Our playlist for »The Orient« from the music lexicon of the Elbphilharmonie Magazine.
Even in his own lifetime, Handel was feted like a pop star. What was the composer's secret?
Countertenors can sing beautifully in a high register. What is their secret?
Idyllic parks, a festival and the best scones in the city: seven British hotspots in Hamburg.
To celebrate its 111th anniversary, we've assembled ten of the most entertaining stories about Hamburg's venerable concert hall.
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«
From Hungary to Algeria – the composer Béla Bartók collected more than 10,000 folk songs at the beginning of the 20th century.
The year when Father Christmas climbed up onto the roof…
The Pfefferkörner have been investigating cases in Hamburg's Speicherstadt since 1999 – now they find themselves on a case at the Elbphilharmonie for the first time.
The »Concord Sonata« is among the most important works of American composer Charles Ives, and has a few surprises in store…
There's no subject where music doesn't have anything to say. This time: interesting points about the subject of neighbours.
An analysis of the national anthems of Germany’s opponents in the first round – live from the Elbphilharmonie Arena.
The equipment used to clean the Elbphilharmonie facade has a variety of other uses too…
An exotic instrument travels to its new home.
Several composers have drawn inspiration from their travels. There is nothing music has nothing to say about.