• 22/23 September

    : Reeperbahn Festival

    Not only the clubs of St. Pauli become locations for the Reeperbahn Festival – the Elbphilharmonie is also part of it! Four exciting acts will make the Great Hall vibrate with indie pop, synth sounds and psychedelic soul.

  • 25 September

    : Fred Hersch & Enrico Rava

    »The Song Is You« –the title of the joint album and concert by Fred Hersch and Enrico Rava reveals what the jazz masters are really about: musical stories that only come to life through their own imagination. In them and the audience.

  • 27 September

    : Les Siècles / François-Xavier Roth

    Unusual programs are François-Xavier Roth's specialty. He combines works by György Ligeti and Mozart also on his second Elphi evening with the orchestra »Les Siècles« and two great soloists.

  • 21/22 October

    : Open Days

    Exciting glimpses behind the scenes: For one weekend, the Elbphilharmonie opens its doors in front of and behind the stage. Included are technology shows, music and short tours through the backstage areas – plus a fantastic view over Hamburg!

  • 9 October

    : Song Recital: Lucile Richardot

    Mezzo-soprano Lucile Richardot and pianist Anne de Fornel take their audience into longing, dreamy song worlds, introducing what is arguably the most brilliant sister duo in the world of music: Nadia and Lili Boulanger.

  • 28 September

    : Lucrecia Dalt

    Electropop with Latin American rhythms: Colombian sound artist Lucrecia Dalt presents her new sci-fi concept album »¡Ay!« in which an alien deals with life on earth and creates atmospheric sound worlds.

  • 15 October

    : Pierre-Laurent Aimard

    He is one of the most fascinating composers of our time: the 97-year-old György Kurtág, to whom the Elbphilharmonie is dedicating a spotlight. His friend and pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard juxtaposes miniatures by the Hungarian with dances by Schubert.

  • 16 October

    : Randall Goosby

    Randall Goosby has long played on the big stages in the US, and now the 27-year-old is heading for Europe. In addition to works by the American composer Florence B. Price, he also interprets the only violin sonata by Richard Strauss.

  • 28 September / Laeiszhalle

    : Virtuosic Baroque Arias

    With his own ensemble, Belgian haute-contre Reinoud Van Mechelen celebrates his long-awaited debut at the Laeiszhalle. For this, the successful tenor with his stunning high notes comes with excerpts from operas by Jean-Philippe Rameau.

  • 8 October / Laeiszhalle

    : Symphoniker Hamburg

    With his Eighth Symphony, Dmitri Shostakovich turned against hatred and violence during the Second World War. The Hamburg Symphony Orchestra now combines this rarely performed work with the heavenly-beautiful Violin Concerto by Jean Sibelius.

  • 8 November / Laeiszhalle

    : Tabea Zimmermann / Ensemble Resonanz

    Led by world-class violist Tabea Zimmermann, Ensemble Resonanz demonstrates the mutability of a string orchestra. At the centre: the spirited Octet by the Romanian composer George Enescu.

  • 10 November / Laeiszhalle

    : Brian Marsella Trio

    The pianist Brian Marsella is deeply rooted in the New York jazz scene and is considered one of the best in his field. With his trio, he plays in the »Jazz Piano« series at the Laeiszhalle and brings the flair of the Big Apple to Hamburg.

  • 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.

  • 7 & 8 October

    : »Tubalirum«

    Violin and tuba – what an unusual combination! In »Tubalirum«, the two instruments get to know each other, discover their respective strengths, and establish a harmonious relationship. For children aged 6+.

  • 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

    : Concert: How does that go?

    How do people behave in concert? And how could you switch the whole place up a bit? In the current episode, nine-year-old students Ada and Jonna talk to Sareom Park, cellist with Ensemble Resonanz.

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