Tickets at the box office, admission 15, - / reduced 10, - . The Hamburg Council Music: an ensemble with 500 years of history This contrast stimulates the creative dialogue between tradition and the present, of age music and living interpretation. And Hamburg's cool breeze provides a fresh musical wind to this day. The beginnings of the Hamburg Council Music date back to the 16th century. Following the principle of "God in honor and Hamburg for pleasure, pleasure and use", the city provided an elite ensemble of eight council musicians, which was able to compete with many princely court orchestras. The ensemble reached its first flowering in the 17th and 18th centuries among leading musicians such as William Brade, Johann Schop, Georg Ph. Telemann and CPE Bach. Raised again in 1991 by the Gambist Simone Eckert, the ensemble performs today in Germany and many European countries. More than 30 CDs with mostly world premiere recordings Old music and recordings for all German radio broadcasters and the ORF document his rediscoveries of music from the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical. In 2006 and 2010, the ensemble was awarded the Echo Klassik, in 2016 the RITTER Prize of the Oscar and Vera Ritter Foundation Hamburg. In 2017 and 18, the musicians invitations to Oxford / GB, Boston / USA and China.
„Bachs Fürst“ - Die Europareise Fürst Leopolds von Anhalt-Köthen
on October 25, 2018 from 19:00 to 21:00 o'clock in Pinneberg