Timo Korhonen

18. March

20:00 / Kolarac Foundation Hall

Timo Korhonen

Finland / concert / masterclass

Timo Korhonen (1964, Finland) is one of the most versatile proponents on his instrument in the world.

He performed in more than 30 countries in the world and he appeared with orchestras under the most prominent Finnish conductors. Korhonen’s repertoire includes the entire core repertoire written for his instrument. He premiered more than 40 new works, and composers such as Magnus Lindberg, Leo Brouwer and Toshio Hosokawa have written works for him. Korhonen records regularly for the Ondine label.

His recordings have been acclaimed by critics and have received several awards including celebrated Cannes Classical Award 2003.



Toshio Hosokawa (1955-   ): Sakura, 2004, from Ancient Japanese Songs

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Partita E major, BWV 1006, 1720

  • Preludio
  • Loure
  • Gavotte en Rondeau 
  • Menuet 1&2
  • Bourree
  • Gigue

Arr. Timo Korhonen

Jean Sibelius (1865-1957): Four pieces arranged for Guitar, World Premiere

  • Souvenir op. 99 nr. 2
  • Fool's song of the spider op. 27 nr. 4
  • Spagnuolo, 1913
  • The sapin op 75 nr. 5

Arr. Timo Korhonen