If the saying »in vino veritas« is true, then the truth sounds pretty bittersweet. About the Heuriger and the Wienerlied.
ECM musicians reveal what it's like to work with Manfred Eicher.
The Silk Road: a trade route that altered the world.
A country that produced the Beatles and the »Proms«, and where there's a choir in every second village, can't be in such a bad way.
Many highlights, little time - we have summarized a small part of the Elbphilharmonie season for you!
Who am I? »Identity« is the motto of the 4th Hamburg International Music Festival.
The singer of the band Radiohead presents his first classical work »Don’t Fear the Light« at the Elbphilharmonie.
From Hungary to Algeria – the composer Béla Bartók collected more than 10,000 folk songs at the beginning of the 20th century.
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.
»What effect does music have on us?« – A choirmaster, a neurologist and a music therapist provide some answers.
The »Lux aeterna« festival opens with religious chants – and a ritual circular dance that is hundreds of years old.
Champagne, masks and intrigue: the essentials of the cult operetta by waltz king Johann Strauss.
Venice has the reputation of an important centre of European music history – but why exactly?
The Elbphilharmonie Plaza is now even more worth a visit than before, thanks to the new Smart Table.
The »Concord Sonata« is among the most important works of American composer Charles Ives, and has a few surprises in store…
Without them, Poland would be a different country today. A portrait of five important Polish composers.
It's said that he breathed a soul into the piano: Frédéric Chopin, the most famous Polish composer of all time.
A musical portrait of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia
40 languages, hundreds of dialects – the Caucasus is home to some of the most varied and complicated languages in the world.
More relevant than ever before: Bertolt Brecht’s opera » Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny« ridicules capitalism.