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Made in Hamburg

Varied, quality music from the city’s clubs is on the agenda of the new Elbphilharmonie series in the Recital Hall.

Taken straight from the city’s clubs and pubs, off locations and rehearsal rooms: the young bands and artists in the new»Made in Hamburg« concert series are expanding the musical range of the Elbphilharmonie over six evenings. They bring singer-songwriter arrangements, electronic sounds and even jazz and blues to the Recital Hall.

Video portraits of the artists who have appeared so far:

rocket men / 16 Oct 2017

They take their inspiration from the boundlessness of the universe and the freedom of jazz, and combine quotations both historical and topical, samples, visuals and projections, with their personal stories.

Rocket Men / Elbphilharmonie

Poems for Jamiro / 14 Dec 2017

The two singers Nina Müller and Laila Nysten originally started their careers as an acoustic singer-songwriter duo, but have since expanded their sound to include atmospheric, filigree electronic music influenced by Scandinavian pop.

Poems for Jamiro / Elbphilharmonie

Christian Naujoks / 12 Jan 2017

Flowing transitions between minimalism and pop on the electric guitar – these are the speciality of composer Christian Naujoks, who is also known as a DJ and singer.

Christian Naujoks / Elbphilharmonie

Bernd Begemann / 22 Jan 2018

Bernd Begemann, Hamburg-based cult singer and guitarist, has been touring Germany’s clubs and concert halls for 30 years now, and is fêted by audiences and critics alike for his wit, his texts and his unique entertainer qualities.

Bernd Begemann

»Made in Hamburg« at the Elbphilharmonie

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