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Ensemble New Babylon
Ensemble New Babylon

Laeiszhalle Hamburg Studio E

Ensemble New Babylon


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The German-Israeli programme of the Bremen Ensemble New Babylon forges a cultural link between the two cultures with works by composers from both Germany and Israel. The concert features works by three German and four Israeli composers, among them no fewer than four world premieres!


Ensemble New Babylon

Isabelle Raphaelis flute
Benjamin Fischer oboe
Benedikt Bindewald violin
Hannah Craib viola
Lynda Anne Cortis violoncello
Tobias Hamann drums
Mireia Vendrell del Álamo piano

conductor Lorenzo Ferrándiz


Shai Cohen
Disegno für Flöte und Kammerensemble

Dganit Elyakim
4_L_is für Flöte, Klavier, Schlagzeug, Violine, Viola, Violoncello

Chaya Czernowin
FardanceCLOSE für Klavier solo

Ari Ben-Shabetai
Sad city für Violine und Klavier

Michael Quell
string I für Oboe solo

Benedikt Bindewald
Bab(b)el für Flöte, Oboe, Viola, Violoncello, Schlagzeug

Brigitta Muntendorf
Public Privacy #1 Flute Cover

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Promoter: Ensemble New Babylon GbR

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Along with a wide range of food options, a large and changing selection of wines and the perfect delicacies to go with them are on offer before events and during the interval.

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Laeiszhalle Hamburg
Studio E

Studio E has a charming small stage with direct daylight and offers seating for 150 people.

  • Entrance

    The entrance to Studio E is located at Dammtorwall 46.

  • Accessibility

    Accessible Entrance: The entrance to Studio at Dammtorwall 46 is located at ground level and accessible for persons with disabilities.

    Six parking spaces for visitors with disabilities are available in front of the Artists’ Entrance on Dragonerstall.

    Wheelchair Spaces: Three spaces for wheelchair users and their companions are situated on the gallery (at ground level). All further seats are only accessible via stairs. Learn more

  • Getting Here

    Laeiszhalle Hamburg
    20355 Hamburg

    The Laeiszhalle can be easily reached by bus, underground and bicycle.

    The nearest stops include:
    Underground line U2: Gänsemarkt / Messehallen
    Underground line U1: Stephansplatz  
    Bus 4, 5, 109, Schnellbus 34, 36: Stephansplatz
    Bus 3, 112, Schnellbus 35, 36: Johannes-Brahms-Platz
    City bicycle (Stadtrad) station: Sievekingplatz / Gorch-Fock-Wall

  • Parking

    Gänsemarkt multistorey car park: Dammtorwall / Welckerstrasse, 20355 Hamburg

    First 30 minutes: €2.00
    First 60 minutes: €4.00
    Rate per further hour or part thereof: €4.00
    Night Rate (18:00–06:00): maximum €11.00
    24-Hour Rate: maximum €30.00

  • Photography and Video Recordings

    Photography is permitted at the Laeiszhalle for private purposes only. Please respect the privacy of other visitors and help ensure an undisturbed concert experience for all guests and artists. Employees and artists may not be photographed.

    Photography, audio or video recordings of concerts and events are strictly prohibited.

    Event-related video recordings or photographs for editorial or commercial purposes must be authorised by the Press Office of the Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle.

  • Smoking Ban

    Smoking is prohibited throughout the entire premises of the Laeiszhalle.

  • Accessibility

    All halls and spaces are accessible for visitors with disabilities. More information at www.elbphilharmonie.de/en/accessibility.

  • Arrival Time

    The foyers of the Grand and Recital Halls open their doors 90 minutes before the start of the concert or event. The bars in each foyer open simultaneously.

    Admission into the halls begins 30 minutes before the start of the concert or event; for events offering pre-concert talks, admission into the halls begins 60 minutes before the start of the concert.

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