HKO Screen -app

HKO Screen -app brings the orchestra's streamed concerts to your smart devices.

HKO Screen mobile app

The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra'S HKO Screen mobile app provides mobile access to the orchestra’s concerts that are streamed online. The app allows users to watch and listen to concerts live online, return to concert recordings, listen to interviews with guest artists, and create their own playlists. At the moment, the app provides access to all of the orchestra’s concerts from the 2019-2020 season that have been streamed online, and more content is being added all the time. New concert recordings are published on the app as soon as possible after the live broadcast. The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra produces 12-14 live streams a year, 1-2 times a month.

The free app is available on Android and iOS mobile devices.

Android: Google Play

iOS: iPhone, iPad, AppleTV, App Store

Languages: Finnish, Swedish, English

The app selects the language automatically according to the language settings on the device.

Downloading and using the app is free of charge. At the launch of the app, all the content can be accessed free of charge and watched at least until the end of the spring 2020 season. More content is being added all the time.

 

Main functions:

Live steam: concerts can be watched live on the app

Archive: concert recordings, interviews and documentaries

Calendar: list of upcoming live streams and add events to your own calendar

Notifications: receive notifications of new content or when a live stream is beginning

Playlists: created by the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra

View concerts on TV: Chrome Cast / AirPlay / Apple TV support 

 

Creating an account:

Users can create an account for access to additional features. Creating an account is optional.

Search: find content using the name of the conductor, soloist, composer or piece

Sort videos by content: concerts, interviews, favourites

Favourites: add concerts to favourites and create playlists

Subscribe: order the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra’s newsletter