Welcome to Musiikkitalo - The Helsinki Music Centre

Musiikkitalo is a concert venue and meeting place open to all. It is full of action from morning to evening. Welcome – come as you are!
A place full of action

Musiikkitalo, located in the heart of Helsinki, 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 Musiikkitalo - Black Box, Camerata, Organo, Sonore, and the Rehearsal Hall Paavo - and the Klubi Restaurant, all of which have different acoustics and uses.

During the season from September to May, Musiikkitalo hosts 70 to 100 concerts and other events every month.

The concert calendar has something for everybody: classical, folk, jazz, and pop music.

Summer is not a quiet time at the Musiikkitalo either: it is open throughout the year.

More than music

Everyone is welcome to spend time in the Musiikkitalo foyers, café, restaurant, Taidemyyntimö, and the Sibelius Academy Library even when they are not planning to attend one of the evening’s concerts.

Helsinki’s best classical music record store, Fuga Musiikki, is also located in the Centre.


The residents of the Musiikkitalo are the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, and the Sibelius Academy.

The premises can also be rented by outside event and concert organisers.

Welcome to the Helsinki Music Centre!

See also

Helsinki Music Centre, Verbal Map 1/3
The Helsinki Music Centre verbal maps 1 - 3 describe the key routes inside the Helsinki Music Centre.
Take Sibelius home -Musiikkitalo’s concerts are on the radio...
Jean Sibelius enjoyed listening to the radio. The Helsinki Music Centre’s high-quality concert broadcasts would certainly have pleased the maestro.
KUULE! (Listen!) The Musiikkitalo education project
The Musiikkitalo’s KUULE! education project provides new musical viewpoints. Participation and immersion lead to learning, experience, and creativity
Information on press tickets, recording permit policies, and Helsinki Music Centre’s image bank.