• 10 August - 1 September

    : Elbphilharmonie Sommer

    Summer, sun, music: the »Elbphilharmonie Summer« 2022 programme is jam-packed. With three major American orchestras, jazz pianist Jason Moran, the globally popular Sons of Kemet, and two film concerts.

  • 30 August

    : Season Opening

    No fewer than four American orchestras can be heard at the Elbphilharmonie in the 2022/23 season. The season is opened by the Philadelphia Orchestra, with a piece by Samuel Barber and otherwise only music by black composers.

  • 21 August

    : Jason Moran

    The American pianist Jason Moran has had a huge influence on modern jazz – with his improvisations, compositions and technique. He can play with breath-taking agility, but never falls into predictable patterns. He now gives a solo performance.

  • 17 August

    : Black to the future

    Jazz, hip-hop, Afrobeat: with brass sounds and several drums, the hip London band Sons of Kemet makes their audience dance. But the latest project of the troupe around saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings is also a strong political statement.

  • 31 August / 1 September

    : The Cleveland Orchestra

    The New York Times called the Cleveland Orchestra, which is performing twice in the Elbphilharmonie in August, »America’s most brilliant orchestra«. The programme features impressive works from Romanticism to the present – from Schubert to Wolfgang Rihm.

  • 10 - 13 September

    : Harbour Front Sounds

    Readings, live music and inspirational talks: the Harbour Front Sounds Festival presents great artists from the worlds of literature and music, among them Ferdinand von Schirach, Tupoka Ogette, Juri Andruchowytsch and Achim Reichel.

  • 11 September

    : Time travel with Vivaldi

    Astrophysicist and presenter: Harald Lesch is a key figure in contemporary science and its communication. In the Elbphilharmonie, he presents a fascinating lecture concert with Vienna’s Merlin Ensemble and Vivaldi’s »Four Seasons«.

  • 11 October

    : Organ power

    After being postponed twice due to the pandemic, this concert is now finally going ahead. With an impressive programme, Wayne Marshall harnesses the full force of the Grand Hall organ’s 4765 pipes.

  • Fokus Afrofuturism / Starting 17 August

    : Back to the future

    The future: technology, science fiction and... freedom. From August, jazz greats such as Ravi Coltrane, Theo Croker and the legendary Sun Ra Arkestra explore the future from the »Afrofuturism« perspective. With music ranging from meditative to danceable.

  • 4 September

    : Angel Bat Dawid & Tha Brothahood

    The Chicago-born multi-instrumentalist Angel Bat Dawid calls herself a »sonic archaeologist«, and draws inspiration from travels and music around the world. Her path now takes her and her band Tha Brothahood to Hamburg.

  • 12 September

    : Anger and Protest

    The musical spectrum of the six-times Grammy-nominated trumpeter and producer Chief Xian aTunde Adjuah extends from Mali to New Orleans. His music blends energetic jazz, hip-hop and electronic with the rhythms of old African traditions.

  • 29 October

    : Supergroup

    In 1994 they created a stir with the programme »MoodSwing«; now Brian Blade, Brad Mehldau, Joshua Redman and Christian McBride are back on stage together. The four jazz giants trade ideas like it's going out of style on their »Reunion«.

  • 31 August / Laeiszhalle

    : Maria João Pires

    She is an extraordinary pianist, an unrivalled Mozart expert – and rarely gives concerts: so we’re all the more excited that Maria João Pires is returning to the Laeiszhalle to perform one of Mozart’s piano concertos with the Basel Chamber Orchestra.

  • 11 September / Laeiszhalle

    : Female Empowerment

    These women never let anything get them down: Carolin Emcke and Anke Engelke read fierce, funny, shocking and inspiring texts about strong-willed women in literature. From the Brothers Grimm and Simone de Beauvoir to Jeanette Winterson.

  • 18 September / Laeiszhalle

    : Tetzlaff Quartett

    A large dose of Tetzlaff Quartett! The four members of this famous ensemble first perform individually as soloists with a chamber orchestra. Then, for the grand finale, they come together to play Arnold Schönberg’s rarely performed String Quartet No. 1.

  • 7 September / Laeiszhalle

    : Women who write music history

    The Kermani-Gentili duo makes it possible to enjoy works by talented female composers (again). On their musical journey through time, Kymia Kermani and Alba Gentili-Tedeschi perform pieces by brilliant Romanticists and amazing contemporary artists.

  • Take part

    : Love. est. 2023

    People from all over Hamburg get creative together in this community project. There are five workshops to choose from, ranging from body percussion to acting to songwriting – including a final concert in the Grand Hall.

  • Book now

    : For the whole family

    From 0 to 99: there is something for everyone at our workshops and entertaining concerts aimed at different age groups – not only at the Elbphilharmonie, but also in Hamburg’s city districts.

  • 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.

  • Podcast

    : Elbphilharmonie Kopfhörer

    What music suits a wolf? And how could a donkey sound like a woodpecker? In the current podcast episode, everything revolves around good animal music – with Frederick and Willem (9 years old).

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