156 Kansallisooppera - Productions

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The Nose

The Nose by Gogol is a whimsical satire of the Russia of its time.


Pre-performance talks

Pre-performance talks present the background of the performance scheduled for the evening. The talks take place in Finnish and attendance is open to everyone.


The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera is a grand story of the power of art and the hunger for love. Andrew Lloyd Webber's devastating music has made it the most popular musical in the world. Its Finnish premiere is scheduled for autumn 2015.

Upcoming performance: Mon 14 Dec 2015 19:00 (sold)



A beautiful depiction of the conflict between religion and worldly love set in glowing colours.



Apocalyptica + fantasy + opera = Indigo.


The Magic Flute

This is a performance like none you have ever seen, opera or theatre. In this celebrated production created at the Komische Opera in Berlin, The Magic Flute is recast as a fantastic tale from the golden era of silent cinema. Premiere on February 26th, 2016.


The Rake's Progress

This masterpiece has been slow to return to the FNO, having been previously performed at the FNO 50 years ago. This new production will be directed by award-winning Russian director Dmitri Bertman.


Tristan and Isolde

This is a work that every culture lover has to experience at least once in their lifetime.


Thursday 10/10

Time and place Performance information
Thu 10/10 19:00
Main auditorium

Don Pasquale (2013)

Elderly bachelor Don Pasquale experiments with married life and learns a lesson he won't soon forget. Enjoy Donizetti's sunny music and delightful comic predicaments in a stylish new 1950s setting.

Thu 10/10 19:00
The Almi Hall

The Human Voice & The Bear (2013)

The Almi Hall hosts an evening of opera in a double bill featuring Francis Poulenc's La voix humaine (The Human Voice) and William Walton's The Bear.