Plaza der Elbphilharmonie - Aufgang Großer Saal © / Michael Zapf / Architekten Herzog & de Meuron

32,000 tickets now available for "Elbphilharmonie Summer"

Tickets for 16 concerts on sale - from classical music, jazz, pop and world music to film scores

A total of 32,000 tickets for the Elbphilharmonie Summer in August 2019 are now on sale. The concerts will feature the Brazilian musician Gilberto Gil, Chilly Gonzales and Aarhus Symfoniorkester & Bell Orchestre, who will perform in the Grand Hall as well as many other well-known musicians. A total of four orchestras will debut including Denmark’s Königliche Kapelle Kopenhagen, Spain’s Orquestra de Cadaqués, the National Youth Orchestra of the USA and the European Union Orchestra. Tickets can be ordered online or purchased at well-known ticket agencies.

5 classical, 5 pop, 3 jazz concerts and a double of classical-pop music

Grand old men of jazz such as the saxophonist and flautist Charles Lloyd and his “Kindred Spirits” will open the “Elbphilharmonie Summer” on August 7, 2019. The quintet features the exciting and markedly different guitarists Julian Lage und Martin Sewell. No fewer than ten Hamburg choirs, three soloists and the Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Berlioz’s “Te deum” and “Die erste Walpurgisnacht” by Mendelssohn and conducted by Kent Nagano on three consecutive evenings (August 24-26, 2019) making for special musical highlights. Tickets for the concerts will be available from June 20, 2019.

Film concerts in Grand Hall

Two very different performances of film scores will likely enrapture concertgoers in the Grand Hall. Mexican drummer Antonio Sánchez will accompany the cult film “Birdman”, directed by fellow Mexican Alejandro G. Iñárritu, in a live, improvised drum solo on August 9, 2019. A film evening on August 10, 2019 entitled “The Sweetheart & The Daredevil” features two U.S. silent movies from 1920 for which two musicians with the Brussels Jazz Orchestra have composed new music. The comedian Harold Lloyd was by no means inferior to his contemporaries Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. Lloyd’s daring stunts earned him the nickname “King of Daredevil Comedy”.

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