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Zeise Kinos Großer Saal
Artemis: The Neverending Quartet
The Artemis Quartet has been in the top league of the world's chamber music ensembles for 30 years now. Before its anniversary concert at the Elbphilharmonie on 16 November, the Zeise cinema is showing a film portrait of the quartet. After the film, the artists talk about the making of the film.
Vineta Sareika violin
Gregor Sigl viola
Suyoen Kim violin
Harriet Krijgh violoncello
Anne Kussmaul talk
Zeise Kinos has been offering a sophisticated and entertaining art-house cinema programme from Germany, Europe and the world in the unique atmosphere of a former propeller factory since 1993. Surrounded by countless bars, cafes and restaurants, the cinema is located in the middle of Hamburg’s vibrant Ottensen quarter. The Great Hall has a capacity for 367 cinemagoers and is regarded as one of Germany’s most beautiful cinema auditoriums.
Zeise Kinos is easily accessable via bus, train and bicycle.
Overground lines (S-Bahn): Altona. Approx. 6 minutes by foot.
Bus lines 2, 37 or 150: Friedensallee
»Zeise-Hof« Multistorey Car Park
(Corner of Friedensallee/Behringstraße)
Entry until 23:00, exit at any time. Evening fee (17:00-23:00): €4.00
The movie theatre is not accessible for persons with limited mobility.
Mon-Fri: 15 minutes before the first screening
Sat-Sun: 30 minutes before the first screening