The Seinäjoki Unit of Uniarts Helsinki operates in the centre of Seinäjoki in the Kalevan Navetta Art and Culture Centre. It was opened to the public in March 2020. It is also the home base for a range of other operators in the cultural sector, with whom we organise various events and activities. Seinäjoki is in the South Ostrobothnia region of Finland, about 300km from Helsinki.
Hugo Hall and Music Room Kammio
The Hugo Hall is the home concert hall of Uniarts Helsinki’s Seinäjoki Unit, located on the second floor of Kalevan Navetta. The hall has a capacity of about 200 seats, and it is suitable for both large concerts and smaller, more intimate gigs. We organise concert activities in the hall on a monthly basis. The hall is equipped with sound and lighting systems and a Steinway concert grand piano. The Hugo Hall is also rented out to the public. More detailed information is available via the link provided on this page after the introduction.
Kammio is a small music room on the first floor of Kalevan Navetta, and it can seat about 20 people. The space has been built inside an old heating centre. Most of the time, Kammio is used as a practice and recording space, but it can also serve as a venue for small-scale performances. There is a sound control room connected to the space, and it is equipped with sound and lighting systems.
Other facilities and activities
The Seinäjoki Unit of Uniarts Helsinki also organises concerts and performances in other venues in Seinäjoki and around the province. Short courses are organised in the Sibelius Academy’s facilities at the South Ostrobothnia Music Institute.
Music Room Kammio