The Anglo-Finnish Society

Cultural contacts
between Britain & Finland

The Anglo-Finnish Society is the oldest Finland related voluntary organisation in the UK. Non-political and non-profit making, the Society fosters cultural and social relations between these two countries and warmly welcomes anybody with an interest in Finland, its language, culture and the Finnish way of life.

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We organise on average 8-9 meetings or other events a year, most of them being illustrated talks and discussions at a variety of locations in London. Join us at our upcoming events!

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February 20, 2020

Talk by Edward Clark: Was Sibelius a Nationalist or a European Composer?

Edward Clark is the President of the UK Sibelius Society. By way of introduction to his talk he writes: “Sibelius was brought up in a backwater of Europe, a country called Finland, effectively the property of Russia. He died a national hero of a proud independent Finland and a composer of global significance. How did […]
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March 17, 2020

Annual General Meeting

Annual General Meeting
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February 7, 2020

Sakari Oramo conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra

Sakari Oramo conducts BBC SO
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