• 12 December

    : SWR Symphonie­orchester / Teodor Currentzis

    Teodor Currentzis is regarded as a radical and controversial interpreter, which is perhaps why he has enjoyed such a stellar career. He has commissioned four composers to complete Mahler’s unfinished 10th Symphony with their own tonal language.

  • 18 December / Laeiszhalle

    : Baroque Christmas season

    It doesn't always have to be the »Christmas Oratorio«: With his choir and orchestra, Thomas Hengelbrock shows that, in addition to Bach, jubilant baroque music by Vivaldi and the lesser-known Jan Dismas Zelenka can also musically enrich Advent.

  • 21 December

    : Goldberg Variations in a trio

    Three young top musicians, united in their love for Johann Sebastian Bach: Yamen Saadi and the siblings Sara and Pablo Ferrández present the famous Goldberg Variations by the baroque master, subtly arranged for violin, viola and cello.

  • 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.

  • 5 December

    : Trio Accanto

    Saxophone, drums and piano... This line-up is more familiar from jazz. The Trio Accanto shows how magnificent the »classical« music of our time sounds in this combination. With works by Rebecca Saunders, Beat Furrer and others.

  • 6 December

    : Julie Campiche Quartet

    With her quartet, jazz harpist Julie Campiche puts the big issues of the day to music: be it the search for identity or political questions – cast in jazz with electronic elements that effectively distort the harp like an electric guitar.

  • 7 December

    : Pianomania: Denis Kozhukhin

    Two great, weighty piano sonatas meet: the exceptional young talent Denis Kozhukhin first interprets Liszt’s B minor Sonata and then Schubert’s last Piano Sonata in B flat major – melodic arcs, light-footedness and keyboard thunder!

  • 16–24 March

    : Reflektor André Heller

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

  • 17 December / Laeiszhalle

    : Julia Hülsmann Quartet

    The quartet around jazz pianist Julia Hülsmann captivates with a sound that is at once delicate and yet powerful, minimalist and yet complex. »The next Door« presents original compositions with a deep respect for traditions as well as a modern twist.

  • 16 January / Laeiszhalle

    : Quatuor Arod

    It doesn't get more French than this: the award-winning Quatuor Arod as well as pianist Alexandre Tharaud come from France and have brought works from there with them. Dreamy Fauré meets a composed description by Debussy of the Paris World's Fair of 1889.

  • 17 February / Laeiszhalle

    : Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem

    Brahms would have preferred to call his Requiem »human« instead of »German«. And indeed, few works give such touching expression to the human struggle in the face of mortality – as if made for Thomas Hengelbrock and his ensembles.

  • 5 March / Laeiszhalle

    : 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.

  • 9 – 12 December

    : Klangzeit for everyone

    For everyone who wants to experience music in a casual setting: with its »Klangzeit« series, Ensemble Resonanz invites the audience to enjoy sounds in a laid-back atmosphere or to sing along with the whole family in the Elbphilharmonie and other venues.

  • News from Kopfhörer

    : Our future

    In the latest episode of Kopfhörer, Jonna, Benne and Emil (13 & 14) ask questions about their future: What do they want to change? What wishes do they have? A conversation about sustainability and development with with reference to the youth concert »Symp

  • Advance sale is open

    : 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.

  • Concerts & workshops

    : Children & Family Digital Programme

    Music videos for joining in, online workshops and children’s concerts – the Elbphilharmonie also has a programme for home.

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