¡Viva Beethoven!: The complete symphonic works of Beethoven – with the Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar ...
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on 02 April 2017
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Wie klingt die Heimat? Wie die Fremde? Ein Konzert für Kinder ab 7 Jahren.
Einblicke in das große Musikvermittlungsprogramm »El Sistema« aus Venezuela.
A photo album to accompany the »Salām Syria« festival
Oriental sounds, jazz and free improvisation are on the line-up for the finale of the ...
»MYRINX«, the video installation at the main entrance of the Elbphilharmonie, turns sounds into art.
Two and a half minutes of soul-searching questions.
Thorsten Bauer devised a striking video installation for the LED wall at the Elbphilharmonie entrance ...
The media wall at the Elbphilharmonie main entrance.
The composer was the focus of the »Lux aeterna« festival opening.
The Deichtorhallen displays artworks inspired by the Elbphilharmonie.
How do you feel just before you go on stage? This year’s Rising Stars answer ...
The opening festival ended with an exhilarating finale: impressions from Family Day
The world’s best orchestras visit the Elbphilharmonie: the Vienna Philharmonic’s concert is now available on ...
What does the Elbphilharmonie sound like? Young sound detectives were listening carefully on Family Day.
A somewhat different acoustic test.
Ceremony guests, videos of the light show and photographic impressions from the opening festival.
The Hamburg-based techno marching band interactive and in 360-degrees.
Two films explain all about the king of instruments, the pipe organ, in the Elbphilharmonie.
Unlimited music experiences, world-class artists and extraordinary architecture.
Revisit the Elbphilharmonie’s opening festivities from 11 January 2017 – ceremonial act and concert included: ...
Watch the concert in the Grand Hall in 360-degrees with a Google Cardboard headset. Available ...
A spectacular light show lit up the outside of the Elbphilharmonie on 11 January.
What’s it like to dance on top of the staircase railings in the Grand Hall ...
Find out more about the Elbphilharmonie’s World of Instruments.
Coffee-table piece or an architectural tome? Three newly published Elbphilharmonie books are presented here.