• 7 December / Laeiszhalle

    : Khatia Buniatishvili

    In her piano recital, star pianist Khatia Buniatishvili takes the audience on a winding journey through music history. With music ranging from François Couperin to Johann Sebastian Bach, and from Frédéric Chopin to Erik Satie.

  • 2/3 December

    : Clarinet on a world tour

    The innovative Swedish star clarinettist Martin Fröst presents a diverse programme with Carlos Miguel Prieto and the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra – with fantastic solos and dance-like orchestral works from Stravinsky to Copland.

  • 30 November

    : Daniel Harding & Isabelle Faust

    Pioneer of modernism: in their second guest concert, the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Daniel Harding are joined by the acclaimed Isabelle Faust for Schönberg’s Violin Concerto – a work that was regarded by many as unplayable.

  • 5 December

    : Bassoon Bliss

    A concert programme for solo bassoon – a first for the Elbphilharmonie! The young bassoonist Mathis Stier steps into the spotlight and performs a programme blending Baroque, electronic and jazz with ensemble reflektor.

  • 1 December

    : Daniil Trifonov

    Daniil Trifonov is master of a »unique range of tone colours«, which he conjures from the piano like a wizard. His concert with Sir Antonio Pappano and the Orchestra di Santa Cecilia is one of our end-of-year highlights.

  • 13 December

    : Vilde Frang / DDKB

    The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen is known for radically blowing the dust off popular works – and ranks among the world's best orchsetras. Now they visit Hamburg with Vilde Frang, Stravinsky's Violin Concerto and Haydn's famous »London Symphonies«.

  • 3 December

    : Epic songs from Korea

    With a powerful voice and accompanied by traditional zithers, singer Lee Narae narrates the dramatic story of a cursed woman – men keep dying around her. A fascinating glimpse into the world of pansori, Korean theatrical storytelling.

  • 11 December

    : António Zambujo

    Fado is known as a mirror to the Portuguese soul – the blues of the Iberian peninsula. With his warm voice, modern ideas and a good dose of emotion, António Zambujo takes his audience on a journey to this world of age-old music tradition.

  • 15 January

    : John Scofield

    As he approaches 70 years of age, the guitarist John Scofield is a true jazz icon: fans around the world love his crunchy sound. He now gives his debut in the Grand Hall as part of the festival celebrating the Elbphilharmonie’s fifth birthday.

  • 4 April / Laeiszhalle

    : Branford Marsalis Quartet

    Since more than 30 Years saxophone-legend Branford Marsalis is on the road with his quartet. With the present lineup around Joey Calderazzo (Piano), Eric Revis (Bass) and young drummer Justin Faulkner he comes to the Laeiszhalle.

  • 3 December / Laeiszhalle

    : Balthasar-Neumann-Chor

    The members of the Balthasar Neumann Choir come from all over Europe. That’s why they’ll be performing a festive »Christmas in Europe« programme under conductor Thomas Hengelbrock in the Laeiszhalle in December.

  • 15 December / Laeiszhalle

    : Elisabeth Leonskaja

    She is one of the greatest pianists of our age and has been an authority on Franz Schubert’s music for 50 years: Elisabeth Leonskaja now comes to the Laeiszhalle to perform Schubert’s two great piano trios – real milestones of the genre.

  • 13. Dezember / Laeiszhalle

    : Uri Caine Trio

    The music of jazz pianist Uri Caine oscillates between structure and free improvisation. The New York musician has worked with John Zorn, and deconstructed Bach and Mahler. In his trio, he combines swing and classical music with captivating dynamism.

  • Us in the city / Seminar

    : Creative Orchestra Lab

    What does Hamburg’s cultural future look like? How can we get different groups of people excited about music? Which strategies are other city districts pursuing? A seminar for creative and artistic group leaders.

  • Elbphilharmonie+

    : Accompanying programme

    From exhibitions and dance classes to film screenings: the Elbphilharmonie’s accompanying programme opens up new, often surprising perspectives on the music in the concert hall. Coupled to a concert, these events explore fascinating topics.

  • Discover Music

    : Children & Families

    Babys' and children's concerts for all age groups, music theatre for a young audience and imaginative concerts for the whole family – there is a wide range of events on offer for children and families in the Elbphilharmonie and the Laeiszhalle.

  • Video on Demand

    : Twinkle Concert Himmelblau

    Cast off all constraints, travel, be free: Backstage – the youth club of the Deutsches Schauspielhaus – and the Junge Norddeutsche Philharmonie perform a staged concert specially for young people aged 14 and up.

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