"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at Hamburg State Opera
At the end of the "Junge, komm bald wieder" series, the Philharmonic return to the Opera and perform Franz Lehár's "Dein ist mein ganzes Herz" as an emotional declaration of love.

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at Planten un Blomen
The Wasserlichtspiele in Planten un Blomen park also have to pause this summer due to the current situation. There was one exception for a visit to our musicians - with great behind-the-scenes insights!

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at the Elbphilharmonie

Together with Klaus Florian Vogt we recorded three songs from Schubert's "Die Schöne Müllerin" at the Elbphilharmonie.

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at the Miniatur Wunderland
Dorothee Fine and Olivia Jeremias play music by Reinhold Glière in the Miniatur Wunderland.

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at the KomponistenQuartier
Our musicians play music by Georg Philipp Telemann at the KomponistenQuartier. On the program: the Concerto in D major for four violins.

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at the Metropolis
The Metropolis cinema next to the State Opera is also closed, so our musicians take the opportunity to play a piece from the early TV era in the historic ambience of the 1950s.

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at St. Michaelis
From Telemann's Trumpet Concerto our musicians play the Adagio & Allegro at Hamburgs famous church St. Michaelis.

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at the Klimperkiste
Our musicians play the second movement from Mozart's Clarinet Quintet at the traditional bar "Klimperkiste" near the Opera House.

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at the Derby Park
Duo for Tuba and Percussion at the Derby Park in Hamburg Klein Flottbek.

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten
Clara Bellegarde plays Gabriel Fauré at the Grand Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg.

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at the Music Kindergarten
Our second clip from places we miss and which will hopefully get back to their familiar daily routine soon.

"Junge, komm bald wieder!" at the Alster Schimmhalle
Members of the Philharmonic present music in places which are currently not accessible. We would like to remind us all of places which he haven't been able to visit for weeks.

La Traviata – the Kitchen Opera
Opera from the local kitchen: As an opera orchestra, the Philharmonics have played it more than hundret times. During the corona crisis, they present a 4-minute version of the work.

10 years of sponsorship: the Philharmonics are partners of the Musikkindergarten Hamburg, Kent Nagano is the patron of the project. Members of the orchestra regularly visit the Musikkindergarten.

Franz Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin (impressions of the rehearsal)
Klaus Florian Vogt commissioned a version for tenor and chamber ensemble of Schubert's famous cycle, which was rehearsed and performed in March 2019.

The Philharmonic Academy 2017
Concert excerpts from the Hamburg Planetarium with Kent Nagano, Marie-Sophie Pollak and music by Georg Philipp Telemann.

Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9
At the request of Chancellor Angela Merkel, the Philharmonic State Orchestra under Kent Nagano played Beethoven's Ninth Symphony for international guests at the Hamburg G20 summit in July 2017.

Boulez: Répons (impressions of the rehearsals)
In April 2016, Kent Nagano, the Hamburg Philharmonic, the Experimental Studio of the SWR Freiburg and soloists performed a masterpiece of modernism at St. Michaelis: Pierre Boulez' "Répons".

Hector Berlioz' Opera "Les Troyens" at the Hamburg State Opera
Kent Nagano, The Philharmonic State Orchestra Hamburg, Choire of the Hamburg State Opera
Production: Michael Thalheimer, 2015

Mahler Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection"
In August 2012 Simone Young and the Philharmonic State Orchestra Hamburg presented Mahler's Symphony No. 2 in Brisbane, Australia. The work is in a close relation to Hamburg and its orchestra.

100 Musicians, 50 Places, 1 Concert
The biggest Concert in the World

On March 2nd 2009 Simone Young and the Philharmonics played Brahms' 2. Symphony at 50 places in Hamburg. Young conducted via camera from the tower of the St. Michaelis church.

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