From 29 February to 2 March, there will be a public transport strike in Hamburg, affecting underground trains and buses. Plan enough time for your journey.

  • 13 – 15 March

    : Luigi Nono zum 100. Geburtstag

    The musical visionary Luigi Nono would have turned 100 this year. The NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra, the Quatuor Diotima and the SWR Experimentalstudio, with whom he once worked closely, are honouring him in three concerts.

  • 16–24 March

    : Reflektor André Heller

    Creative mastermind André Heller curates a week of amazement at the Elbphilharmonie – artists such as Jimmy Webb, Camilla Nylund, Angélique Kidjo and other guests from all over the world create unexpected synergies.

  • 19 March

    : Jewish Music Night

    Three ensembles from three parts of the world, united by a passion for traditional Jewish music, come together in concert. Spiritual singing meets catchy rhythms and great tradition is taken further with a modern interpretation.

  • 29 March

    : Good Friday Concert

    Deeply moving choir music in the Grand Hall: on Good Friday, the legendary British vocal ensemble Tenebrae will go on a moving sound journey along the Camino de Santiago with Joby Talbot's a-cappella work »Path of Miracles«.

  • 26 April – 2 June 2024

    : Hamburg International Music Festival

    »War and Peace« is the motto of the Hamburg International Music Festival 2024, with Hamburg’s orchestras and top-class international guests once again putting together a varied programme over five weeks for the glittering season finale.

  • 15 March

    : ePhil: Rosaceae

    The multimedia artist Rosaceae creates multi-layered collages of sounds and images. Elements of noise, ambient and techno combine with the voice of Simav Hussein in »A Piece of the Storm« and make the unspeakable audible.

  • 25 April

    : Ensemble Resonanz: Berlioz & Brahms

    Today they are classics; during their lifetime, they caused a sensation by breaking with tradition: Johannes Brahms and Hector Berlioz sound as fresh and unconventional when played by Ensemble Resonanz as if they had only just composed their great music.

  • 4 May

    : Three Religions – one Music

    What unites the great world religions? Fascinating singing that has been inextricably linked to the traditions of Islam, Judaism and Christianity for thousands of years. Three singers present this musical adventure through the Mediterranean region.

  • 5 March / Laeiszhalle

    : Jazz Piano: Christian Sands

    Having learned from jazz ambassadors like Billy Taylor, the New York pianist is well on his way to becoming one himself. His music combines powerful swinging tempo with technical finesse. To be experienced in the company of his great trio.

  • March & April / Laeiszhalle

    : Teatime Classics

    The popular »Teatime« series can be experienced two more times this season: Young chamber music ensembles present themselves in the Recital Hall, before which the audience can enjoy coffee, tea and cake. The perfect Saturday afternoon!

  • 9 April / Laeiszhalle

    : Amandine Beyer / Marco Ceccato / Kristian Bezuidenhout

    Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy loved the lied genre so much that he even wrote »songs without words« for instruments only. Here they shine with violin, cello and fortepiano together with a trio by the composer in the original historical sound.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • For schools / from 9th grade

    : Elbphilharmonie Soundtracker

    Creative, flexible and unforgettable: the Elbphilharmonie Soundtracker brings a very special project to schools. On four dates, school pupils create their own work and learn all the basics about rhythm, improvisation and much more.

  • News from Kopfhörer

    : Women's power

    Honking cars, ringtones or scanning noises at the supermarket checkout – we are surrounded by many noises in everyday life. Alex, Amazing and Yurii talk to foley artist Simone Nowick about the meaning of sounds.

26 April – 2 June 2024

Hamburg International Music Festival

The Art of Music Education

International Symposium from 28 February to 1 March

Not only classical music

Discover jazz, world, pop & electronic concerts

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