Estimated duration

1 h


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Students of classical music in Sibelius Junior Academy perform.

Further information: Päivi Koivula, 

Entry in the order of arrival as long as there are available places (Concert Hall 550 places). Entrance from 2:45 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and when the performer changes.

The Ground Foyer has unsurveilled coat racks for outdoor clothes and large bags, free of charge.

Matinees of the Sibelius junior academy at Sibelius Academy

The Sibelius junior academy’s student and chamber music matinees are a series of concerts by students of classical music in Sibelius junior academy. The aim of the junior academy is to introduce musically talented schoolchildren and young people to the scope of goal-oriented music teaching. Concert performers are from all around Finland.

Saturday concert programmes mainly consist of solo performances by young musicians. With their varying repertoires, they reflect both the high-quality competence of our junior academy students and our diverse range of instruments.

Chamber music and its study opens doors to a world where individuality and communality meet in the best possible way. Playing together develops, unites and enriches not only the musicians, but also the audience. In Sibelius junior academy, chamber music is mainly studied at weekend camps organised at the Kallio-Kuninkala training centre in Järvenpää, which culminate in Sunday concerts organised in Helsinki.

Mannerheimintie renovation project

Access to the Musiikkitalo from the direction of Mannerheimintie will be difficult. We recommend that you allow enough time for your arrival and use the entrance on the side of Kansalaistori if possible. According to current information, the entrance to Mannerheimintie will also remain in use throughout the renovation, but pedestrian routes can be challenging at times.

We recommend following the official information channels of the renovation project, where you can find the most up-to-date information.