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    : 2021/22 Subscriptions

    Orchestras, chamber music, jazz, world music and song recitals: the Elbphilharmmonie and Laeiszhalle subscriptions offer something for everyone and can be ordered now.

  • 19 June

    : Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra

    To mark the German-Jewish anniversary year »1700 years of Jewish life in Germany«, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra is touring Germany – and will be stopping by in Hamburg. Featuring pianist Elisabeth Leonskaja and music by Beethoven and Stravinsky.

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    : Elbphilharmonie Summer

    The recent weather confirms it – summer’s just around the corner! And that is something you can look forward to this year: for five weeks, Elbphilharmonie Summer offers a packed programme of top-class concerts in a relaxed atmosphere.

  • From 14 June

    : Guided Tours

    Insights into the concert hall – public and private guided tours are a great way to find out more about the Elbphilharmonie’s architecture and acoustics. New dates from 14 June onwards can be booked now.

  • Subscription

    : String Quartet

    Chamber music’s supreme discipline: once again this season, several popular string quartets are coming to the Elbphilharmonie. We welcome back the Bennewitz Quartet and the Gringolts Quartet, while the Castalian String Quartet makes its debut.

  • Subscription

    : Jazz Piano

    Something to get jazz fans excited about: the popular »Jazz Piano« series brings distinguished jazz trios and one duo to Hamburg once again this season. Featuring Jacky Terrasson, Uri Caine and the legendary bassist John Patitucci.

  • Subscription

    : Kammermusik in der Laeiszhalle

    Höchste Kunst im intimen Rahmen – in den Kammermusikkonzerten in der Laeiszhalle finden sich Stars wie die Pianistin Elisabeth Leonskaja, der innovative Klarinettist Martin Fröst und gefeierte Streichquartette zu kongenialen Formationen zusammen.

  • 2021/22 Season

    : Teodor Currentzis

    Mitreißend anders: Wie kaum einer mischt Teodor Currentzis mit seinem Ensemble musicAeterna derzeit die internationale Musikwelt auf. Nach Hamburg kehrt der Publikumsliebling mit einer Uraufführung und Schostakowitschs monumentaler 4. Sinfonie zurück.

  • Book from 15 June

    : Twinkle Concerts 2021/22

    First-class music theatre productions from all over Europe invite children of all ages to discover the world of music. The musical spectrum includes everything from Baroque to pop, while the stories range from the thoughtful to the humorous.

  • Register from 15 June

    : Family Orchestra

    Attention string and wind players: the Family Orchestra is looking for new members. The only requirement is that you love playing and enjoy a sense of community with your extended musical family. Rehearsals are always on Tuesdays.

  • 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.

  • Book from 15 June

    : Elbphilharmonie in the City

    Our popular Twinkle Concerts for children, and our »Distant Sounds« series for people with dementia and their families, can be experienced in a number of Hamburg districts, in addition to the Elbphilharmonie.

  • 14/15 June

    : Martin Grubinger & Friends

    Explosive and excessive – the term multi-percussionist was coined specially for Martin Grubinger. »It’s like watching an action film,« wrote Der Spiegel. Grubinger now returns to Hamburg with virtuosic beats.

  • 19–30 June

    : Martha Argerich Festival

    Shortly after her 80th birthday, the great Martha Argerich will be performing twelve nights in a row in the Laeiszhalle as part of her own festival. Stars such as Anne-Sophie Mutter, Daniel Barenboim and Cecilia Bartoli join the celebrations.

  • 29 June

    : Iveta Apkalna

    Over 250 years of music history separate Baroque and minimal music. Yet in her organ recital, titular organist Iveta Apkalna shows how Johann Sebastian Bach and Philip Glass can be seen as kindred spirits.

  • 27 July

    : Bill Frisell Trio

    »My own true voice is the guitar,« says Bill Frisell about his playing. At the Elbphilharmonie Summer, the master of the subtle notes presents a programme featuring works from his trio’s debut album »Valentine« released in 2020.

  • 24 August

    : Gaye Su Akyol

    »Turkish rock music’s biggest hope« is what the New York Times called Gaye Su Akyol, whose cosmopolitan sound is a blend of Middle Eastern folk music, post-punk, grunge and psychedelic surf-rock. She now comes to the Elbphilharmonie with her band.

  • 29 August

    : Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester

    Es ist bereits das dritte Gastspiel des Gustav Mahler Jugendorchesters beim Elbphilharmonie Sommer: Gemeinsam mit Starbariton Matthias Goerne bestreiten die jungen Musiker unter Leitung von Manfred Honeck in diesem Jahr sogar das Abschlusskonzert.

  • Elbphilharmonie Session

    : Elbtonal Percussion

    They’ve got their sticks ready and are raring to go: Elbtonal Percussion is making the best of the hard lockdown and heading to the Elbphilharmonie – with (almost) boundless possibilities!

Good to know

Visiting in the Age of Corona

Purchasing Tickets

Advance ticket sales dates, new hall plans, tickets on order

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