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Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Kleiner Saal
Wed, 10 Jan 2018 19:30
Nico and the Navigators
In a cross-disciplinary performance, singers, performers and musicians set off on a journey of discovery to explore Schubert’s treasure-trove of songs in the here and now. They do so using not only their voices, but their entire repertoire of feelings and movements. In between the opposing poles of intimacy and escape, between past and present, they evolve new forms of interpretation and thus find their own very individual and modern approach to the music of the past.
Julla von Landsberg soprano
Sarah Laulan contra-alto
Ted Schmitz tenor
Nikolay Borchev baritone
Apollon Musagète Quartett
Paweł Zalejski violin
Bartosz Zachłod violin
Piotr Szumieł viola
Piotr Skweres violoncello
Tobias Weber guitar, bass
Matan Porat piano
Michael Shapira choreography and dance
Anna-Luise Recke choreography and dance
Yui Kawaguchi choreography and dance
Bodo Gottschalk camera, live video editing
Oliver Proske backdrop, video
Sonja Winkler stage set assistant
Holger Müller stage set assistant
Cristina Lelli costume design
Miriam Lellek costume assistant
Fabian Bleisch lights
Andreas Fuchs lights
David Rusitschka Ton
Tobias Weber musical adaption and arrangements
Philine Tiezel Dramaturgie und Regieassistenz
artistic director Nicola Hümpel
»Silent Songs into the Wild«
Estimated end time
Fri, 5 Jan 2018 19:00 / Winterreise – Vorstudie für ein nomadisches Leben / A Preliminary Study for a Nomadic Life, Kulturschloss Wandsbek
Blog & Streams
Franz Schubert's moving song cycle – a source of unbroken fascination.
A production by Nico and the Navigators and Bozar Music Brussels. A coproduction with Niedersächsische Musiktage and Konzerthaus Berlin. In cooperation with Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.
Funded by Kulturstiftung des Bundes, Freundeskreis Elbphilharmonie + Laeiszhalle e.V. and the Rusch Foundation.
Enjoy the View
Between the old Kaispeicher and the new glass structure is the Plaza, a public viewing platform on the 8th floor of the Elbphilharmonie. Tickets for concerts in the Grand and Recital Halls include a visit to the Plaza two hours before the start of the concert or event; all other visitors require a Plaza ticket.More about the Plaza
A Diverse Cuisine
Food & Drink
A total of six bars in the Grand Hall and Recital Hall foyers offer concertgoers a varied cuisine before the start of events and in the intervals. Restaurants, cafés, delis and further bars await visitors in the »Störtebeker Elbphilharmonie« and in »The Westin Hamburg« Hotel.More about Food & Drink
The Recital Hall, designed in contrast to the Grand Hall in the classic »shoebox« style, offers seating for up to 550 people.
Finding Your Seat
All visitors enter the building via the main entrance. Admission takes place in the entrance foyer and is by concert ticket only. The »Tube«, an 82-metre-long, curved escalator, leads visitors up to the Plaza following admission
The Recital Hall is situated on the 10th floor and can be accessed via a stairway or lift. A cloakroom is located in the Recital Hall foyer.
Are you curious to find out what kind of view of the stage different seats have? To help select your favourite seat, use your mouse to activate the representative seat views.
The Elbphilharmonie can be easily reached by bus, underground, bicycle and ferry.
Underground line U3: Baumwall (approx. 450 m from the Elbphilharmonie)
Underground line U4: Überseequartier (approx. 950 m from the Elbphilharmonie)
Bus 111: Am Kaiserkai (Elbphilharmonie) (approx. 150 m from the Elbphilharmonie)
City bicycle (Stadtrad) stations: Am Baumwall and Am Kaiserkai / Großer Grasbrook
There are sufficient bicycle stands available in front of the Elbphilharmonie.
Ferry 72 (from Landungsbrücken pier): »Elbphilharmonie« pier
There is limited parking available in the Elbphilharmonie and the HafenCity.
»Elbphilharmonie« multistorey car park (open 24 hours a day, 433 parking spaces):
Parking charge per hour: €4.50
Daily rate: €50.00
Please note that visitors to the Elbphilharmonie should use the entrance marked »Elbphilharmonie«. The entrance »Elbphilharmonie Hotel« is reserved for »The Westin Hamburg« hotel guests and the charge is €5.00 per hour.
Multistorey car park »Speicherstadt«: Am Sandtorkai 6, 20457 Hamburg (722 parking spaces, approx. 750 m from the Elbphilharmonie)
Überseequartier underground car park: Überseeallee 3, 20457 Hamburg (420 parking spaces, approx. 850 m from the Elbphilharmonie)
All halls and spaces are accessible for visitors with disabilities. More information at www.elbphilharmonie.de/en/accessibility.
The Elbphilharmonie is a special building situated in a special place. Allow for plenty of time for getting to the Elbphilharmonie and the way to the concert area. We suggest first-time Elbphilharmonie visitors arrive at the main entrance 30 minutes before the start of the concert or event. Late seating is not guaranteed and latecomers may not be admitted to the concert hall.
Concert tickets for the Grand and Recital Halls authorise a visit to the Plaza from two hours before the start of the concert or event. Visitors to the Kaistudios require a separate Plaza ticket to visit the Plaza.
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.
Smoking is prohibited throughout the entire premises of the Elbphilharmonie.
Photography and Video Recordings
Photography is permitted at the Elbphilharmonie 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.