Astronomers in the ancient world already tried to work out the laws that govern the universe. The ensemble ORLANDOviols gives people a chance to experience the magic of the planets with works from the Renaissance to the present, played on viols and accompanied by live electronics and a light installation. A taster of the guest appearance by Ensemble Correspondances at the Laeiszhalle on 28 January.
Frauke Hess viola da gamba
Giso Grimm viola da gamba
Júlia Vetö viola da gamba
Claas Harders viola da gamba
David Grimm sound
Hille Perl viola da gamba
Barlach Halle K
Barlach Halle K is located right in the heart of the city, between the Kunstverein and the museum mile at the centre of the Hamburg art scene. Hamburg’s main train station is in close proximity, HafenCity starts just a few metres to the south, and the city centre with the town hall tower rising high above the rooftops is right on the doorstep. Halle K is a venue for exhibitions, receptions and events.
Barlach Halle K is easily reached by bus, train or bicycle.
Distance from Hamburg Central Station: 800 metres or approx. 8 minutes (possible by foot)
Distance from underground station U1 Steinstraße: 100 metres or approx. 1 minute (possible by foot)
Numerous multistorey car parks are located in the vicinity of Hamburg Central Station.
Parking Garage Hauptbahnhof Centrum P1 Hühnerposten 1-2, 20097 Hamburg (opening hours: 04:00-22:00)
Parking charge is €5.00 for up to four hours and €2.00 per hour thereafter.
Barlach Halle K is accessible for persons with limited mobility.