• 4 October

    : Caetano Veloso

    He is Brazil’s voice of the century: The legendary Caetano Veloso has been making his country's music history for decades. After his celebrated Elbphilharmonie debut two years ago, he now returns to Hamburg with his band.

  • 11 October

    : Breath, air and wind

    It is an unusual trio that Iveta Apkalna has put together here: With accordionist Martynas Levickis and baritone Benjamin Appl, the titular organist of the Elbphilharmonie creates a combination of sounds rarely heard.

  • 12 October

    : Jordi Savall

    Mendelssohn’s »Italian« Symphony and his »A Midsummer Night’s Dream« – this concert puts you in a holiday mood. With Jordi Savall and his orchestra Le Concert des Nations, the works sound fresh and light in the original sound of Mendelssohn’s time.

  • 25 October

    : Sol Gabetta

    A musical portrait of Paris – magnifique! The star cellist comes to Hamburg with one of her favourite orchestras, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, bringing with her music by French composers such as Maurice Ravel and Édouard Lalo.

  • 10 October

    : Jörg Widmann: Schumannliebe

    Jörg Widmann has composed a new version of Schumann's famous song cycle »Dichterliebe«. The celebrated baritone Matthias Goerne and the Remix Ensemble from Portugal will perform it in the Great Hall.

  • 14 October

    : Kurtág: Fin de partie

    The long-awaited first opera by the great Hungarian composer György Kurtág was premiered in 2018 with overwhelming success. »Fin de partie« can now be experienced in a semi-staged performance in the Grand Hall.

  • 30 October

    : Christoph Sietzen & Wave Quartet

    Four marimbas on stage not only look impressive, they also sound like it! Drummer Christoph Sietzen proves this with his Wave Quartet. Their programme includes music by tango legend Astor Piazzolla, excerpts from the opera »Carmen« and more.

  • 15 November

    : Anna Prohaska / Julius Drake

    In their program »Paradise Lost«, soprano Anna Prohaska and Julius Drake – the pianist par excellence for song accompaniment – search for musical paradise and provide variety with music from different eras and countries.

  • 28 September / Laeiszhalle

    : Virtuosic Baroque Arias

    With his own ensemble, Belgian haute-contre Reinoud Van Mechelen celebrates his long-awaited debut at the Laeiszhalle. For this, the successful tenor with his stunning high notes comes with excerpts from operas by Jean-Philippe Rameau.

  • 8 October / Laeiszhalle

    : Symphoniker Hamburg

    With his Eighth Symphony, Dmitri Shostakovich turned against hatred and violence during the Second World War. The Hamburg Symphony Orchestra now combines this rarely performed work with the heavenly-beautiful Violin Concerto by Jean Sibelius.

  • 8 November / Laeiszhalle

    : Tabea Zimmermann / Ensemble Resonanz

    Led by world-class violist Tabea Zimmermann, Ensemble Resonanz demonstrates the mutability of a string orchestra. At the centre: the spirited Octet by the Romanian composer George Enescu.

  • 10 November / Laeiszhalle

    : Brian Marsella Trio

    The pianist Brian Marsella is deeply rooted in the New York jazz scene and is considered one of the best in his field. With his trio, he plays in the »Jazz Piano« series at the Laeiszhalle and brings the flair of the Big Apple to Hamburg.

  • 2 November

    : Symphony of Change

    A musical exploration of sustainability: the Stegreif Orchester recomposes works by four female composers and presents them free of genre boundaries between improvisation, jazz, new music and classical music – admission for all under 30s: 8 euros!

  • Holiday Programme

    : Attention tinkerers!

    Building a music machine with instruments, everyday objects and modern technology? Can you control an entire percussion ensemble from your tablet and invent own music? Young people aged 12 and older can try out how this works during the fall vacations.

  • 9 – 12 December

    : Klangzeit for everyone

    For everyone who wants to experience music in a casual setting: with its »Klangzeit« series, Ensemble Resonanz invites the audience to enjoy sounds in a laid-back atmosphere or to sing along with the whole family in the Elbphilharmonie and other venues.

  • 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.

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