Musiikkitalo’s Organo is designed especially for organ music. The hall has three different organ instruments.

The unique organ selection offers a chance to play diverse organ music. The hall also has excellent facilities for improvisation, teaching and concerts. Organo is also suitable for performing old music. The hall has movable chairs and room for 80–140 listeners.

The hall has three organ instruments: an Italian organ from ca. 1750, a Forster & Andrews organ from 1892 and a Verschueren organ from 1994.

The reverberation time is relatively long, and the hall is designed especially for an even spread of bass sounds. The wooden parts of the instruments and the delicate tuning set very strict guidelines for humidity and temperature. The hall temperature is maintained at about 19.5 degrees Celsius and the relative humidity at 50%.

Reserving Organo for events

Musiikkitalo (Helsinki Music Centre) administers the use and hire of the Musiikkitalo facilities. You can request an offer on the Musiikkitalo website.

Facilities and activities

Helsinki Music Centre
Töölö campus


Mannerheimintie 13a, 00100 Helsinki, Finland


Organo is located on the Helsinki Music Centre’s first floor, which is accessible via the Main Lobby by lift and stairs. The chairs are not attached to the floor so it’s easy to get to the hall in a wheelchair. There is an induction loop.

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