• 4-8 November

    : Reflektor Anoushka Shankar

    At the »Reflektor«, Anoushka Shankar chooses the programme in the Elbphilharmonie over the space of five days. The programme ranges from Indo-jazz fusion, classical Ragas, workshops and lectures.

  • 26 October

    : The Fairy Queen

    The English historic-performance ensemble Solomon’s Knot transports us to the fantasy world of Henry Purcell's »The Fairy Queen« – the incidental music to Shakespeare's »A Midsummer Night's Dream«.

  • 25 October

    : hr-Sinfonieorchester / Andrés Orozco-Estrada

    The orchestral roar and the melodiousness of song: for its guest performance in Hamburg with chief conductor Andrés Orozco-Estrada and tenor Christian Elsner, the hr-Sinfonieorchester has Schubert songs and Dvořák’s Eighth on the programme.

  • 25 October

    : Symphoniker Hamburg

    Scintillating sounds and revolutionary ideals – Beethoven's music combines both. His second piano concert and Schubert's fifth Symphony can now be heard with the Symphoniker Hamburg and Nicolas Angelich under the baton of Sylvain Cambreling.

  • 28 October

    : Claire Huangci

    Just a few weeks ago Claire Huangci was streamed on to the forecourt as part of the Elbphilharmonie-Konzertkino, and now she can finally welcome the audience to the concert hall again. The programme features Bach, Schubert and John Corigliano.

  • 2 November

    : Wayne Marshall / Orgel

    With its wide variety of timbre, the organ is the perfect instrument for wonderful virtuoso improvisation. Organist Wayne Marshall offers proof of this as he moves between classical and jazz, with a »Homage to Lenny« and works by Marcel Dupré.

  • 3 November

    : Musikalische Freunde

    »Chamber music is the centre of all music«, says cellist Nicolas Altstaedt. In the all-star quartet with Vilde Frang, Lawrence Power und Herbert Schuch he shows what magic musical moments this intimate genre has to offer.

  • 6 November

    : Sarathy Korwar

    The percussionist and tabla player Sarathy Kowar works on the boundaries between jazz, hip-hop and funk. Together with his ensemble UPAJ Collective he presents Indian music in a global light.

  • 7 November

    : Tribute to Ravi Shankar

    Ravi Shankar was one of India’s most famous musicians and would have celebrated his 100th birthday in 2020. His daughter Anoushka Shankar now pays tribute to the sitar virtuoso, composer and cultural ambassador with a concert in the Elbphilharmonie.

  • 19 November / Change of artist

    : Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla

    In a change to the programme, the charismatic conductor is giving a guest performance in Hamburg with the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen: unfortunately, the City of Birmingham Orchestra was unable to travel.

  • 29 November

    : Avishai Cohen

    The bassist Avishai Cohen, grand master of the Israeli jazz scene, is coming to Hamburg. He has been filling concert halls around the world with his music for years. And he now returns to the Elbphilharmonie with his new album »Arvoles«.

  • Concerts & Workshops

    : Children & Familiy Digital Programme

    Music videos for joining in, online workshops and children’s concerts – the Elbphilharmonie now also has a programme for home. Why not digitally drop by?

  • Discover Music

    : Children & Families

    Baby concerts, music theatre for young audiences, and ensembles where the whole family can join in – so many things to choose from! The World of Instruments workshops and holiday courses are still postponed for now due to coronavirus.

  • For the little ones

    : Elfi Baby Concerts

    In February, our popular baby concerts are touring Hamburg again. Babies can listen to Ensemble Resonanz’ music on cosy blankets and cushions. Crawling, cheering and singing allowed!

  • 13 / 14 February

    : Planet Globokar

    On this planet, everything is topsy-turvy. In the musical laboratory of the composer Vinko Globokar, instruments are played, dismantled and tried out the wrong way round underwater. Cheerful chaos for children aged 6+.

  • Reflektor Anoushka Shankar

    : Shiraz: Filmkonzert mit Livemusik

    In images that seem quite mythical, the silent film tells the love story that once led to the building of the Taj Mahal. Anoushka Shankar plays her music live to accompany the film.

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