Elbphilharmonie concerts take centre stage in this regular series of hour-long radio features, broadcast in cooperation with ByteFM. The hour-long programmes present music ranging from classical and jazz through to electronic and experimental.
- The Elbphilharmonie Mixtape on web radio: first Saturday of the month, 12:00–13:00
- The Elbphilharmonie Mixtape on 91,7 FM: every Monday following the first Saturday of the month, 19:00
- Repeated: every second Monday following the first Saturday of the month, 19:00
Mixtape on 3 February
In the latest Elbphilharmonie Mixtape by ByteFM, host Jil Hesse introduces the Elbphilharmonie’s diverse ensembles for non-professionals: alongside the Creative, Family and Audience Orchestras, the exotic Gamelan Ensemble, formed of different sized bronze gongs, is particularly worth listening to.
Mixtape from 6 January
On 11 January 2017 an orchestra appeared on the stage of the Grand Hall to give the very first public concert at the Elbphilharmonie. Construction of the new concert hall took more than a decade; now a year has passed since the official opening, and ByteFM presenter Jil Hesse looks back at the Elbphilharmonie’s first, eventful year in the latest Elbphilharmonie Mixtape.
In this edition of the Elbphilharmonie podcast, there is a commentary from General and Artistic Director Christoph Lieben-Seutter as well as from Bryce Dessner and Lambchop frontman Kurt Wagner, who were likewise part of the highly varied programme.
From indie-rock and reggae to blues, techno and French chansons, ByteFM plays the very best of today's popular music. With the Elbphilharmonie Mixtape, ByteFM extends its scope to include classical music. Tune in for interviews and features, keep up to date with current developments on the music scene and hear the stories behind the music.