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    : Elbphilharmonie Summer

    For five weeks, Elbphilharmonie Summer offers a packed programme of top-class concerts in a relaxed atmosphere.

  • 31 July

    : Katia & Marielle Labèque

    »The Labèque sisters are tremendous«, says the legendary minimal composer Philip Glass. Pianists Katia and Marielle Labèque now present his opera »Les Enfants Terribles« in a version for two pianos. Magical!

  • 27 July

    : Bill Frisell Trio

    »My own true voice is the guitar,« says Bill Frisell about his playing. At the Elbphilharmonie Summer, the master of the subtle notes presents a programme featuring works from his trio’s debut album »Valentine« released in 2020.

  • 29 October

    : Patricia Kopatchinskaja & Sol Gabetta

    The master of nuance and a force of nature: when Sol Gabetta and Patricia Kopatchinskaja make music together, contrasting worlds converge. In the Elbphilharmonie, the elite artists present an exciting programme that ranges from Baroque to contemporary mus

  • 6 – 10 October

    : Reflektor Max Richter

    The whole Elbphilharmonie is his playground: together with his partner Yulia Mahr, composer Max Richter curates a weekend of video and music, his own works and fantastic guests like Nina Hoss and Ensemble Resonanz.

  • Serie

    : Jazz Trumpet

    Five-star jazz times five in the Recital Hall! Five very different band leaders showcase the versatility and potential of the jazz trumpet – from the young British musician Laura Jurd to the jazz legend Enrico Rava.

  • 23 October

    : Federico Colli

    Federico Colli is one of the most successful young pianists around: he has swept the board at the Mozart Competition in Salzburg and at the Leeds Piano Competition. For the »Pianomania« series, he returns to the Elbe with music by Handel and Fazil Say.

  • Serie

    : Young Artists

    We present ... the stars of tomorrow! Exciting young artists show what the future has in store at the annual »Rising Stars« Festival, at the popular »Teatime Classics« events in the Brahms Foyer and as part of the new »Autumn Debuts«.

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    : Chor zur Welt

    Bridging distance with music – the members of the multicultural vocal ensemble send a musical greeting to the world.

  • 23 October & 20 November

    : NDR Family Concerts

    Tickets are available now for the popular NDR family concerts for children aged 6+: Winnie-the-Pooh experiences wild adventures with his friends. And there’s lots of fun and laughter in »Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo«: with tongue twisters and popular earworms.

  • Violins, oboes and trumpets wanted

    : Audience Orchestra

    In the Audience Orchestra, 90 dedicated amateur musicians come together to rehearse at a high level and give concerts in the Elbphilharmonie Grand Hall. The deadline for registering your interest in joining is 1 August.

  • 2021/22 Season

    : Elbphilharmonie in the City

    Our popular Twinkle Concerts for children, and our »Distant Sounds« series for people with dementia and their families, can be experienced in a number of Hamburg districts, in addition to the Elbphilharmonie.

  • Elbphilharmonie Summer

    : World

    Yearning to travel the world? Let Elbphilharmonie Summer take you on a journey, with top-quality Turkish pop, cool Italian dance hits and the Brazilian guitar legend Caetano Veloso.

  • 29 August

    : Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester

    This is already the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra’s third guest performance at Elbphilharmonie Summer: together with the star baritone Matthias Goerne, the young musicians will be giving the closing concert this year under conductor Manfred Honeck.

  • 12 August

    : Dirty Projectors / stargaze

    Mahler and black music, indie-pop and Bach: Dave Longstreth, composer and front man of the Dirty Projectors, blends music styles in new and unexpected ways. Together with the stargaze ensemble, this time he’s looking at the big picture – the earth.

  • 15 August

    : Film concert with Pipe Organ

    As the organist at St. Michael’s Church, Manuel Gera was a key figure in Hamburg’s musical life for two decades. He now plays the music to Fritz Lang’s highly expressive silent-film masterpiece »Destiny« live on the magnificent Elbphilharmonie organ.

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