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Yannick Nézet-Séguin
Yannick Nézet-Séguin © Hans van der Woerd


Elbphilharmonie Subscription 2

Major Symphonic Works in the Elbphilharmonie Grand Hall

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Elbphilharmonie Subscription 2 offers four top orchestras in the Grand Hall and an organ recital to start off with. On the rostrum are two of today's most exciting young conductors: French-Canadian Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Greek-Russian conductor Teodor Currentzis. The series opens with a programme of Baltic music, in which the Elbphilharmonie’s titular organist Iveta Apkalna is accompanied by the legendary Kremerata Baltica. And with Brahms's »A German Requiem«, one of the greatest choral works in music history can be heard in the Grand Hall.

Please note that »Elbphilharmonie Abo 2« will appear on subscription cards.

Subscription Benefits

Up to 30% discount

Compared to individual concerts

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The Subscription Card can be used to receive Elbphilharmonie Card benefits!

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Youth discount
for all
aged 27 and under

Only €10.00 per concert

Booking a Subscription

  • Choosing your seat

    Are you curious to find out what kind of view of the stage different seats have? To help select your favourite seat, use your mouse to activate the representative seat views.

  • Free travel to concerts with HVV

    The subscription card is valid for one return trip (HVV-Gesamtbereich including Schnellbus) to the concert location on the same day as the event.

  • Elbphilharmonie Card as a bonus

    You automatically receive an Elbphilharmonie Card when booking a subscription. That means, you receive a discount of 10% when booking a maximum of two tickets for most concerts.

  • Discounts

    As a subscription holder, the Elbphilharmonie Card benefits also apply to you: a discount of 10% off a maximum of two individually booked tickets for most concerts. Also, all aged 27 and under have the added benefit of an economically priced youth subscription – for most series, only €10.00 per concert (exception: Ensemble Resonanz concerts).

  • Renewal: no problem

    A subscription is valid for the selected series in season and will be renewed for a further season automatically, unless written notice to terminate the renewal is given by 31 May (exception: the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra's Hasi Concerts).

  • Clash of appointments? Swop or transfer!

    If you are unable to attend a concert in your subscription series, a voucher will be issued, which you may then redeem for your chosen concert of the same promoter (exception: the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra's Hasi concerts).

    A maximum of two swops per subscription and season is accepted. Swops can only be executed within season. You must give notice of a swop request in person or by telephone one week before the concert at the latest.

    The right to attend the subscribed concerts can also be transferred to third parties.

  • Online or in person

    Receive information in person about Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle (promoter: HamburgMusik gGmbH), NDR, Symphoniker Hamburg, Ensemble Resonanz and Kammermusikfreunde (Friends of Chamber Music) subscriptions at the ticket shop in the Brahms Kontor.

    Ticket Shop in the Brahms Kontor
    - Subscription Office -
    Located across from the Laeiszhalle on the ground floor of the Brahms Kontor (left-hand side).
    Johannes-Brahms-Platz 1
    20355 Hamburg
    Germany

    Mon-Fri, 11:00-18:00
    Sat, 11:00-16:00

  • Terms & Conditions of Sale

    View the Terms & Conditions for subscriptions here (in German only).