A truck full of drums, vibraphones, gongs, objects borrowed from everyday life and strange trash instruments – this is all the percussionists of Elbtonal Percussion need to make a racket at the highest level. The four Hamburgers have been touring the world with creative programmes between classical, world, jazz and rock music for a quarter-century now. And in between times they also appear in concert with top orchestras and other leading percussionists such as Stewart Copeland of »The Police«, or join forces with an actress like Martina Gedeck, with John Neumeier's Hamburg Ballet or with Christian Brückner, the actor who dubs Robert De Niro into German. And they even record film soundtracks into the bargain – for example, for »Kirschblüten – Hanami« or »Der Baader Meinhof Komplex«.
Noch mehr davon?
Elbtonal Percussion spielte im Mai 2020 ein »Elphi at Home«-Konzert im Großen Saal.
Der U-Bahnhof Überseequartier liegt ca. 1,2 Km von der Elbphilharmonie entfernt, im Hamburger Stadteil HafenCity. Sie ist eine der elf Haltestellen der U-Bahn Linie U4, die im November 2012 eröffnet wurde.
The Tube: This 82-metre-long, curved escalator begins at the main entrance of the Elbphilharmonie. It leads visitors up through the Elbphilharmonie building to a panorama window that offers a spectacular view of the harbour and docks. A second escalator then brings visitors up to the Plaza and the entrances to the concert halls.
The Elbphilharmonie Plaza: At a height of 37 metres above ground level, this public viewing platform is open all day long. From here, visitors can access the concert halls, hotel lobby, Elbphilharmonie Shop, and Deck & Deli via stairways and lifts. The outer walkway of the Plaza offers visitors a breathtaking panoramic view of the inner city and the harbour.
About the series
Artists record exclusive music videos at the Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle for Elbphilharmonie Sessions – sometimes in unusual locations offstage. Discover the concert halls from the inside. Discover what they sound like.