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Thu, 13 Sep 2018 19:00
»Story Teller« / Mare Nostrum
Meeting new people, discussing the issues of the day, enjoying a fine meal: this is the successful concept of Story Tellers, an event that has been bringing people together over dinner since 2016. Tonight's edition of Story Tellers focuses on easy-going topics such as the Mediterranean, wanderlust and jazz, which makes the evening a close cousin of jazz trio Mare Nostrum's concert on 20 September, headed by the well-known accordionist Richard Galliano. The trio likewise deals with seafaring subjects in its music. Lady accordionist Terhi Romu will put the audience in the right mood with music from Italy and France as well as works by Richard Galliano.
The Elbphilharmonie’s supporting programme offers a variety of different angles on the music performed – either to complement the concert itself, or as an experience in its own right. As a rule, the Elbphilharmonie+ events are interdisciplinary in nature: exhibitions, talks to accompany a particular concert or events featuring flamenco dancing or scat singing. They take place in the Elbphilharmonie itself in some cases, as well as in museums, libraries and local culture centres.
Terhi Romu Akkordeon
The Oberhafen Kantine was one of the last ones built in Hamburg, and is also the only one still standing: this rare, small, brick building built on the doorstep to Hamburg’s port by canteen manager Hermann Sparr in 1925 has become slightly tilted from decades of storm floods and washouts. The resulting damage and consistent danger of collapse forced the canteen to close its doors regularly. Restauranteur Sebastian Libbert took over management of the canteen in 2011.
Underground line U1 to Steinstraße, 9 minutes to venue by foot
Bus 602 to Oberhafenbrücke, 2 minutes to venue by foot
Latest information and reservations for private events at oberhafenkantine-hamburg.de.
A large car park located in front of the venue offers free parking to guests.
The venue is not fully accessible. Toilets can only be accessed via eight steps and therefore are not suitable for persons with mobility disabilities.