Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Hamburg, Germany

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January 2018
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HamburgJan Lisiecki

Chopin, Schumann, Ravel, Rachmaninov
Jan Lisiecki, Piano

HamburgDon Quixote

Minkus: Don Quixote
Marius Petipa; Hamburg Ballet; Garrett Keast; Nicholas Georgiadis; Hamburg Philharmonic

HamburgDreams of America

Britten, Conus, Barber, Bernstein
Hamburger Symphoniker; Eivind Gullberg Jensen; Adrian Iliescu

HamburgSir András Schiff

Bach, Mozart
Cappella Andrea Barca; Sir András Schiff; Schaghajegh Nosrati

HamburgOrchestra di Santa Cecilia, Anne-Sophie Mutter und Sir Antonio Pappano

Beethoven, Strauss R.
Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia; Sir Antonio Pappano; Anne-Sophie Mutter

HamburgTalente entdecken: Filippo Gorini

Filippo Gorini, Piano
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Hamburg Bohème a feast for voyeurs

Johannes Laiacker’s inspired set designs were a perfect example of how a modern setting can avoid being gratuitously iconoclastic.
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Manze spans the centuries at the Elbphilharmonie

Marking his debut with the NDR Elbphilharmonieorchester, Andrew Manze nails his colours to the mast with Purcell and Vaughan Williams as well as accompanying Alban Gerhardt in Walton.
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Sara Mingardo leads a strong cast in Hamburg Ulisse

Willy Decker's production, presented in Zürich in 2014, is revived at the Hamburgische Staatsoper with most of the same cast
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Unexpected promise: Bryce Dessner at the Elbphilharmonie

Launching a new “Reflektor” series of short festivals, Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie invited Bryce Dessner to curate two days of concerts.
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Closer to St. Trinian’s than Braveheart: Lucia in Hamburg

Neither Sir Walter Scott nor Donizetti were well served by the farcical staging, but finally bellissimo bel canto prevailed over the production.
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Homoki’s Rigoletto brings the Bundesliga to Hamburg

At least the colour-coded characters in Andreas Homoki’s farcical production made it easy to know which team to barrack for.
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