Hamburg / Laeiszhalle

The Laeiszhalle was built at the beginning of the 20th by the architects Martin Haller and Emil Meerwein on what is today Johannes-Brahms-Platz, between the historical center of Hamburg and the park grounds Planten und Blomen (Plants and Flowers). Because of its accommodations and modern features, it was considered the most modern concert hall in Germany after its completion. In 2005 the concert hall, known previously as the “Musikhalle Hamburg,” was renamed to its current “Laeiszhalle,” a name that honors the famous Hamburg ship-owner Carl Heinrich Laeisz, who willed a generous sum for the construction a “proper place for the practice and enjoyment of noble and serious music.”


23 Aug. 2023
7:30 p.m.

Arrival by public transport
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20355 Hamburg

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