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Now Known As Laeiszhalle
Date Opened 1908
Venue Capacity 2,023
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Venue Address Johannes-Brahms-Platz
20355 Hamburg

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The Laeiszhalle Music Hall Hamburg is a concert hall in Hamburg, on (today) Johannes Brahms-Rank. She is performing site for national and international musical performances from a variety of genres, including orchestral and choral concerts, chamber music, recitals, concert opera, contemporary music, but also jazz, rock and pop.

At the opening of the Elbe Philharmonic for the season 2009/2010, the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra, the orchestra of Laeiszhalle residence.

With about 400,000 visitors per year, the CCH Laeiszhalle next to the building, the most important concert of the Hanseatic City of Hamburg.

The Hamburg shipowners Carl Laeisz bequeathed the city testamentary a large sum for the construction of a "house for the noble music, which his widow still Sophie Laeisz subsequently increased. That was between 1904 and 1908 under the direction of architect Martin Haller and Emil Meerwein a music hall in the heart of Hamburg in the then-time neo-baroque taste corresponding style (see also historicism). The inauguration ceremony was held on 4 Juni 1908. The Laeiszhalle is an example of civic patronage of the old town Republic ( "Free and Hanseatic City").

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