Jean Sibelius White marble bust
Jean Sibelius (1865-1957) is considered to be one of Finland’s foremost composers. Sibelius composed seven symphonies and several orchestral works. Among his most famous works are “Finlandia”, “The Karelia Suite” and “Valse triste”. He visited Göteborgs orkesterförening (the Gothenburg Orchestra Society) as a conductor during the period that his friend Wilhelm Stenhammar was in charge of the orchestra.