Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Großer Saal

CANCELLED: St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra

This concert has already taken place! € 141.60 | 119.10 | 96.60 | 74.10 | 29.10
This concert has already taken place! € 141.60 | 119.10 | 96.60 | 74.10 | 29.10

The concert programme of the Elbphilharmonie and the Laeiszhalle cannot go ahead as planned due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. This event has had to be cancelled – it will not be rescheduled on an alternative date. Under the following link you can request a refund of your ticket price or expressly forgo the refund in support of the cultural scene: Information on tickets refunds and waiving refunds for cancelled events

»This man sees and feels life a thousand times more deeply than all of us together,« said a pianist friend once about Dmitri Shostakovich. Not only did the Soviet composer survive two world wars, he also achieved an extremely dangerous and delicate balancing act in his dealings with the Stalin dictatorship, one that is also reflected in his Sixth Symphony. The symphony was premiered – like so many of his works – by the Saint Petersburg (then Leningrad) Philharmonic Orchestra, one of the country’s oldest orchestras. Yuri Temirkanov has been the orchestra’s chief conductor since 1988 – an impressive record, although his predecessor Yevgeny Mravinsky held the post for 50 years. The 24-year-old high-flyer Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, who made his debut at the Elbphilharmonie as a »Rising Star«, is the soloist for Sibelius’s Violin Concerto.


St. Petersburger Philharmoniker

Emmanuel Tjeknavorian violin

conductor Yuri Temirkanov


Piotr I. Tschaikowsky
Fantasie-Ouvertüre h-Moll »Romeo und Julia«

Jean Sibelius
Konzert für Violine und Orchester d-Moll op. 47

- Interval -

Dmitri Schostakowitsch
Sinfonie Nr. 6 h-Moll op. 54


Visiting Orchestras


CANCELLED: Hamburg International Music Festival

Promoter: Konzertdirektion Dr. Rudolf Goette / HamburgMusik