Musiikkitalo.fi is reborn. We want to help you browse the enormous number of events at the Helsinki Music Centre more easily. The new Website was designed
The first version of the new Website is now at your service.
We want to offer our customers the easiest way ever to browse the most interesting events at Musiikkitalo - Helsinki Music Centre and serve them better online.
Hundreds of events
During the concert season, Helsinki Music Centre hosts 70 to 100 concerts and other events every month.
The new Website highlights our versatile range of events in more detail than before.
In addition to the traditional events calendar, we have added a “Recommended” section, which spotlights events for a limited budget, or which are available online or on the radio.
The Website’s user interface adapts to the users’ needs.
The more often you visit the site, the more accurate event recommendations you will get. Still, we want to surprise you every now and then by recommending something totally different!
The musiikkitalo.fi Website does not apply the traditional way of creating and browsing a Website.
The site can be browsed both vertically and horizontally, and the visitors can put together compilations of the items they have browsed and share them via social media or by email.
The new technology will help our audiences to find out and learn about their favourite contents and share them online.
Coming this spring
We will first collect information about user behaviour on the new Website. Based on this information, we will then upgrade the site's recommendation logic to provide an optimal user experience for visitors.
The site will also soon introduce 360 degree panoramic images of the Helsinki Music Centre halls. Fascinating stories and articles about the Centre and its events will be included on the site as well.
The new Website is like the best wines: it gets better with age.
We hope that you will enjoy the brand-new musiikkitalo.fi.
Valve personnel: Essi Raunamaa, Tuija Riekkinen, Jussi Niemi, Jussi Lindfors, Harri Virtanen, Heidi Kauhanen
Helsinki Music Centre:
Tel. +358 20 707 0404
Tel. +358 207 450 216
The Helsinki Music Centre is a concert venue and meeting place open to all. In addition to the 1,704-seat Concert Hall, intended for acoustic music, there are also five smaller halls in the Music Centre with different acoustics and uses.
Everyone is welcome to spend time in the Helsinki Music Centre foyers, café, restaurant, Taidemyyntimö art sale exhibition, and the Sibelius Academy Library even when they are not planning to attend one of the evening’s concerts.
The residents of the Helsinki Music Centre are the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, and the Sibelius Academy.
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