Celebrating Finland: Private home, Gulf Stream – Oct. 20

Pohjan Laulu, a 110-year-old all-male choir from a small town north of the Arctic Circle (Oulu, Finland), is visiting the United States as part of Finland’s 100th-anniversary celebration as an independent nation. The first local performance took place at the home of Robert and Anneli Ganger. The performance was sponsored by Kaarina Langeland, president of the Finlandia Foundation’s Florida chapter, and Anneli Ganger. The 33 choir members entertained about 50 local Finns with a repertoire of traditional Finnish music.  ABOVE: Pohjan Laulu singers flank Ganger and Langeland. Photo provided

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