• 10 August - 1 September

    : Elbphilharmonie Sommer

    Summer, sun, music: the »Elbphilharmonie Summer« 2022 programme is jam-packed. With three major American orchestras, jazz legend Kenny Barron, 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.

  • 25 August

    : A cello dream

    Dvořák's Cello Concerto is one of the most popular classical works of all; it is full of ravishing melodies. And Gautier Capuçon knows how to make it ring! He is accompanied by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra under Manfred Honeck.

  • 11 August

    : Live dubbing with a twist

    Actually, »Fräulein Else« from 1929 is a silent film. But now the cabaret duo Maschek underlay the scenes live with unexpected and extremely entertaining dialogue. The East Tyrolean ensemble Musicbanda Franui plays a new soundtrack.

  • 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.

  • 12 August

    : Film with live music

    The silent film »Phantom« (1922) by the legendary director Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau tells the story of an unrequited love. The Viennese contemporary music ensemble Phace plays a new soundtrack to the expressionist images.

  • 5 September

    : Vienna Philharmonic

    This work can knock you over: to open the season, the world-famous orchestra from Vienna presents Olivier Messiaen's monumental Turangalîla Symphony. Multiversum artist Esa-Pekka Salonen is on the rostrum, while Yuja Wang is the piano soloist.

  • Now on sale

    : Concerts for Globetrotters

    Traditional music from Korea, whirling dervishes and Ukrainian folk music: the whole world is appearing at the Elbphilharmonie. Globetrotters will find what they what in the series »Klassik der Welt«, »Around the World« and the 2022/23 festivals.

  • Focus Mandolin

    : Wallflower? – No way!

    The mandolin is often underestimated: the fact is, it can play everything from Baroque to bluegrass. In this concert four exceptional interpreters play the Instrument of the Year 2023, Chris Thile and Avi Avital among them.

  • 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«.

  • 10 August

    : Kenny Barron Quartet

    The list of musicians pianist Kenny Barron has performed with reads like a Who’s Who of bebop, hard bop and mainstream jazz. Barron was a sought-after sideman for many years, but he, now almost 80, is also a gifted soloist and bandleader.

  • 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.

  • 2022/23 Subscription

    : Jazz Piano

    Top-quality jazz in an intimate setting: »Jazz Piano» brings the greatest jazz pianists of our time to the Laeiszhalle Recital Hall – some solo, like Yaron Herman and Django Bates, others with their ensembles, like the up-and-coming star Gerald Clayton.

  • 2022/23 Subscription

    : Das Alte Werk

    Well-known period-performance ensemble and top soloists breathe new life into Early Music in Hamburg – among them stars like Jakub Jozéf Orlínski and Teodor Currentzis. And Raphaël Pichon explores Bach's origins with his outstanding ensemble Pygmalion.

  • 2022/23 Season

    : Chamber Music at the Laeiszhalle

    Four concerts with some of the top soloists of our time: stars like Midori, Antoine Tamestit, Martin Fröst and Anna Vinnitskaya perform masterpieces of chamber music in the intimate setting of the Laeiszhalle Recital Hall.

  • Subscription 2022/23

    : »Teatime Classics«

    Savour afternoons of music with exceptional young talents in the Laeiszhalle Recital Hall: in six concerts, up-and-coming musicians present classical and contemporary works from Beethoven to Adès.

  • Elbphilharmonie’s join-in ensembles

    : Take part!

    Singing in an international choir, making music in one of three orchestras or discovering an old Indonesian tradition: there are several join-in ensembles at the Elbphilharmonie. Registrations are open again as of today!

  • Workshops

    : Become creative yourself

    Trumpet, bongo, synthesizer: in the workshops, the Elbphilharmonie's huge fund of instruments can be explored. Children and adults welcome!

  • 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).

  • 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.

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