Lena Meyer-Landrut

Tube Talks

A ride on Europe’s longest escalator takes two and a half minutes – more than enough time to ask a few soul-searching questions.

82 meters long and 30 meters high, the Elbphilharmonie Tube is Europe’s longest curved escalator. The journey to the Plaza on the futuristic escalator takes around two and a half minutes. A great opportunity for a chat with celebrities visiting the Hanseatic city, with stars from the Grand Hall or with local Hamburg luminaries – from Jonas Kaufmann and Fatih Akin to Megaloh and Lena Meyer-Landrut.

New: a ride with Andrea Petković

From the tennis court to the escalator: as a tournament ambassador for the Hamburg European Open at Rothenbaum, Andrea Petković recently spent a few weeks by the Elbe. Of course, the tennis star also paid a visit to the Elbphilharmonie.

In the Tube Talk, she speaks about her goals for Hamburg as a tennis city, about the dream of being a rock star and about the courage to never give up.

Lena Meyer-Landrut
Lena Meyer-Landrut © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»Hashtags for the Elbphilhramonie? #supercute #supersexy«

Axel Prahl
Axel Prahl © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»Das wäre hier ein perfekter Ort für einen Krimi.«

Hazel Brugger
Hazel Brugger © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»I don’t know whether I’ll suddenly like classical music when I’m 30 ...«

Yannick Nezet-Seguin
Yannick Nezet-Seguin © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»A conductor is the best example for a good manager.«

Megaloh
Megaloh © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»Always believe in yourself a little more than others do.«

Alice Sara Ott
Alice Sara Ott © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»You get the feeling that you sitting at the centre of a musical ocean.«

Die Prinzen
Die Prinzen © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
Alan Gilbert
Alan Gilbert © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
David Hasselhoff
David Hasselhoff © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
Fatih Akin
Fatih Akin © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»My favourite film genre is horror! And a horror film without music…that isn’t scary, right?«

Michael Stich
Michael Stich © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»Piano concertos are especially beautiful; they help calm me down, even when I feel stressed.«

Alexander Hacke
Alexander Hacke © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
Heino Ferch
Heino Ferch © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
Michel Abdollahi
Michel Abdollahi © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
Kent Nagano
Kent Nagano © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»With music you can communicate everything.«

Jonas Kaufmann
Jonas Kaufmann © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»I hope that the Elbphilharmonie will pass the 99-year mark.«

Anton Barakhovsky
Anton Barakhovsky © Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

»If I weren’t a musician, I’d probably be a pilot.«

Gustavo Dudamel
Gustavo Dudamel © Elbphilharmonie

»Acoustically, the Elbphilharmonie is a delicious hall!«

last updated: 27.07.2021

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