• 2024/25 Season

    : Now on sale

    Hear to feel – and the Elbphilharmonie is the best place to do this! The programme for the 2024/25 season once again offers hundreds of concerts, exciting festivals and the best artists of our time. Tickets are on sale now!

  • 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.

  • Teodor Currentzis
    18 May

    : Utopia / Teodor Currentzis

    The outstanding conductor Teodor Currentzis brings together his internationally renowned orchestra Utopia for Anton Bruckner’s Ninth Symphony. The composer worked on it for a long time without completing it – but it is still a masterpiece.

  • 19 May

    : Sitkovetsky Trio / Pablo Barragán

    Pablo Barragán is one of the shooting stars on the clarinet and, together with the Sitkovetsky Trio, will present Messiaen’s »Quartet for the End of Time« after a prelude with Debussy and Ravel – a French evening that gets under your skin!

  • 24 May

    : Voces Suaves / Capricornus Consort Basel

    In his »Madrigals of War and Love«, Monteverdi alternates between war dramas and tales of love and passion. This masterpiece between Renaissance and Baroque is performed by two top early music ensembles with a high-calibre cast.

  • 28 May

    : Ensemble Resonanz / Saerom Park / Dirk Rothbrust

    Renowned for its creative approaches and unusual formats, Ensemble Resonanz presents an evening centred around the British composer in residence Rebecca Saunders, whose music the press describes as an »all-consuming sensual experience«.

  • 29 May

    : Irreversible Entanglements

    Free jazz for a better world – the five musicians of Irreversible Entanglements draw attention to social grievances and fight against discrimination and exploitation with ecstatic-impulsive improvisations to powerful lyrics.

  • 20 – 30 June

    : Martha Argerich Festival

    To mark the end of the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra’s season, star pianist Martha Argerich is inviting as artist-in-residencenumerous musical friends to take part in her festival throughout the city. Three concerts take place in the Elbphilharmonie.

  • 7 June / Laeiszhalle

    : Amaryllis Quartett

    One of Mozart’s string quartets dedicated to Haydn meets French Impressionism by Albert Roussel. The renowned Amaryllis Quartet will be joined by Henrik Wiese, solo flautist at Bayerischer Rundfunk.

  • 8 June / Laeiszhalle

    : Carmina Burana

    Carl Orff's »Carmina Burana«, with its expressive melodies set to medieval texts, is one of the most popular works of classical music. The CPE Bach Choir and the Symphoniker Hamburg combine them with Schumann's spring-like Symphony No. 1

  • 9 June / Laeiszhalle

    : Sounding paintures

    Hatching chicks, an old castle or a large city gate - when the Junge Symphoniker Hamburger play Mussorgsky’s »Pictures at an Exhibition« in a family concert, they come to life. For families with children aged 5 and over.

  • 16 June / Laeiszhalle

    : Messiaen: Turangalîla Symphony

    Messiaen created visually powerful music – as in his Turangalîla Symphony: he himself saw the work as a sounding church window in which the colours swirl wildly. Impressive music, not least because of the Ondes Martenot...

  • Season 2024/25

    : Twinkle Concerts

    Poetic productions, first-class ensembles and wonderful melodies: the hand-picked Funkelkonzerte concerts open up the world of music to young audiences – in the Elbphilharmonie and in many Hamburg neighbourhoods.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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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