• 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.

  • 21 April

    : Diana Damrau

    Star soprano Diana Damrau offers a melodious programme with pieces by waltz king Johann Strauss, Emmerich Kálmán and Franz Lehár. At her side: tenor Nikolai Schukoff and the NDR Radiophilharmonie.

  • 7 May

    : Piano Recital: Elisabeth Leonskaja

    Elisabeth Leonskaja has been performing on the world's great concert stages for half a century and is a true piano legend. Now she presents all of Johannes Brahms' piano sonatas, which encompass the richness of sound of entire symphonies.

  • 9 May

    : Günther Groissböck / Song Recital

    The acclaimed bass Günther Groissböck not only sings major opera roles, but is also passionate about intimate song recitals. At the International Music Festival Hamburg, he presents eerily beautiful romantic songs about the transience of life.

  • 21 August – 4 September

    : Elbphilharmonie Summer

    Summer, sun, beaches ... and the Elbphilharmonie! Whether symphony orchestra, jazz, pop or world music: at the end of August, the summer festival invites you to a colourful mix of concerts in the Grand Hall. A short trip that is always well worth it!

  • 4 May

    : Three Religions – one Music

    What unites the great world religions? Fascinating singing that has been inextricably linked to the traditions of Islam, Judaism and Christianity for thousands of years. Three singers present this musical adventure through the Mediterranean region.

  • 6 May

    : Mao Fujita / Piano Recital

    »A miracle of articulation full of joy and passion« – that is Mao Fujita. At the age of 25, he has won the most important competitions and astounded the music world with a recording of all Mozart sonatas. Now he is making his debut at the Elbphilharmonie.

  • 15 May

    : Dakh Daughters: »Ukraine Fire«

    The Dakh Daughters from Kyiv fight for their homeland with a wild performance of music, theatre and projections. Punk, pop, classical music and Ukrainian folklore with plaits, lace skirts and heavy boots are the trademarks of their protest.

  • 24 April / Laeiszhalle

    : Jazz Piano: Enemy

    Pianist and organist Kit Downes has won many prizes and is considered one of the best improvisers on his instruments. His trio's jazz is rhythmically accentuated, fast-paced, highly complex and full of energy and joyful playing.

  • 26 April / Laeiszhalle

    : Monteverdi: »Vespers for the Blessed Virgin«

    Claudio Monteverdi demonstrates all his skills in his masterpiece, creating a work that is still fascinating today. Artfully composed vocal movements and colourful instrumental accompaniments, masterfully presented in historical performance practice.

  • 5 May / Laeiszhalle

    : Pierre-Laurent Aimard & Symphoniker Hamburg

    Pierre-Laurent Aimard is one of the best pianists of our time and is recognised for his subtle playing. With the Symphoniker Hamburg, he plays Bartók's Second Piano Concerto, which invites to virtuoso music-making.

  • 17 May / Laeiszhalle

    : Panorama der Renaissance

    Music brings comfort – this is as true today as it was during the Thirty Years’ War in the 17th century. With viols, organ, harp and voice, soprano Dorothee Mields and the Hathor Consort present a sound panorama from Heinrich Schütz and contemporaries.

  • Discover Music

    : Children & Families

    Babys' and children's concerts for all age groups, music theatre for a young audience and imaginative concerts for the whole family – there is a wide range of events on offer for children and families in the Elbphilharmonie and the Laeiszhalle.

  • News from Kopfhörer

    : Women's power

    Honking cars, ringtones or scanning noises at the supermarket checkout – we are surrounded by many noises in everyday life. Alex, Amazing and Yurii talk to foley artist Simone Nowick about the meaning of sounds.

  • For schools / from 9th grade

    : Elbphilharmonie Soundtracker

    Creative, flexible and unforgettable: the Elbphilharmonie Soundtracker brings a very special project to schools. On four dates, school pupils create their own work and learn all the basics about rhythm, improvisation and much more.

  • Save the Concert!

    : Digital escape game

    Just a few hours to go until the concert of the year, but then suddenly it all goes wrong. Become a member of the Elbphilharmonie team and save the concert – complete with tricky puzzles and exciting backstage tours.


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