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Martha Argerich
Martha Argerich © Adriano Heitman
Symphoniker Hamburg
Symphoniker Hamburg © J. Konrad Schmidt
Adrian Iliescu
Adrian Iliescu © Konrad Schmidt

Laeiszhalle Hamburg Großer Saal
Sun, 30 Jun 2019   18:00

Martha Argerich Festival

Hamburg Symphony Orchestra / Martha Argerich / Adrian Iliescu

Tickets from €17.60

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This year’s Martha Argerich Festival comes to a magnificent close: experience several different and fascinating instrument combinations as music-making friends come together for one very special night. The concert starts with intimate chamber music in varying small ensembles, before an orchestra and conductor then take things up a level – and by the end of the night there will be four grand pianos on stage! The cleverly conceived programme weaves various strands of music-historical friendship, with works ranging from Bach and Beethoven to the Schumanns and Brahms.


Symphoniker Hamburg

Péter Gulyka french horn

Geza Hosszu-Legocky violin

Sascha Maisky violin

Mischa Maisky violoncello

Edgar Moreau violoncello

Martha Argerich piano

Sergei Babayan piano

Evgeni Bozhanov piano

Karin Lechner piano

Lily Maisky piano

Sophie Pacini piano

Sergio Tiempo piano

Mauricio Vallina piano

Adrian Iliescu conductor, violin


Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonate G-Dur op. 30/3 für Violine und Klavier

Clara Schumann
Klaviertrio g-Moll op. 17

Robert Schumann
Andante und Variationen B-Dur WoO 10 Nr. 1 / Fassung für zwei Klaviere, zwei Violoncelli und Horn

Johannes Brahms
Sonate F-Dur op. 99 für Violoncello und Klavier

Sergej Prokofjew
Filmmusik / Arrangement für zwei Klaviere von Sergei Babayan

Witold Lutosławski
Variationen über ein Thema von Paganini für zwei Klaviere

Franz Schubert
Klaviertrio Es-Dur D 897 »Notturno«

Johann Sebastian Bach
Konzert für vier Klaviere a-Moll BWV 1065

Promoter: Symphoniker Hamburg

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Food & Drink

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
Großer Saal

Since 1908, the Laeiszhalle has been a meeting place for Hamburg's musical life. The neo-baroque Laeiszhalle Grand Hall accommodates over 2,000 guests.

  • Cloakrooms

    Cloakrooms are located in the foyer areas. Baby carriages, wheeled walkers, walking-stick umbrellas, handbags larger than DIN A3 (42 cm x 30 cm) as well as sport bags, backpacks and suitcases must be checked in at the cloakroom. If required, wheeled walkers can be parked in the immediate vicinity of the hall entrances. Our front of house staff is happy to assist you in this regard.

    Cloakroom fee: €1.50

  • 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

  • Accessibility

    Grand Hall / Brahms Foyer: Accessible Entrance on Gorch-Fock-Wall
    The Brahms Foyer is only accessible to folding wheelchairs or wheelchairs under 75 cm in width.

    Recital Hall / Studio E / Artists' Entrance: Accessible Entrance at Dammtorwall 46
    The Recital Hall is only accessible to folding wheelchairs or wheelchairs under 68 cm in width.

    Three parking spaces for visitors with disabilities are located at the entrance on Gorch-Fock-Wall. Six parking spaces for visitors with disibilites are available in front of the Artists’ Entrance on Dragonerstall.

Laeiszhalle Hamburg
Laeiszhalle Grand Hall © Thies Raetzke