Kim Kashkashian performs »In Memoriam Blum Tamás« by György Kurtág.
Mieczysław Weinbergs Klavierquintett op. 18 aus dem Kleinen Saal der Laeiszhalle
Wit and truth, playfulness and sensuousness rub shoulders in Unsuk Chin’s music.
Some of the Estonian composer's most important works in a special concert portrait
Manfred Eicher has changed the world of music with his ECM label.
The legendary head of ECM records brings hand-picked artists to the Elbphilharmonie.
»Darker than Black«: An Ode to Melancholy with Works by Thomas Hume and Burkhard Stangl
The composer was the focus of the »Lux aeterna« festival opening.
Resounding walls and audible spaces: in the work of Iannis Xenakis, music and architecture merge.
Kevin Bowyer conquers a monstor of organ music: the eight-hour Organ Symphony by composer Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji.
György Ligeti's grotesque operatic spectacle »Le Grand Macabre«
György Ligeti pulled off a rare feat in his music, combining complexity, wit and sensuousness.
The singer of the band Radiohead presents his first classical work »Don’t Fear the Light« at the Elbphilharmonie.
Hardly anybody else is as enthusiastic about contemporary music as the exceptional British composer.
Storyteller, hypnotist, miracle musician: Laurie Anderson took over the helm at the Elbphilharmonie for four days.
Taking Herman Melville's visionary seafaring novel »Moby Dick« as her starting point, Olga Neuwirth has created in »The Outcast« a work about the global crisis of our time.
Limited in number: the Elbphilharmonie produces gig posters of high artistic value for selected concerts.
About one of the most important composers of our time, Artist in Residence Sir George Benjamin.
Sir George Benjamin's opera »Written on Skin« tells the tale of a deadly love triangle – and is already one of the most frequently-performed contemporary stage works today.
»I don't write music for sissy ears,« he said: Charles Ives, one of the most original and unconventional composers of all time.