• 8 February

    : Rattle conducts »Siegfried«

    »This music exudes an incredible warmth«, says Sir Simon Rattle. With the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and top Wagner interpreters, the star conductor presents a concert performance of Wagner’s opera in the Elbphilharmonie.

  • 15 February

    : Music from the Black Sea

    With incredible virtuosity, good ideas and a lot of charm, Avi Avital has brought the mandolin to the great concert stages of the world. In Hamburg he now takes his audience on a fascinating journey to the Black Sea – good against wanderlust!

  • 2–12 February 2023

    : Elbphilharmonie Visions

    Never more at home than in a 21st-century concert hall: »Elbphilharmonie Visions« is the festival for brand new music that seduces, shocks and strikes right at the heart.

  • 22 February

    : Ruzicka zum Geburtstag

    He has been a central figure in the music world for decades: the conductor, composer and professor Peter Ruzicka. Shortly before his 75th birthday, he will present music by Strauss, Schumann and his own work with the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen.

  • 22 March

    : Opera stars in concert

    Asmik Grigorian and Matthias Goerne are stars on the international stages. When their paths cross in March, it will not be for the next opera, but for Dmitri Shostakovich's gripping 14th Symphony – a deeply emotional swan song to life.

  • 10 February / ePhil

    : Electro-Magician

    At home in Berlin's Berghain as well as in the British Tate Modern Gallery and on concert stages around the world: with his Serge synthesizer, Dutchman Thomas Ankersmit creates unique soundscapes – for dancing and amazement.

  • 13 February

    : Only the best for Handel

    For Handel's opera hit »Alcina«, a number of very big names gather on the Elbphilharmonie stage: Mark Minkowski takes the podium with the renowned Musiciens du Louvre, and mezzo-soprano Magdalena Kožená shines in the title role.

  • 10 February / Laeiszhalle

    : Routes to Bach

    Johann Sebastian Bach is seen as the forefather of all music. The last 300 years of music history are unthinkable without him. But what influenced him, what role models did he have himself? One of today's best Bach conductors explores: Raphaël Pichon.

  • 16 February / Laeiszhalle

    : Jazz Piano

    His music is »profound fun for people who don't get dizzy easily«, Rondo wrote about the British pianist Django Bates. His modern jazz compositions combine influences from a wide variety of genres such as pop, punk and folklore.

  • 3 March / Laeiszhalle

    : Dvořák and Beethoven

    On the list of the most popular works of classical music, these two are right at the top: Antonín Dvořák's Cello Concerto and Beethoven's 5th Symphony. The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen and conductor Elim Chan present both in one evening.

  • 21 March / Laeiszhalle

    : Baroque virtuoso

    She plays in the very first league of early music: violinist Leila Schayegh. Together with the ensemble La Cetra, the Swiss musician celebrates a real fest of baroque violin virtuosity at the Laeiszhalle – with pioneering works by Leclair and Corelli.

  • 7 February / Laeiszhalle

    : Best of Händel

    As an Englishman born and bred, it goes without saying that Ian Bostridge has been familiar with Handel’s music since childhood. His programme »Handel: Around the World in Song« presents highlights from Handel’s huge vocal oeuvre.

  • 3 March

    : The Sound Mobile in Bergedorf

    Full to the brim with musical instruments and exciting stories, the Sound Mobile drives to meet children all over Hamburg. On Friday evening, it’s paying a visit to the Westibül. The last few tickets are still available!

  • 30 May

    : Party in the Grand Hall

    The Orchester im Treppenhaus, »one of Europe’s most dazzling ensembles«, is famous for its captivating performances and can often be seen at major festivals. In the show »Disco«, it now presents an analogue set blending electro, dub and ambient.

  • Elbphilharmonie+

    : Accompanying programme

    From exhibitions and dance classes to film screenings: the Elbphilharmonie’s accompanying programme opens up new, often surprising perspectives on the music in the concert hall. Coupled to a concert, these events explore fascinating topics.

  • Concerts & workshops

    : Children & Family Digital Programme

    Music videos for joining in, online workshops and children’s concerts – the Elbphilharmonie also has a programme for home.

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