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Summer concert: Tuomas Ruokonen Quartet on Fri 9th June at 5 pm at Musiikkitalo's terrace

Black and white image of four persons playing drums, bass, guitar and piano. Tuomas Ruokonen is at the front playing drums. Text: project Making space for artistry, Tuomas Ruokonen Quartet, Fri 9th June at 5 pm, Musiikkitalo's terrace.

The performers for the summer concerts organized by the project Making space for artistry - equity for disabled artists and artists who are Sign Language users and Musiikkitalo have been selected! Admission to the concerts is free. Musiikkitalo is accessible. In case of bad weather, the summer concerts will be moved indoors to Musiikkitalo’s restaurant. Warm welcome!

Tuomas Ruokonen Quartet

Friday June 9th at 5 pm

Tuomas Ruokonen Quartet is a band built around the compositions of drummer-composer Tuomas Ruokonen, whose music combines Nordic jazz with ethereal post-rock tones. The band released their debut EP RuOK? in January 2023.

Ruokonen, who is visually impaired and has just completed his master's studies in Holland, sees difference as an artistic strength and limitations as tools for creativity.

In the expression of the quartet, improvisation deepens the stories behind the songs, which stem from real-life observations. The summer concert at the Musiikkitalo is the first opportunity to hear the new RuOK? EP's music in Finland.


Tuomas Ruokonen, drums

Ville-Veikko Airaniemi, guitar

Oskari Siirtola, bass

Toomas Keski-Säntti, piano

The concert is supported by Culture for All’s project Making space for artistry, which is funded by the Kone Foundation. Tuomas Ruokonen Quartet was selected to perform the concert through an open call.

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