Aug 4       Organ Concert  at Oulu Cathedral

July 26     Accordion and Organ Concert at Lakeuden Risti, Seinäjoki

July 15     Organ Concert at Bragernes Church

July 11     Organ Concert at Oslo Cathedral

July 8       Organ Concert at Oslo Tœnsberg Cathedral

July 1       Organ Concert at Inkoo Church

Jan 15      Poulenc Organ Concerto with Jyväskylä Sinfonia cond. Ville Matvejeff


July 11     Bach Concert on organ and accordion at Naantali Church

May 31    Improvisation concert with Sid Hille (piano) at the Temppeliaukio Church

May 29    Concert with works by Lauri Kilpiö at Temppeliaukio Church

May 7      Studio concert with Veli Kujala at International Klingenthal Accordion Week, world premiere of
Grand Duo by Joachim F.W. Schneider

Apr 6+7   Kauneimmat Requiemit 6.4. klo 18 Mikaelinkirkko Turku ja 7.4. klo 17 Laitilan kirkko

Mar 27    Sibelius Museum Turku, J. S. Bach:  J. S. Bach Das Wohltemperierte Klavier on accordion

Mar 8       Concert with Veli Kujala (qt acc), Auenkirche, Berlin, Germany

Mar 7       Contemporary Music with Veli Kujala, microtonal accordion, Kassel St. Martin Church, Release Concert of new CD Organ Music of the 21st Century

Feb 3        J. S. Bach: Das Wohltemperierte Klavier on accordion, Concert in Raisio


Nov 29    Concert at the Kotka Organ Week, music by J. S. Bach, Olli Virtaperko and Veli Kujala

Sep 7       Improvisation concert with Sid Hille (piano) at the Temppeliaukio Church

Aug 31    ImPro -concert with Taavi Oramo (clarinet, voice and electronics) and Veli Kujala at the Temppeliaukio Church

Aug 28    Premiere performance of concerto ‘Crux’ for organ and wind orchestra by Sid Hille at the Temppeliaukio Church (Helsinki) with the Guards’ Band cond. by Ville Matvejeff

Aug  22   Concert in Mänttä Organ Week, premiere performance of ‘Mäntä’ by Henri Sokka

July 6      Workshop on ‘Max Reger and Other influences on Finnish Organ Art’ at the AGO National Convention in Kansas City, USA

June 25   CD release concert of ‘Bach on Porthan Organ’ in Kallio Church (Helsinki), works by J.S. Bach and Widor