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Hauptbühne

Hauptbühne

Blohm+Voss, Hermann-Blohm-Str. 3

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The industrial charm of Blohm+Voss is part and parcel of ELBJAZZ's DNA – as is the Hauptbühne, located at the shipyard. Surrounded by massive containers and offering a fantastic panoramic view of the port of Hamburg, the Hauptbühne presents a wide-ranging programme of well-known artists from the German and international music scene.

Am Helgen

Am Helgen

Blohm+Voss, Hermann-Blohm-Str. 3

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Situated between enormous cranes, the Am Helgen stage is within spitting distance of the Hauptbühne and is once again this year providing a pleasant outdoor setting for a variety of ELBJAZZ acts. It is the second open-air venue at the Blohm+Voss shipyard and when it comes to charm and concert programme it's every bit the equal of its "big sister".

Schiffbauhalle

Schiffbauhalle

Blohm+Voss, Hermann-Blohm-Str. 3

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Once again this year a shipbuilding hall at Blohm+Voss will be used as an indoor stage. With a seated capacity of several hundred, the venue offers plenty of space for intense concert moments. In addition to the musical highlights, there is one very special feature: a virtual concert with Michael Wollny! The Schiffbauhalle is also the venue for the award ceremony of the Hamburg Jazz Prize.

Hauptkirche St. Katharinen

Hauptkirche St. Katharinen

Katharinenkirchhof 1, Hamburg

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Situated on Hamburg’s harbour front, Hauptkirche St. Katharinen dates back more than 760 years. Its Baroque steeple is one of the jewels of the skyline above Hamburg’s Altstadt, Speicherstadt, and HafenCity districts. An exceptional place to hear jazz – and an immensely popular ELBJAZZ venue!

Elbphilharmonie (Grand Hall)

Elbphilharmonie (Grand Hall)

Platz der Deutschen Einheit 1 (HafenCity), Hamburg

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The Grand Hall is the centrepiece of the Elbphilharmonie. Its special vineyard-style architecture ensures that no audience member is seated more than 30 metres away from the artist. Ten thousand sheets of gypsum fibre panels – aided by a reflector suspended from the middle of the vaulted ceiling – project sound into every corner of the space. The Grand Hall is to host a total of six ELBJAZZ concerts

Elbphilharmonie (Recital Hall)

Elbphilharmonie (Recital Hall)

Platz der Deutschen Einheit 1 (HafenCity), Hamburg

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After its successful premiere last year, the Elbphilharmonie Recital Hall features in ELBJAZZ once again. With its rectangular shape, the hall was designed in the classic "shoebox" style. Elegantly milled wooden panelling provides perfect acoustics. No reservations are required for concerts in the Recital Hall, however a seat ticket must be collected from the Elbphilharmonie Visitor Centre.

Elbphilharmonie (Kaistudios)

Elbphilharmonie (Kaistudios)

Platz der Deutschen Einheit 1 (HafenCity), Hamburg

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In the past, this was where goods were loaded from ships directly into the warehouse via cargo hatches. These days, the Kaistudios are home to the Elbphilharmonie’s wide-ranging music education programme. During ELBJAZZ, music workshops for adults and children will be held here. These focus on exploring and playing instruments that are central to jazz – from the double bass to the trombone. Advance registration required.

MS Stubnitz

MS Stubnitz

Kirchenpauerkai Baakenhafen, Hamburg

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It has been some time since the MS Stubnitz was used for fishing. A rare relic of the former East German deep-sea fishing industry, the ship is now a much loved maritime venue for contemporary music performances and cultural events. Once again this year, the Stubnitz is an ELBJAZZ venue, and its deck and hold provide plenty of space for a lot of jazz!

HfMT Young Talents

HfMT Young Talents

Platz der Deutschen Einheit (HafenCity), Hamburg

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As in previous years, the forecourt of the Elbphilharmonie is home to a large open-air stage. Here, festivalgoers can experience performances by the talented students of the Hochschule für Musik und Theater (HfMT).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Credits: Jens Schlenker, Dario Dumancic, Robin Schmiedebach, Jens Schlenker, Claudia Hoehne, Michael Zapf, Claudia Hoehne,  www.spahrbier.de, Christoph Niemann