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Schools & Kindergartens

Making the first step easy: alongside countless concerts, courses and ensembles for the general public, the Elbphilharmonie also offers a programme for schools and kindergartens that is tailored to a variety of ages.

School and Kindergarten Programme

The Elbphilharmonie’s School and Kindergarten Programme offers the opportunity to enrich and expand music teaching through workshops. Children and adolescents are able not only to peek behind the scenes of a major concert hall, visit a concert together or meet the artists in person, but also to participate themselves in making music!

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Booking

Different parts of the School and Kindergarten Programme go on sale at different times:

Tue, 26 Jun 2018, 11:00 for events in August and September 2018
Tue, 21 Aug 2018, 11:00 for events from October 2018 to January 2019
Tue, 13 Nov 2018, 11:00 for events from February to June 2019

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Information

mitmachen@elbphilharmonie.de
phone: +49 40 357 666 336
(Tue–Fri / 12:00–15:00)

Schools

School Concerts

The Grand Hall and the Recital Hall are the beating heart of the Elbphilharmonie – and it’s important that Hamburg’s schoolchildren get to experience these in action. Four imaginative scenic productions in the Recital Hall invite primary schoolchildren to experience music with all their senses. Older school pupils can discover top-class ensembles such as the world-famous Mahler Chamber Orchestra in the Grand Hall. And to make sure no one is too much in awe of such big names and major works, the programme is presented in a relaxed and informal style.

Supported by the Haspa Musik-Stiftung

Book School Concerts

  • All offers apply only to schools located in Hamburg
  • The ordering period for each school concert starts at different times. The relevant date is noted individually for each concert.
  • Tickets: €5.00, ticket requests only possible online via this webpage
  • Teachers and accompanying persons also require a ticket
  • For 10 people, one accompanying person can attend for free; from 11 people, two accompanying persons can attend for free
  • All offers also apply to schools for mentally or physically handicapped children
Ensemble Resonanz

School Years 1-2

Sun, Moon & Strings

Ensemble Resonanz
Carola Bauckholt composition, concept
Anselm Dalferth direction, concept

Ensemble Resonanz doesn’t limit itself to musical instruments. It also coaxes exciting sounds out of biscuit tins, wine glasses and rain jackets – and guides listeners through all kinds of weather: beating rain and howling winds one minute, and shimmering heat the next.

In cooperation with Ensemble Resonanz.

Elbphilharmonie Recital Hall
13/14/17/19 Dec 2018 | 09:30 and 11:30
Duration: approx. 50 minutes
Orders accepted from 21 Aug 2018, 11:00

 Funkelkonzert L / Scheherazade

School Years 1-2

SCheherazade

Cross Nova Ensemble
Betsy Dentzer storyteller
Dan Tanson direction

Scheherazade is a storyteller from Persia. She enraptures her audience with stories from the 1001 Nights: you smell the fragrances of the Orient and feel the sea breeze and the light of the Persian landscape. With music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, performed on violin, clarinet, bassoon and piano.

Elbphilharmonie Recital Hall
24 Jun 2019 | 09:30 and 11:30
Duration: approx. 50 minutes
Orders accepted from 13 Nov 2018, 11:00

Funkelkonzert L / Die Verblecherbande

School Years 3-4

Die Verblecherbande

Sonus Brass Ensemble
Annechien Koerselman idea, concept, direction

The Brass Gang and their music were well-loved and well-known, everyone wanted to hear them. But now they have hit upon hard times. If they want to continue performing as a band, they need to round up money quickly. They plan to rob a bank. Will the Verblecherbande be able to crack the safe’s musical code?

Elbphilharmonie Recital Hall
12 Nov 2018 | 09:30 and 12:00
Duration: approx. 50 minutes
Order accepted from 21 Aug 2018, 11:00

Funkelkonzert XL / Traum und Albtraum

School Years 3-4

SOMNIA – WHAT DO DREAMS SOUND LIKE?

Ensemble Resonanz
Gregor Dierck musical arrangements

What is dream, what is reality? In »Somnia« music becomes a gateway to magical worlds. A highly original and imaginative concert with Ensemble Resonanz, featuring circus arts and music by composers from Anton Bruckner to Giacinto Scelsi.

In cooperation with Ensemble Resonanz.

Elbphilharmonie Grand Hall
10/11/12/15/16 Apr 2019 | 09:30 and 11:30
Duration: approx. 60  minutes
Orders accepted from 21 Aug 2018, 11:00

Hildegard Lernt Fliegen

School Years 7-8

Hildegard lernt fliegen

Andreas Schaerer voice
Andreas Tschopp trombone, tuba
Benedikt Reising saxophone, clarinet
Christoph Steiner percussion
Marco Müller double bass
Matthias Wenger saxophone

Andreas Schaerer sings, yodels, beatboxes and imitates the craziest things with his voice. Trumpets, comic speech bubbles, everyday sounds, opera prima donnas – no problem for the Swiss performer, who now storms the Grand Hall with his adventuresome band Hildegard Lernt Fliegen.

Elbphilharmonie Grand Hall
25 Oct 2018 | 09:30 and 12:00
Duration: approx. 60 minutes
Orders accepted from 21 Aug 2018, 11:00

Christoph Altstaedt

School Years 9-10

Etruschka

junge norddeutsche philharmonie
conductor Christoph Altstaedt

Igor Stravinsky: Petrushka
Etruschka (with live electronics)

Where the puppets dance: during Shrovetide Fair a dubious puppeteer’s marionettes come to life, fall in love and then begin to squabble. Igor Stravinsky composed a ballet based on this mysterious story, and this is performed at the Elbphilharmonie, first in the original and then in an updated version. With electronic beats and sounds, the spirits of the puppets roam through the circles of the Grand Hall. But don’t be afraid – they just want to dance!

Elbphilharmonie Grand Hall
5 Jun 2019 | 09:30 and 12:00
Duration: approx. 60 minutes
Orders accepted from 13 Nov 2018, 11:00

School Years 11-13

Freigeist / Free Spirit

Mahler Chamber Orchestra

Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92

To be free – this idea fascinated Beethoven his whole life and it also surfaces in his music. He even dedicated his Seventh Symphony to the victims of the power-hungry Napoleon. The members of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra are also free and independent – and just like Beethoven they love to push through musical boundaries. In this compered school concert they play without a conductor and show that Beethoven’s ideals are just as topical today as they ever were.

Elbphilharmonie Grand Hall
6 Nov 2018 | 09:30 and 12:00
Duration: approx. 60 minutes
Orders accepted from 21 Aug 2018, 11:00

ZukunftsMusik

School Years 10–13

»Do you also listen to pop music?« When Hamburg school pupils ask top musicians questions about their classical music career, they are usually surprised by the answers. These face-to-face encounters are made possible by the ZukunftsMusik (Music of Tomorrow) fund. In music lessons at school – supported by Elbphilharmonie music educators – pupils first learn all about the compositions that make up the current repertoire of the musicians. Following discussions with the musicians or rehearsal sessions, the school pupils are offered the chance to visit a concert in the evening and watch »their« artists perform live on stage.

  • All offers apply only to schools located in Hamburg
  • Tickets: €5.00
  • Accompanying persons also require a ticket
  • For 10 people, one accompanying person can attend for free; from 11 people, two accompanying persons can attend for free
  • All offers also apply to schools for mentally or physically handicapped children
All 2018/19 ZukunftsMusik Dates at a Glance
Steve Reich

Booking

Order requests will be accepted online from:

  • 26 June 2018 for events in August and September 2018
  • 21 August 2018 for events from October 2018 to January 2019
  • 13 November 2018 for events from February to June 2019

World of Instruments

Pick up your instruments, get ready, go! Whether it's a violin or a trombone, the much-travelled Indonesian gamelan or the heavenly celeste: with over 500 instruments in the Elbphilharmonie's World of Instruments, a visit just to look at them would be worth it. But visitors have the chance to do more than just observe: all the instruments can be touched and played as well. The workshops always focus on enjoying playing together with others – prior knowledge is not required. The new season sees a further extension of the already wide range of courses: 13 different workshops, divided into the sections »Klassiko«, »Kreativ« and »Kosmos«, invite the public to join in.

  • All offers apply only to schools located in Hamburg
  • Tickets: €5.00
  • Accompanying persons also require a ticket
  • For 10 people, one accompanying person can attend for free; from 11 people, two accompanying persons can attend for free
  • All offers also apply to schools for mentally or physically handicapped children
All World of Instruments Courses for School Classes 2018/19 (134.0 KB)

World of Instruments – Book Workshops

Order requests will be accepted online from:

  • 26 June 2018 for events in August and September 2018
  • 21 August 2018 for events from October 2018 to January 2019
  • 13 November 2018 for events from February to June 2019

Klassiko

A classical symphony orchestra is a very colourful bunch: in the back, the fat tuba; in the first row, the violins; in the corner, a splendidly polished harp. Each instrument has its own playing technique and its own unique sound. »Klassiko« invites everyone to discover these musical instruments: »Klassiko Orchesterinstrumente« is an introduction for all first-timers; other workshops are devoted to the different instrument families, and in »Klassiko Alte Musik«, an entire era!

World of Instruments / Klassiko Orchesterinstrumente

School Years 1+

Klassiko Orchester­instrumente

The classical symphony orchestra and its many musical instruments are introduced in the »Klassiko Orchesterinstrumente« workshop. Professional musicians are also on hand to guide students through the first steps of playing each instrument. Join the end-of-workshop jam to uncover whether all the contrasting musical families really do harmonise with one another.

Duration: 90 minutes for workshop, 45 minutes for break and guided tour
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio

School Years 3+

Klassiko Saiten­instrumente / String Instruments

This workshop examines the family of string instruments carefully. On show are the mandolin, banjo and ukulele as well as representatives from the classical symphony orchestra: violin, viola, cello and double bass. Even the harp has its say!

Duration: 90 minutes for workshop, 45 minutes for break and guided tour
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio

School Years 3+

Klassiko Blasinstrumente / Wind Instruments

They may lurk at the back of the orchestra but when they join forces things can get very loud and dramatic indeed: the trumpet, trombone, tuba and company are the powerhouse behind any symphony orchestra. In this workshop, traditional instrument from olden times are also introduced.

Duration: 90 minutes for workshop, 45 minutes for break and guided tour
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio

School Years 3+

Klassiko Schlag­instrumente / Percussion Instruments

In addition to the classical orchestral percussion instruments, this workshop also introduces students to non-European rhythm instruments.

Duration: 90 minutes for workshop, 45 minutes for break and guided tour
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio

School Years 5-8

Klassiko Alte Musik / Early Music

What did music sound like in 1500? What is a shawm, bombard and a slide trumpet – and more importantly: is it possible to play these musical instruments today? The acclaimed Capella de la Torre gives an insight into a fascinating musical era and invites students to experience it for themselves.

Duration: 180 minutes for workshop, 45 minutes for break and guided tour
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio

Kosmos

The Elbphilharmonie is well-frequented with classical symphony orchestras – but jazz, organ and countless other music genres from all across the world also make up the concert hall's diverse music programme. In »Kosmos« workshops, participants are immersed in thoroughly different music worlds – from Caribbean rhythms to the meditative sounds of the Indonesian gamelan.

World of Instruments / Klassiko Orchesterinstrumente

School Years 1-6

Kosmos Klang / Sound

Featuring musical chairs, water spring bowls and many other extraordinary instruments, this workshop invites participants to intensively experience the effect of sounds with the whole body and all senses. Students experience the relaxing effect of the generated vibrations, and the sounds are then even made visible in unusual experiments.

Duration: approx. 120 minutes for workshop, 45 minutes for break and guided tour
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio

School Years 3+

Kosmos Percussion

In this workshop, curious school pupils embark on a sound expedition around the world and get to know many different percussion instruments: drums and rattles, but also less common ones like the pakhawaj, kpanlogo and shekere. The instruments hail from all corners of the earth, from the Caribbean to India, and some have travelled thousands of kilometres to the Elbphilharmonie from lands far away.

Duration: 90 minutes for workshop, 45 minutes for break and guided tour
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio

School Years 3+

Kosmos Gamelan

In this workshop, students are taken on a journey to south-eastern Asia, more precisely: Indonesia. On a unique, 70-year-old set of gamelan instruments formed of gongs, bronze mallet percussion instruments and drums, the participants work together on a traditional piece of music as well as have the opportunity to explore the exotic sounds using their own musical ideas.

Duration: 165 minutes for workshop, 45 minutes for break and guided tour
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio

School Years 5+

Kosmos Jazzinstrumente / Jazz Instruments

Participants get to know the basics of jazz and typical jazz instruments before rehearsing a short jazz piece. Previous knowledge is not required.

Duration: 90 minutes for workshop, 45 minutes for break and guided tour
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio

School Years 7+

Kosmos Orgel / Organ

Organist Thomas Cornelius demonstrates how the organ works using a specially-built pipe organ model for this workshop. Then it's off to the Grand Hall to have an extensive examination of the majestic Elbphilharmonie organ with its 4,765 pipes – trying out is explicitly allowed!

Duration: 150 minutes for workshop (incl. break – guided tour not included)
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio and Grand Hall

Kreativ

The fun of trial and error, the charm of doing something completely new and crazy: many great masterpieces have been created in these ways – and countless composer careers have so begun. In the »Kreativ« workshops, participants can put their own ideas into action: previously recorded sound clips are prcoessed on the »Klangsafari«; in the »Komposition« workshop, students can slip into the role of composers themselves.

World of Instruments / Kreativ Klangsafari

School Years 1+

Kreativ Klangsafari

Music by composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky is a hundred years old and more – and yet it remains extremely popular. This workshop explores the nuts and bolts of composition. With various sound experiments and improvisation techniques, students get to grips with this exciting world and work on their own pieces.

Duration: 165 minutes for workshop, 45 minutes for break and guided tour
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudios

School Years 3+

Kreativ Komposition

On a sound safari through the Elbphilharmonie: we find exciting sounds not only in music on and behind the stage, but also in the walls of the concert hall. In this workshop, school pupils start off on an expedition with the aid of headphones and an iPad in small groups. Everything and anything they find acoustically interesting is recorded using a simple app. Later, the participants produce their own experimental musical miniature from their collected tones!

Duration: approx. 210 minutes (incl. guided tour and break)
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudios

Panorama

School Years 5+

»Panorama« offers the complete World of Instruments package for the most curious newcomers on four Fridays. The students go on a journey through the three areas of Klassiko, Kosmos and Kreativ and discover the instruments of a classical symphony orchestra as well as sounds and instruments from all over the world. Everything that sounds is thoroughly tested and explored. Together, the students collect ideas for their own composition, which is then presented to invited guests on the final day. Play in a concert at the Elbphilharmonie: check!

Duration: 4 x 210 minutes (incl. guided tour and breaks)
Venue: Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio

Schools Make Music

From the schoolyard straight to the stage: it's a well-known fact that Hamburg's school students have quite a few skills. With the school music project »Schulen musizieren« (Schools Make Music), the Bundesverband Musikunterricht (German Association for Music Teaching) gives them a chance to show what they can do. Selected school choirs, bands and orchestras regularly appear on stage all over Hamburg as part of the project, and the young musicians have now added a new venue to their tour plan in the shape of the Elbphilharmonie. All the city's school ensembles can apply, and a jury will then choose five to six ensembles to appear in the Elbphilharmonie Recital Hall.

Participation

Apply online at hh.bmu-musik.de

Application deadline: Monday, 5 Nov 2018

Kindergartens

Kindergarten Concerts

In five imaginative music theatre productions in the Kaistudio, young ones can escape into wonderful music worlds. The performances not only offer first-class music, but also proffer plenty for the visual sense. There are exciting stories to listen to and cheer on, from floating magical beings to the adventures of an unusual animal gang.

  • The ordering period for each kindergarten concert starts at different times. The relevant date is noted individually for each concert.
  • All offers apply only to kindergartens located in Hamburg
  • Tickets: €5.00, ticket requests only possible online via this webpage
  • Teachers and accompanying persons also require a ticket
  • For a kindergarten group of 10 persons or less, two accompanying persons can attend for free; from 15 persons or more, three accompanying persons

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Funkelkonzert S / NEST

Ages 3+

Nest

Ann De Prest voice
Astrid Bossuyt violin
Karel van Ransbeek concept, direction
Theater De Spiegel production

In a big but comfortable nest, a violinist and a singer embark on a journey of musical discovery. The nest provides safety and warmth for their egg to hatch, to dream and to chirp like the birds. The chicks hatch – and eventually take flight.

Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio
21 Sept 2018 | 09:30 and 11:15
Duration: approx. 45 minutes
Orders accepted from 26 Jun 2018, 11:00

Funkelkonzert M / Krickelkrakel

Ages 3+

Krickelkrackel

Alle Hoeken van de Kamermuziek
Rudi van Hest clarinet
Jaber Fayad oud
Gerard de Bruyne illustration

Three men meet up every day in Krickelkrakel, always at the same place. Sometimes they argue, sometimes they speak with one another without saying a word. Three very different men, each does his own thing, in his own way. However, unaware that all three dream the same dream.

Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio
16 Nov 2018 | 09:30 and 11:15
Duration: approx. 45 minutes
Orders accepted from 21 Aug 2018, 11:00

Funkelkonzert S / Glimp

Ages 3+

Glimp

Lotte van Dijck vocals, images
Tony Overwater violone, double bass
Rob Kloet percussion
Bram de Goeij production

What do colours sound like? Who understands the moon? What does the sun say? What sounds deeper – a double bass or a bass drum? How do you play a thunderbolt? Glimp takes listeners away to an enchanted dream world in which sounds and images play together and with the audience.

Elbphilharmonie Recital Hall
18 Feb 2019 | 09:30 and 11:15
Duration: approx. 40 minutes
Order accepted from 21 Aug 2018, 11:00

Funkelkonzert M / Schnick

Ages 3+

Schnick

Catriona McKay Celtic harp
Christopher Stout fiddle
Pietro Gaudioso dance
Serena Galante dance
Dan Tanson idea, concept, direction

Extraordinary magical melodies attract bizarre white beings. They glide over the floor like a bow over the strings of a violin and together they decide to build a world of paper. Music and movement develop into a playground of soaring lightness.

Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio
22/25 Feb 2019 | 09:30 and 11:15
Duration: approx. 45 minutes
Orders accepted from 13 Nov 2018, 11:00

Funkelkonzert M / Jazzoo

Ages 3+

Jazzoo

Oddjob
Goran Kajfeš trumpet
Per »Ruskträsk« Johansson saxophone
Peter Forss bass guitar
Daniel Karlsson piano, organ
Lars Skoglund drums
Helene Berg video

Can koalas skateboard? This jazz combo’s groovy tunes bring animals to life like you’ve never seen before. In animated drawings, a kangaroo, an elephant and a whale go on an exciting adventure. The five members of the Swedish band Oddjob open a musical picture book full of colour, sound and rhythm.

Elbphilharmonie Kaistudio
24 May 2019 | 09:30 and 11:15
Duration: approx. 45 minutes
Orders accepted from 13 Nov 2018, 11:00

Klingendes Mobil / Sound Mobile

The Klingendes Mobil makes its way to cultural centres, kindergartens and primary schools throughout the city. With around 50 classical and non-European musical instruments on board, a range of programmes specially designed for different age groups are offered by professional music educators on location.

In addition to visits to kindergartens, the sound mobile also makes a weekly stop in each of the Altona, Eidelstedt, Jenfeld, Schnelsen or Sasel, Barmbek and Wilhelmsburg cultural centres and can be visited by groups.

  • Tickets: €20.00 per event
  • The maximum kindergarten group size is 24 children
SoundMobile

Booking and Information

Order requests will be accepted online from:

  • 26 June 2018 for events in August and September 2018
  • 21 August 2018 for events from October 2018 to January 2019
  • 13 November 2018 for events from February to June 2019

Visit the Klingendes Mobil / Sound Mobile

Visit the Klingendes Mobil in the Eidelstedt, Jenfeld, Wilhelmsburg or Sasel cultural centres with your kindergarten group!

Start: 09:00, 10:30 and 12:00
Duration: 60 minutes each (no break)

Dates and Locations

Zinnschmelze Barmbek
Mon, 17 Sept / Tue, 18 Sept / Wed, 19 Sept / Thu, 20 Sept
Maurienstraße 19, 22305 Hamburg

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Eidelstedter Bürgerhaus
Tue, 23 Oct / Wed, 24 Oct / Thu, 25 Oct / Fri, 26 Oct
Alte Elbgaustraße 12, 22523 Hamburg

Motte e.V. (Altona)
Mon, 19 Nov / Tue, 20 Nov / Wed, 21 Nov / Thu, 22 Now / Fri, 23 Nov
Eulenstraße 43, 22765 Hamburg

Jenfeld-Haus
Mon, 21 Jan / Tue, 22 Jan / Wed, 23 Jan / Thu, 24 Jan / Fri, 25 Jan
Charlottenburger Straße 1, 22045 Hamburg

Freizeitzentrum Schnelsen
Mon, 25 Mar / Tue, 26 Mar / Wed, 27 Mar / Thu, 28 Mar / Fri, 29 Mar
Wählingsallee 16, 22459 Hamburg

Bürgerhaus Wilhelmsburg
Mon, 1 Apr / Tue, 2 Apr / Wed, 3 Apr / Thu, 4 Apr / Fri, 5 Apr
Mengestraße 20, 21107 Hamburg

Sasel-Haus
Mon, 6 May / Tue, 7 May / Wed, 8 May / Thu, 9 May / Fri, 10 May
Saseler Parkweg 3, 22393 Hamburg

Booking

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Book the Klingendes Mobil / Sound Mobile

Invite the Klingendes Mobil to visit your kindergarten! All that’s needed for the presentation are two rooms in your day-care centre and a parking bay for the Klingendes Mobil. You can book one, two or three events for the same day.

Duration: 60 minutes per presentation (no break)
Only bookable in Hamburg

Dates

August 2018: Tue, 21 Aug – Thu, 23 Aug / Mon, 27 Aug – Fri, 31 Aug

September 2018: Tue, 4 Sept – Thu, 6 Sept / Tue, 25 Sept – Thu, 27 Sept

October 2018: Tue, 16 Oct – Fri, 19 Oct

November 2018: Tue, 6 Nov – Thu, 8 Nov / Wed, 14 Nov – Fri, 16 Nov / Tue, 27 Nov – Thu, 29 Nov

December 2018: Tue, 4 Dec – Thu, 6 Dec / Mon, 10 Dec – Fri, 14 Dec / Mon, 17 Dec – Wed, 19 Dec

January 2019: Mon, 7 Jan – Thu, 10 Jan / Tue, 15 Jan – Fri, 18 Jan

February 2019: Tue, 5 Feb – Thu, 7 Feb / Tue, 12 Feb – Thu, 14 Feb / Tue, 19 Feb – Thu, 21 Feb / Tue, 26 Feb – Thu, 28 Feb

March 2019: Fri, 1 Mar / Mon, 18 Mar – Fri, 22 Mar

April 2019: Tue, 9 Apr – Fri, 12 Apr / Mon, 15 Apr – Thu, 18 Apr / Tue, 23 Apr – Thu, 25 Apr

May 2019: Tue, 21 May – Thu, 23 May / Mon, 27 May – Wed, 29 May

June 2019: Tue, 4 Jun – Fri, 7 Jun / Mon, 17 Jun – Thu, 20 Jun

Booking

Book by phone or email:

mitmachen@elbphilharmonie.de
phone: +49 40 357 666 336 (Tue–Fri / 12:00–15:00)

Google Expeditions

Discover the world from the comfort of your classroom: Travel to innumerable historic landmarks and view them in 3D with the Google Expeditions App. The Elbphilharmonie too!

The app leads you on an immersive virtual trip through the Elbphilharmonie with the help of questions and explanations about the architecture of the concert halls, the features of the Elbphilharmonie organ and much more.

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