of her generation internationally.

Finnish blues queen Marjo Leinonen and saxophonist Jukka Perko and his PreBoppers band offer evergreen, heel-rocking jazz in the spirit of BIllie Holiday, accompanied by three-course dinner.

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