All concerts in the Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle from 2 November until 30 November 2020 have been cancelled. Please refer to the latest information.

  • Mediathek

    : ElphiBackHome

    Streams, podcasts, guided tours and children’s programmes – the digital offering on our blog is being expanded continuously.

  • Mediathek

    : Around the World

    Portraits of exceptional artists, video-on-demand concerts, playlists and extraordinary instruments simply explained – the »Around the World« focus area makes it easy to travel despite the coronavirus.

  • 2-30 November

    : All concerts cancelled

    New Germany-wide coronavirus restrictions issued: All concerts in the Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle from 2–30 November have been cancelled, Plaza, Shop and visitor center remain closed. Elbphilharmonie Ticket Shop remains open.

  • Mediathek

    : The Architecture of Sound

    The unique architecture of the Elbphilharmonie – viewed from twelve angles.

  • Mediathek

    : Zuhausführungen

    Experience the Elbphilharmonie and the Laeiszhalle from your couch: Our guides show the most interesting parts of the buildings.

  • Mediathek

    : Orgelmania

    Crazy for pipes! Dicover the world of pipe organs in twelve stations – with videos, articles and livestreams in our Mediathek.

  • 31 December / 1 January

    : NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester

    Even if rockets are shooting into the sky, the biggest fireworks display on New Year's Eve doesn't take place in front of the Elbphilharmonie, but inside. The NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra offers a programme of light muse: »Orpheus in the Underworld«

  • 17 December

    : Jerusalem Quartet

    String quartets by Shostakovich and Prokofiev: the Jerusalem Quartet returns to the Elbphilharmonie and brings together two of Russia’s greatest twentieth-century composers.

  • 17 December

    : Ensemble Resonanz: Weihnachtsoratorium

    Cult classic: the chamber orchestra version of Bach’s »Christmas Oratorio« – complete with electric guitar and vintage keyboards. Performed by none other than Ensemble Resonanz.

  • 18 December

    : Risonanze erranti

    Pioneers of the present: the Risonanze erranti ensemble specialises in contemporary music. They will be performing two premieres in Hamburg – including that of Hans-Werner Henze’s Op. 1.

  • Podcast

    : Elbphilharmonie Kopfhörer

    Why do you listen to music? The second episode of the Elbphilharmonie podcast for young people aged 8 and up is about your favourite earworms. So put on your headphones and turn it up!

  • Concerts & Workshops

    : Children & Familiy Digital Programme

    Music videos for joining in, online workshops and children’s concerts – the Elbphilharmonie now also has a programme for home. Why not digitally drop by?

  • For the little ones

    : Elfi Baby Concerts

    In February, our popular baby concerts are touring Hamburg again. Babies can listen to Ensemble Resonanz’ music on cosy blankets and cushions. Crawling, cheering and singing allowed!

  • 12 December

    : Nächste Ausfahrt: Lunar Plexus

    Adventures in space: two space travellers and Ensemble Resonanz collect sounds for their music machine – if only on-board computer Tipsy could stay on top of things. Galactic amusement for children aged 8+.

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