Mediatheque Stories tagged #MusicFestival2023

5 questions for Jakub Hrůša

The Czech star conductor on mutual inspiration and lifelong learning.

Die schöne Müllerin
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Video on demand from 31 May 2023 : Die schöne Müllerin

Played, sung and staged by Musicbanda Franui, Florian Boesch and Nikolaus Habjan.

The Tallis Scholars
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Video on demand from 15 May 2023 : The Tallis Scholars

The legendary British vocal ensemble in a live stream from the Grand Hall.

Elbphilharmonie Talk with Tamara Stefanovich

»If someone from the audience wants to ask me something, they’re all very welcome«: star pianist Tamara Stefanovich on her five-hour sonata marathon.

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: Interview with Julia Bullock

»Darkness can be fascinating« - the American singer talks about Olivier Messiaen's song cycle »Harawi«, her moment of sudden musical insight, and the change in her voice.

ByteFM Podcast Internationales Musikfest Hamburg

»Die Liebe ist wahrscheinlich das größte Gefühl, das Menschen entwickeln können.« – Moderator Leif Gütschow spricht mit Barbara Lebitsch & Anke Fischer von der Elbphilharmonie über das Musikfest 2023.

Music and love

Caution! There are lots of opportunities here for you to put your foot in it! Literally one around every corner. Our subject is love and music. Music and love.

Franz Schubert and Love

About the Romantic composer and his works, whose melodic beauty fascinates us to this day.

»The mandolin is experiencing a renaissance right now«

Mandolinists Caterina Lichtenberg and Mike Marshall on J. S. Bach and bluegrass – and why the two can be wonderfully combined in concert.

The mandolin – an all-rounder among instruments

Everything you need to know about the versatile plucked instrument and why it has rightly been chosen as the 2023 instrument of the year.

»I must be free«

Barbara Hannigan on her double role as singer and conductor, her quest for fluency, and the authenticity of her three cats.

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: Love est. 2023. How does Hamburg love?

A community project revolving around what is perhaps the best thing in the world.

Alfred Schnittke – A Portrait

A report by a contemporary witness on one of the leading composers of the 20th century

John Eliot Gardiner – A portrait

The legendary conductor will soon be 80. In Hamburg he shows us what he has learnt about Bach and Brahms to date.

»Wow, so that's how it can sound!«

Composer-conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen about the »Multiversum« in the Elbphilharmonie, swarm intelligence in orchestras and the difficulties of the classical repertoire.