• 24 / 25 June

    : Víkingur Ólafsson: Goldberg-Variations

    The pianist presented J.S. Bach’s masterpiece in the Laeiszhalle at the start of the season. Almost a year later, after a world tour with the work, he returns to Hamburg and presents the Goldberg Variations again – also in a live stream (24 June).

  • 26 June

    : Sir András Schiff & Friends

    Making music with friends is the best thing! Pianist Sir András Schiff knows that, too and he has invited tenor Julian Prégardien, cellist Julia Hagen and many others to round off his residency. A chamber music festival with Schubert, Schumann and Brahms!

  • 5 September

    : Season Opening: All-Star Trio

    Three of the world's best: violinist Leonidas Kavakos, cellist Yo-Yo Ma and pianist Emanuel Ax celebrate the start of the season with classic hits by Beethoven. Besides piano trios, the three top stars present a trio arrangement of his First Symphony.

  • 21 August – 4 September

    : Elbphilharmonie Summer

    Summer, sun, beaches ... and the Elbphilharmonie! Whether symphony orchestra, jazz, pop or world music: at the end of August, the summer festival invites you to a colourful mix of concerts in the Grand Hall. A short trip that is always well worth it!

  • 21 August

    : Elbphilharmonie Summer: Czech Philharmonic

    Two audience favourites return to the Elbphilharmonie: Czech conductor Jakub Hrůša and British cello shooting star Sheku Kanneh-Mason. They have Dvořák’s celebrated cello concerto and Josef Suk’s »Asrael« Symphony in their bag.

  • 28 August

    : Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester / Ingo Metzmacher

    The members of this orchestra are among the best young international musicians. Under the direction of Ingo Metzmacher, they perform well-loved Beethoven overtures and Shostakovich’s monumental Eighth Symphony, among others, with youthful esprit.

  • 31 August

    : Makaya McCraven

    The German Jazz Award is just one of many honours that the American drummer Makaya McCraven has won. Now he is a guest with his band and »In These Times«, rousing, pulsating fusion jazz with borrowings from funk, R’n’B and hip hop.

  • 6 October

    : Hiromi’s Sonicwonder

    With good grooves, brand new sounds and, last but not least, incredible virtuosity: Grammy-winning Japanese jazz musician Hiromi presents her current successful project »Sonicwonderland« in the Grand Hall.

  • 8 October / Laeiszhalle

    : Carl-Philipp-Emanuel-Bach-Chor Hamburg

    The »Hallelujah« from Handel's oratorio »Messiah« gets under your skin like hardly any other work. The Hamburg CPE Bach Choir is now bringing the oratorio to the stage in the German version at the Laeiszhalle – with the »Hallelujah«, of course!

  • 23 October / Laeiszhalle

    : A top cast for Schubert

    An all-star ensemble kicks off the new season of chamber music at the Laeiszhalle: Isabelle Faust, Anne Katharina Schreiber, Antoine Tamestit, Christian Poltéra and Jean-Guihen Queyras present highly Romantic late works by Schubert.

  • 29 October / Laeiszhalle

    : Jazz Piano: Kris Davis

    This is the sound of tomorrow’s jazz: For the grand opening of the popular »Jazz Piano« series, New York pianist Kris Davis and her sensational band are coming to Hamburg – exciting fusion jazz that is not to be missed.

  • 17 June to 6 October 2024

    : Summer break Laeiszhalle

    No events will take place at the Laeiszhalle from 17 June to 6 October 2024. The box office in the Brahms Kontor opposite the Laeiszhalle is open as usual. If you would like to take a look at the programme from October, you will find it here.

  • 26 June

    : »Orchestra on Air« – Hits from 300 years

    Concert or radio show? The Orchester im Treppenhaus presents hits from baroque to tiktok with moderation including interviews, surveys and quizzes. What makes it special: Created by young people! After all, they know what »the youth of today« like.

  • Save the Concert!

    : Digital escape game

    Just a few hours to go until the concert of the year, but then suddenly it all goes wrong. Become a member of the Elbphilharmonie team and save the concert – complete with tricky puzzles and exciting backstage tours.

  • Season 2024/25

    : Become creative yourself

    Trumpet, bongo, synthesizer: in the workshops, the Elbphilharmonie's huge fund of instruments can be explored. Children and adults welcome! New to the programme: the keyboard instruments workshop.

  • Listen now (in German)

    : New Podcast: Elbphilharmonie Kopfhörer #29

    How do you actually plan a concert? This is what young people learnt and put into practice in the »How to Concert« workshop. The result can be heard at the youth concert on 26 June. In the podcast, they talk about their experiences and the programme.

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