• 20–30 June / Laeiszhalle

    : Martha Argerich Festival

    The great Martha Argerich can be experienced again in 2023 with musical companions and the Symphoniker Hamburg at her festival in the Laeiszhalle. Stars such as Mischa Maisky, Daniil Trifonov and Elena Bashkirova will be there.

  • 11–13 May

    : Schuberts string quartets

    An »encounter with a mysterious soul« is how the French Quatuor Modigliani feels about Franz Schubert's romantic music. In the Recital Hall, they present nine string quartets by the Viennese composer on three varied evenings.

  • 10 May

    : Set in scene

    For the first time, the American Modern Opera Company is guest at the Elbphilharmonie: together with dancers and star singer Julia Bullock, the musicians set the scene for Olivier Messiaen's unique and colourful song cycle »Harawi«.

  • 1 May

    : Cult singer from Peru

    At 78, Susana Baca is one of Peru's most popular singers and an icon of world music. With her band, she now presents her new album "Palabras Urgentes", which she dedicates to all those who fight for a better world.

  • 7 July

    : The comeback of Shakti

    A unique fusion between East and West: When jazz rock star John McLaughlin founded the band Shakti with top Indian musicians 50 years ago, it was a sensation. Now McLaughlin and his old companion Zakir Hussain are starting a comeback.

  • 7 June

    : Chanson Singer

    Her big spring tour through France is hopelessly sold out. With her tender, poetic chansons, the 26-year-old Pomme has caused quite a hype among our neighbours. Now she is coming to the Elbphilharmonie - and there are still tickets available.

  • 6 May

    : Organ Day

    A varied organ show for the Hamburg Port Anniversary: three top organists present the great Elbphilharmonie organ in all its facets and provide insights into the functions of this fascinating instrument.

  • 24 May

    : »Many Loves, One Voice«

    He is a regular guest at all the world's great operas, and now Bejun Mehta, »perhaps currently the most cultivated and musically convincing countertenor« (Opera News), invites us to an intimate recital of Beethoven's »An die ferne Geliebte«, among other w

  • 23 April / Laeiszhalle

    : Schumann Quartet

    The three brothers Mark, Erik and Ken Schumann not only have the same surname as the composer Robert Schumann – they also love to play his music. In the Laeiszhalle, they join forces with master pianist Anna Vinnitskaya.

  • 11 May / Laeiszhalle

    : Beethoven’s »Eroica«

    With Beethoven’s famous »Eroica«, Thomas Hengelbrock and his Balthasar Neumann Ensembles return to the Laeiszhalle. They pair the dramatic symphony with Luigi Cherubini’s emotionally subtle Requiem, which Beethoven himself loved very much.

  • 15 April / Laeiszhalle

    : »Teatime Classics«

    Afternoon music with coffee and cake: For the next »Teatime Classics« concert, violinist Javier Comesaña is coming to Hamburg. In his program, the young Spaniard combines varied works – from Prokofjew to Brahms.

  • 2 May / Laeiszhalle

    : The King’s Singers

    With their fabulous voices, varied programmes from Bach to the Beatles and their irresistible British charm, they have been fascinating audiences on church and concert stages worldwide for decades. Now they are back in the Laeiszhalle.

  • 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.

  • Concert stream for children

    : Sun, Moon and Strings

    Biscuit tins, rain jackets, paper boxes – there's music everywhere. With imagination and great joy, the musicians from Hamburg's Ensemble Resonanz invite us on a musical expedition. A concert stream for children from the age of 6.

  • Mediatheque

    : Really good music for children

    Children's songs that are so cool that parents secretly listen to them: six tips from the Elbphilharmonie team.

  • 30 May

    : Party in the Grand Hall

    The Orchester im Treppenhaus, »one of Europe’s most dazzling ensembles«, is famous for its captivating performances and can often be seen at major festivals. In the show »Disco«, it now presents an analogue set blending electro, dub and ambient.

28 April – 7 June 2023

Hamburg International Music Festival

Elbphilharmonie U30

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