Navy Band

Established in 1919, The Navy Band performs in the official events of the Finnish Navy and is located at the historical Heikkilä Garrison in Turku. In addition to performing in Turku, the navy musicians travel widely for concerts and performances in the regions of Southwest Finland, Satakunta and Ostrobothnia.

Senior Conductor

Lieutenant commander (Mus.) Petri Junna

Conductor

Lieutenant Sr. grade (Mus.) Tero Haikala

Concerts

CHAMBER MUSIC EVENING

Free entry
  • Wed 09.09.2020
    7 pm.
    Forssan työväentalo
  • Thu 10.09.2020
    7 pm.
    Villa Lande, Kemiö
  • Fri 11.09.2020
    7 pm.
    WAM Turku City Art Museum, Turku

Saana Iljin, piano
Toni Isokivi, trumpet
Johanna Lenander and Sari Vaittinen, flute
Heli Palomaa and Juho Tuominen, clarinet
Sanna-Mari Rissanen and Outi Tuohiniemi, French horn
Matti Laiho, tuba
Torsti Pirkkanen, trombone
Tomi Salo and Aki Riihimäki, percussions

The talented musicians of the Navy Band show of their skills with a wide repertoire.

SAXTRONAUTS

20€ / 15€ / 10€

Navy Band
Tero Haikala, conductor
Perttu Nurkka, saxophone
Saxophone quartet Saxtronauts

The audience will hear all the things you can do with a saxophone! Energy and magical moments are in store, as the soloists get carried away by virtuosic music. The programme includes Jukka Linkola’s saxophone concert interpreted by the Navy Band’s saxophonist Perttu Nurkka, and Spotlights by Thomas Doss with saxophone quartet Saxtronauts in the limelight.

NAVY ROCKS

27,50€ / 22,50€

Pete Parkkonen
Mikael Saari
Jennie Storbacka

We will rock you! This is your chance to hear the best rock music classics live.
The stage will be vibrant with rock and roll energy with Pete Parkkonen, Mikael Saari and Jennie Storbacka performing as vocalists; party atmosphere will be guaranteed with legendary hits for example by Van Halen, Queen, Guns N’ Roses and Bon Jovi.

FRESH WINDS, Turku

Tickets 20 / 15 / 10 €
  • Wed 10.03.2021
    7 pm
    Sigyn Hall, Turku

Navy Band
Petri Junna, conductor
Tero Haikala, conductor
Tuulia Ylönen, clarinet

Tuulia Ylönen, first clarinet of the Orchestra of the Finnish National Opera and Artistic Director of the Crusell weeks, will shine as the concert’s soloist. She will interpret a clarinet concerto by the English composer Martin Ellerby.
Avaus (Opening) by Janne Valtonen, an internationally renowned game music composer and arranger, will start the concert. Minna Leinonen’s new composition will have its premiere. Kathryn Salfelder’s Cathedrals will lead the audience to the atmospheres of great cathedrals and old church music, coloured with unique and exotic tones.