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Tomas Djupsjöbacka started his musical training at the age of three in the Western Helsinki Music Institute. In 1997 he enrolled in the Sibelius Academy where he studied with Prof. Martti Rousi, Marko Ylönen, and Ralf Gothóni (chamber music). He also spent two years in Conservatoire de Lausanne studying with Patrick Demenga and received his Soloist Diploma with honors of the jury in 2003.

Since winning the second prize in the National Cello Competition held in Turku in 1998, Tomas Djupsjöbacka has performed as a soloist with orchestras in Finland as well as abroad. As a chamber musician Djupsjöbacka has performed at most of the Finnish music festivals.

Djupsjöbacka is a member of the string quartet Meta4, which has won international competitions in Moscow and Vienna and performs regularly in Europe and elsewhere. The ensemble is a quartet-in-residence at the Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival since 2009, was the artistic director of the Oulunsalo Music Festival 2008-2011 as well as the BBC Young Generation Artist in 2008-2010. Meta4 has released three albums with music by Haydn, Shostakovich and Kaija Saariaho, two of which have received international acclaim (e.g. Echo Prize 2010).

Djupsjöbacka is also a member of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. He is currently studing conducting at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, where he also teaches chamber music. Djupjsöbacka’s instrument is a rare Lorenzo Storioni cello made in 1780 in Cremona.

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