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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!
Get to know Helsinki Music Centre
Musiikkitalo - Helsinki Music Centre offers public and private tours. School tours are provided free of charge.
Musiikkitalo - a short history
The story of Musiikkitalo - the Helsinki Music Centre - began in the early 1990´s. Inaugural concert was held 31st of August 2011.
a mezza voce" - architectural design of the Helsinki Mu...
The Helsinki Music Centre walls speak in an undertone, leaving space for music. Openness, encounters and interaction are the key concepts in the architect
KUULE! (Listen!) Helsinki Music Centre education project
Helsinki Music Centre’s KUULE! education project provides new musical viewpoints. Participation and immersion lead to learning, experience, and creativity
Families at the Helsinki Music Centre
The Centre is well suited for families with children. A spacious café, baby changing facilities, and children’s concerts make visiting the Centre easy.
Art at Helsinki Music Centre
Reijo Hukkanen’s Laulupuut, Kirsi Kaulanen’s Gaia and Antti Immonen’s Black Smoke – sculptures greet visitors at Helsinki Music Centre.
Tervetuloa Musiikkitaloon – selkokielinen esittely
Papunet on tuottanut Musiikki kuuluu kaikille -hankkeessa selkokielisen esitteen, jossa esitellään Helsingin Musiikkitalon tiloja ja toimintaa.

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Tervetuloa Musiikkitaloon – selkokielinen esittely
Papunet on tuottanut Musiikki kuuluu kaikille -hankkeessa selkokielisen esitteen, jossa esitellään Helsingin Musiikkitalon tiloja ja toimintaa.
Orchestra Academy of the Music Centre
The Orchestra Academy of the Music Centre is a collaboration scheme.
Photography permits
The Helsinki Music Centre requires all commercial photographers to apply for a permit. Photographing or recording concerts is not allowed.
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.
Helsinki Music Centre Verbal Map 3/3
The Helsinki Music Centre verbal maps 1 - 3 describe the key routes inside the Helsinki Music Centre.
Helsinki Music Centre Verbal Map 2/3
The Helsinki Music Centre verbal maps 1 - 3 describe the key routes inside the Helsinki Music Centre.
Helsinki Music Centre, Verbal Map 1/3
The Helsinki Music Centre verbal maps 1 - 3 describe the key routes inside the Helsinki Music Centre.
Light creates the event’s atmosphere
Let there be light! Good lighting not only helps the audience see; it can also create unforgettable experiences. Lighting is worth the investment.
Sibelius150 and hundreds more musical stories
In 2015 we celebrate Finnish master composer Jean Sibelius. The anniversary’s events can be found in the event calendar with the keyword Sibelius150.
Musiikkitalo gift voucher
Haven’t found a gift yet? Find the perfect gift this Christmas by going to Musiikkitalo.
School students at Helsinki Music Centre
The Concert Hall’s stage is Finland’s largest drum – The Helsinki Music Centre welcomes schools and students to attend tours and concerts!
First time at a Musiikkitalo concert?
I’d like to go, but I am worried about the etiquette. Don’t worry! We have answers for your FAQ and feedback.
Concert Hall, a musical vineyard
The Concert Hall was designed by the architects and acoustician Yasuhisa Toyota. In this collaboration, architectural and acoustic solutions came together.
Accessibility
Musiikkitalo has no thresholds and provides visitor lifts. The tactile signs help blind or partially sighted visitors move around the building.
Arrival
The Helsinki Music Centre is located in central Helsinki, opposite Parliament House and can be reached by public transportation.
Get to know Helsinki Music Centre
Musiikkitalo - Helsinki Music Centre offers public and private tours. School tours are provided free of charge.
Intermission catering
Order concert intermission catering in advance and enjoy readily served delicacies especially designed for the Helsinki Music Centre.
Your company event
A well-planned and well-executed customer event is the best way to promote your company. Helsinki Music Centre provides impressive premises for your event.
A memorable concert
Everything sounds better at Helsinki Music Centre! The Centre boasts top-quality concert halls, and staff will help you arrange a fabulous concert.
KUULE! (Listen!) Helsinki Music Centre education project
Helsinki Music Centre’s KUULE! education project provides new musical viewpoints. Participation and immersion lead to learning, experience, and creativity
Media
Information on press tickets, recording permit policies, and Helsinki Music Centre’s image bank.
a mezza voce" - architectural design of the Helsinki Mu...
The Helsinki Music Centre walls speak in an undertone, leaving space for music. Openness, encounters and interaction are the key concepts in the architect
Musiikkitalo - a short history
The story of Musiikkitalo - the Helsinki Music Centre - began in the early 1990´s. Inaugural concert was held 31st of August 2011.
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!
Families at the Helsinki Music Centre
The Centre is well suited for families with children. A spacious café, baby changing facilities, and children’s concerts make visiting the Centre easy.
Yle broadcasts the FRSO’s concerts to all Finns
Yle broadcasts Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra’s concerts via radio, television, and the internet to Finland and the world
Art at Helsinki Music Centre
Reijo Hukkanen’s Laulupuut, Kirsi Kaulanen’s Gaia and Antti Immonen’s Black Smoke – sculptures greet visitors at Helsinki Music Centre.