The Helsinki Festival crowns the summer with countless arts events. Best of all, much of it is free – here are our picks.
How did the Kuopio Dance Festival (June 13–19) become one of Europe’s longest-running, most popular dance events?
Meet top choreographer Jorma Elo and dancer Ilya Bolotov as the Finnish Ballet performs at Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre.
Tero Saarinen Company’s unique choreography is transporting audiences with performances in Europe, Asia and North America (article includes video clip).
Helsinki’s the focus of the circus world as the 6th Cirko Festival wows fans at the new Cirko Centre (see our slideshow).
Grand maître of Finnish dance Jorma Uotinen celebrated his 40-year dance and choreography career with a triple bill at the National Opera House.
The Finnish National Opera is thinking outside the box seats to buck the genre's elitist image and bring in new fans.