© Hannu Pohjannoro 2014-16
TAMK Tampere University of Applied Sciences
School of the Arts, Music and Media.
Senior Lecturer of Composition and Music Theory
Lecturer in charge of the composition option.
Subjects: composition, composition techniques,
orchestration, music analysis, thesis supervision.
Moods of Planet Z. (2015) Four different live music settings for the short film Planet Z, directed by Momoko Seto. In co-operation with Tampere Film Festival and Tampere Conservatory.
Kuvasta kuultavaa 2015 (Audible visions 2015). New compositions inspired by paintings by Marika Mäkelä. In co-operation with Sara Hildén Art Museum.
Bus nr 13. (2013-14) Exercices de style by Raymond Queneau composed for stage. Directed by Auvo Vihro. In co-operation with Tampere Biennale.
Expressions. (2012) The expressionists from the 1910’s revisited by student composers one century later. In co-operation with Sara Hildén Art Museum.
MAX Music. (2010) Music for MAX-MSP and live instruments. In co-operation with Tampere Biennale, as a part of the Electroacoustic Afternoon event.
Once in the Wonderful Month of May. (2009) The Book of Songs by Heinrich Heine revisited. Directed by Eriikka Magnusson. In co-operation with Tampere Centre for Practise as Research in Theatre.
Body&Percussion. (2009) New dance works inspired by the photos by A.R. Minkkinen. In co-operation with Tampere Conservatory.
Music for Strings. (2009) New works for student string orchestras for different grades. In co-operation with Tampere Conservatory.
Plugged-in-Acerbi. (2008) Electroacoustic stories based on an excerpt from Travels through Sweden, Finland and Lapland to the North Cape in the years 1798 and 1799 by Giuseppe Accerbi. In co-operation with Verona Conservatory and Tampere Biennale.
Photo © Hannu Pohjannoro.
PROCESS Vilnus 2012.
Napier University, Edinburgh, 2010.
Verona Conservatory 2007, 2008.
Part time teacher in composition and music theory:
Sibelius Academy 1992-93, 1997-2005,
Helsinki University, Dept. of Musicology 1994-98,
Espoo Music Institute 1996-2000,
Helsinki Conservatory 1992-93, 1994-95.