Want to delve deeper into the world of our music? Experience, see, feel, listen, play, sing, dance and peek behind the scenes!

We care about our audiences

We want to offer you even more musical energy. Attend one of our final rehearsals, get into the concert mood with a little overture, meet the musicians and peek behind the scenes on social media!



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Live broadcasts

Learn how to listen to classical music!

Are you interested in classical music but need a little help to increase your listening experience? Join us on a musical journey!



The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra has once again invited an entire age group to be its godchildren, this time all babies born in Helsinki in 2012.


There is no charge for school, student and special groups to the final rehearsals of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra



The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra has invited music schools in Helsinki to perform in the main foyer of the Helsinki Music Centre before its concerts.

For teachers

The Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra provides services for the needs of special groups, offers groups content designed to enrich the concert experience, and develops pedagogical material to support concert events.


Each month the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra organises Meet the Artist events at which the evening’s conductor or soloist shares his or her views about the upcoming concert.


The KUULE! (LISTEN!) Helsinki Music Centre education project began as a collaboration between the University of the Arts Helsinki’s Sibelius Academy, Radio Symphony Orchestra, and Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra in 2011 when the Helsinki Music Centre opened.


Pro Filharmonia ry serves as a link between the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and its audiences and promotes the practice and awareness of classical music.

The Orchestra Academy of the Music Centre

The Orchestra Academy of the Music Centre is a collaboration scheme launched by the principal residents of the Music Centre in Helsinki – the Sibelius Academy of the University of the Arts Helsinki, the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra (FRSO) and the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra (HPO).