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The Great Harry Hillman
The Great Harry Hillman © Reto Andreoli

Elbphilharmonie Kulturcafé

Jazz im Kulturcafé

Jazz in the Kulturcafé

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The band »The Great Harry Hillman« is named after the American athlete and gold medal winner Harry Hillman. Set up 105 years after he won gold in the Olympics, the young Swiss formation makes music that deserves a gold medal itself: jazz, rock and improvisation blend in the hands of »The Great Harry Hillman« to form a complex and enthralling sound played with calm power by four sensitive musicians. Their concerts sparkle with energy and humour, yet there is no lack of musical depth. They will be presenting their third studio album, »TILT«, in the Kulturcafé.


The Great Harry Hillmann

David Koch guitar, efx
Nils Fischer soprano saxophone, bass clarinet
Samuel Huwyler bass guitar
Dominik Mahnig drums

approx. 60 min.

Promoter: HamburgMusik


Elbphilharmonie Kulturcafé

Situated in the centre of Hamburg, residents and tourists alike can get information on concerts and cultural activities in the Hanseatic city and book tickets here. Frequent cultural events can be enjoyed on the first floor of the Kulturcafé.

  • Opening Hours

    New opening hours:
    Mon- Fri, 11:00-18:00
    Sat, 11:00-16:00
    Closed on Sun and public holidays

  • Getting Here

    Elbphilharmonie Kulturcafé
    am Mönckebergbrunnen
    Barkhof 3 20095 Hamburg

    The Kulturcafé is in walking distance from Hamburg Central Station.

    Underground line U3: Mönckebergstraße
    Bus M3, M4, M5, M6, 31, 34, 35, 36, 37, 109: Gerhart-Hauptmann-Platz
    Schnellbus 31-37 are subject to surcharge.

  • Accessibility

    The Kulturcafé is not accessible for persons with disabilities.

  • Contact for Artists

    Artists that are interested in performing at the Kulturcafé can contact Mr Stephan Pöter at:

    phone:  +49 40 357 666 279

Elbphilharmonie Kulturcafé
Elbphilharmonie Kulturcafé © Michael Zapf