• 18 & 19 June

    : Open day

    The Elbphilharmonie invites you on a journey of discovery through the concert hall. Explore the building all by yourself, and enjoy spectacular organ and technology shows, fascinating glimpses behind the scenes, and of course all kinds of music!

  • 18 May

    : Filarmonica Della Scala

    Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto and Mahler’s First Symphony: the Milanese orchestra presents a hit programme under its chief conductor Riccardo Chailly. They are joined in Hamburg by the charming Ray Chen as a soloist.

  • 20 May

    : Encore!

    Rachel Willis-Sørensen recently shone in the concert performance of Dvořák’s »Rusalka« in the Elbphilharmonie. After glowing reviews, she is now singing in the Grand Hall again – accompanied this time by the Munich Philharmonic under Andris Nelsons.

  • 7 June

    : Magdalena Kožená & Sir Simon Rattle

    When Magdalena Kožená and Sir Simon Rattle take the stage together, goosebump moments are guaranteed. Together with the British tenor Andrew Staples, they now dedicate themselves to Gustav Mahler's monumental »Lied von der Erde«.

  • 28 April – 1 June

    : Hamburg International Music Festival

    The compelling finale of the Elbphilharmonie season: once again, a host of top-class orchestras and soloists are performing at the Music Festival. This year, in unique ways and with plenty of wonderful music, they will be exploring the theme of »Nature«.

  • 30 May – 1 June

    : Nordic combination

    The 26-year-old Finn Klaus Mäkelä is a rising star among conductors: with the Oslo Philharmonic, whose chief conductor he has been for two years, he now presents all seven symphonies of Finland’s great national composer Jean Sibelius over three evenings.

  • 17 May

    : Caroline Shaw

    Caroline Shaw »amazes the classical and pop worlds«: she has written arrangements for Kanye West and she was the youngest composer ever to win the prestigious Pulitzer Prize. In her latest project, she performs as a singer with a percussion ensemble.

  • 22 May

    : Budapest Festival Orchestra

    Alexandre Kantorov, 24 years old, a strong personality and virtuoso musician like Liszt himself, plays Liszt's Second Piano Concerto at the Hamburg International Music Festival. He is accompanied by the Budapest Festival Orchestra under Iván Fischer.

  • 18 May

    : All-Star Quintet

    The five-strong jazz ensemble impresses at the International Music Festival with original virtuosic creations. The line-up includes legends of the New York cool jazz scene such as Dave Liebman, Marc Copland and Randy Brecker.

  • 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.

  • 18 August

    : Jazzrausch Bigband

    Süddeutsche Zeitung calls the sound of the Jazzrausch Bigband »a meltdown of the big-band sound with house and techno«, while FAZ praises their »power, groove and incredible stage presence«. The Munich ensemble brings concert halls to a boil.

  • 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.

  • 23 May / Laeiszhalle

    : 400 years of Molière

    To mark the anniversary, »Le Poème Harmonique« plays excerpts from the French writer’s ballet comedies at the International Music Festival. Jean-Baptiste Lully’s scoring is just as entertaining today as it was at the premiere in 1661.

  • 2022/23 Season

    : Symphoniker Hamburg

    The Symphoniker Hamburg, under principal conductor Sylvain Cambreling, will once again fill the Laeiszhalle with life in the 2022/23 season. As usual with selected programs, musical excellence and imaginative children's concerts.

  • 2 June / Laeiszhalle

    : Balthasar Neumann Ensemble

    Mozart’s »Coronation Mass« is one of his most popular mass settings: in radiant C major and featuring timpani and trumpets, it radiates festive brilliance – especially when performed by specialists such as the Balthasar Neumann Choir and Ensemble.

  • Samstagnachmittage in der Laeiszhalle

    : »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.

  • Podcast

    : Elbphilharmonie Kopfhörer

    Birds, rain, thunder: How much nature is there in music? In this podcast episode, Neo and Frida, aged nine and eleven, talk about the connection between composed sounds and nature – and have hot tips for nature music in store.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • In May

    : Elbphilharmonie in the City

    Our popular Twinkle Concerts for children, and our »Distant Sounds« series for people with dementia and their families, can be experienced in a number of Hamburg districts, in addition to the Elbphilharmonie.

10 August - 1 September

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