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February sees Juho Pohjonen make a welcome return to the UK. He will first appear in recital at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on 24 February performing works by Grieg, Schumann and Sibelius. Pohjonen will then travel to Poole (27) and Exeter (28) performing Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4 to make his fourth visit with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, this time under James MacMillan.
In March, Pohjonen will again return to the US, making his debut at the Kennedy Center in Washington for the Fortas Series, Juho will perform works by Grieg, Nielsen, and Mozart as part of the Nordic Cool 2013 festival on the 12th.
He will then join forces once again with conductor Robert Spano on 19 March to perform Messiaen’s Des canyons aux étoiles... with Ensemble ACJW in Carnegie’s Zankel Hall.
After 3 seasons as CMS2 artist, Juho Pohjonen returns to Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center as regular season artist for concerts in Chicago’s Harris Theater on 5 April and New York’s Alice Tully Hall on 7 April.
This week Juho Pohjonen re-unites with Music Director Robert Spano for his return to the Atlanta Symphony to perform Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 5 on 10, 11 and 12 January at the Woodruff Center.
Juho will stay on the US to return to perform in the Rockefeller University Tri-Institutional Noon Recitals at the Caspary Auditorium, New York on 18 January followed by his first recital appearance for the Howland Chamber Music Circle in Beacon, NY on 20 January.