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The Concertgebouw opened its doors in 1888. It has a great tradition of legendary concerts with illustrious names in classical, jazz and world music. Both the Main Hall and the intimate Recital Hall have gained fame and reputation through their exceptional acoustics. The Concertgebouw’s programming includes over seven hundred concerts a year and promotes a number of concert series focused on young talent. TRACKS is the flagship programme for developing new and younger audiences whilst other series programmed by The Concertgebouw include the Sunday Morning Concerts, the Great International Symphony Orchestra series, Vocal series, Chamber Music series and the BankGiro Loterij Summer Concerts. The Concertgebouw education programme reaches over 30.000 children every year. Besides its own concert programming, The Concertgebouw hosts internationally renowned concert series from  for instance the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, the Saturday Matinee and the Master Pianists Series. The Concertgebouw welcomes more than 750.000 visitors every year.

The Concertgebouw opened its doors in 1888. It has a great tradition of legendary concerts with illustrious names in classical, jazz and world music. Both the Main Hall and the intimate Recital Hall have gained fame and reputation through their exceptional acoustics. The Concertgebouw’s programming includes over seven hundred concerts a year and promotes a number of concert series focused on young talent. TRACKS is the flagship programme for developing new and younger audiences whilst other series programmed by The Concertgebouw include the Sunday Morning Concerts, the Great International Symphony Orchestra series, Vocal series, Chamber Music series and the BankGiro Loterij Summer Concerts. The Concertgebouw education programme reaches over 30.000 children every year. Besides its own concert programming, The Concertgebouw hosts internationally renowned concert series from  for instance the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, the Saturday Matinee and the Master Pianists Series. The Concertgebouw welcomes more than 750.000 visitors every year.

14th March 2018

The Arod Quartet, prize-winning musicians and ECHO Rising Stars 2018/19, embark on a long term journey with Dutch classical music audiences in this concert of Mendelssohn, Beethoven and French composer Benjamin Attahir. Taking place as part of The Concertgebouw’s Entrée scheme, offering under 35s discounted tickets to selected events, the Concertgebouw looks forward to presenting this young, international and adventurous quartet to the audiences of its String Quartet series.

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Marco Borggreve
14th March 2018

The Arod Quartet, prize-winning musicians and ECHO Rising Stars 2018/19, embark on a long term journey with Dutch classical music audiences in this concert of Mendelssohn, Beethoven and French composer Benjamin Attahir. Taking place as part of The Concertgebouw’s Entrée scheme, offering under 35s discounted tickets to selected events, the Concertgebouw looks forward to presenting this young, international and adventurous quartet to the audiences of its String Quartet series.

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16th May 2018

Christoph Sietzen, prize-winning percussionist and ECHO Rising Star, takes to the stage for a programme of music from Bach and Xenakis to Piazzolla. The holder of a teaching post at Vienna’s University for Music and the Performing Arts since 2014, Christoph Sietzen has appeared at major concert halls in most of Europe’s major cities including Vienna, Berlin and Munich. As a current ECHO Rising Star, Christoph Sietzen performs to new international audiences across Europe and will take part in an education workshop on the day of the concert for 14-17 year old students.

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16th May 2018

Christoph Sietzen, prize-winning percussionist and ECHO Rising Star, takes to the stage for a programme of music from Bach and Xenakis to Piazzolla. The holder of a teaching post at Vienna’s University for Music and the Performing Arts since 2014, Christoph Sietzen has appeared at major concert halls in most of Europe’s major cities including Vienna, Berlin and Munich. As a current ECHO Rising Star, Christoph Sietzen performs to new international audiences across Europe and will take part in an education workshop on the day of the concert for 14-17 year old students.

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5th August 2018

The Vision String Quartet, prize winners at the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Competition in Berlin and the International Concours de Génève, perform Ravel, Barber and jazz, world and folk music in The Concertgebouw as part of the Robeco SummerNights series. Designed to welcome new audiences into the Concertgebouw, concertgoers can expect an atmosphere of summery warmth and fun, welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds.

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5th August 2018

The Vision String Quartet, prize winners at the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Competition in Berlin and the International Concours de Génève, perform Ravel, Barber and jazz, world and folk music in The Concertgebouw as part of the Robeco SummerNights series. Designed to welcome new audiences into the Concertgebouw, concertgoers can expect an atmosphere of summery warmth and fun, welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds.

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7th August 2018

David Kadouch: Schubert’s Arpeggione, Debussy & Franck 07/08/18 Pianist David Kadouch, student of legendary musicians such as Murray Perahia, Mauricio Pollini and Maria João Pires, presents a concert of Schubert, Mendelssohn, Debussy and Franck with cellist Edgar Moreau as part of the Concertgebouw’s Robeco SummerNights series. Designed to open the Concertgebouw to new audiences, concertgoers can expect an atmosphere of summery warmth and fun, welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds.

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Leander Lammertink
7th August 2018

David Kadouch: Schubert’s Arpeggione, Debussy & Franck 07/08/18 Pianist David Kadouch, student of legendary musicians such as Murray Perahia, Mauricio Pollini and Maria João Pires, presents a concert of Schubert, Mendelssohn, Debussy and Franck with cellist Edgar Moreau as part of the Concertgebouw’s Robeco SummerNights series. Designed to open the Concertgebouw to new audiences, concertgoers can expect an atmosphere of summery warmth and fun, welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds.

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10th August 2018

Part of the Robeco SummerNights series at the Concertgebouw – two months of concerts mixing classical to jazz, and cabaret to film scores – pianist Clara-Jumi Kang performs Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy with the Staatorchester Rheinische Philharmonie directed by Garry Walker. Designed to open the Concertgebouw to new audiences, concertgoers can expect an atmosphere of summery warmth and fun, welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds. After the concert Clara-Jumi Kang will be on hand to meet audiences at a SummerNights Live event, involving a short interview and question-and-answer session.

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10th August 2018

Part of the Robeco SummerNights series at the Concertgebouw – two months of concerts mixing classical to jazz, and cabaret to film scores – pianist Clara-Jumi Kang performs Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy with the Staatorchester Rheinische Philharmonie directed by Garry Walker. Designed to open the Concertgebouw to new audiences, concertgoers can expect an atmosphere of summery warmth and fun, welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds. After the concert Clara-Jumi Kang will be on hand to meet audiences at a SummerNights Live event, involving a short interview and question-and-answer session.

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9th September 2018

The Karénine Trio, laureate of the Maurice Ravel Academy and in residence at the “Singer-Polignac Foundation” in Paris, has played at the major halls in Europe including Wigmore Hall London and has also made debuts in China and Japan. Performing at the Concertgebouw as part of the Sunday Morning Series, their programme of Schubert will be broadcast live on Netherlands Radio4 and includes a pre-concert broadcast and brunch bringing in a wide range of audiences to the venue. The pre-concert broadcast allows members of the public to meet the musicians in an intimate setting and listen live to an interview by the radio presenter.

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9th September 2018

The Karénine Trio, laureate of the Maurice Ravel Academy and in residence at the “Singer-Polignac Foundation” in Paris, has played at the major halls in Europe including Wigmore Hall London and has also made debuts in China and Japan. Performing at the Concertgebouw as part of the Sunday Morning Series, their programme of Schubert will be broadcast live on Netherlands Radio4 and includes a pre-concert broadcast and brunch bringing in a wide range of audiences to the venue. The pre-concert broadcast allows members of the public to meet the musicians in an intimate setting and listen live to an interview by the radio presenter.

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21st November 2018

Peter Moore, co-principal trombone of the London Symphony Orchestra, prestigious BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist and European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) Rising Star performs a recital with pianist James Baillieu including a new work by Roxanna Panufnik. Peter Moore will take part in an education workshop on the day of the concert for students aged 14-17.

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Kaupo Kikkas
21st November 2018

Peter Moore, co-principal trombone of the London Symphony Orchestra, prestigious BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist and European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) Rising Star performs a recital with pianist James Baillieu including a new work by Roxanna Panufnik. Peter Moore will take part in an education workshop on the day of the concert for students aged 14-17.

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2nd December 2018

Mezzo-soprano Adèle Charvet performs with cellist Harriet Krijgh and pianist Magda Amara as part of the Concertgebouw’s Sunday Morning series Alba Rosa Viva Festival!, named after composer Alba Rosa Viëtor. Broadcast on Netherlands Radio4, the recital draws attention to music written by female composers throughout history including works by Henriëtte Bosmans and Cécile Chaminade. This Sunday Morning series also features low ticket prices, short 1 hour programmes, and a brunch, making this a perfect venue for old and new visitors to the Concertgebouw alike, including tourists and families.

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Hans Roggen
2nd December 2018

Mezzo-soprano Adèle Charvet performs with cellist Harriet Krijgh and pianist Magda Amara as part of the Concertgebouw’s Sunday Morning series Alba Rosa Viva Festival!, named after composer Alba Rosa Viëtor. Broadcast on Netherlands Radio4, the recital draws attention to music written by female composers throughout history including works by Henriëtte Bosmans and Cécile Chaminade. This Sunday Morning series also features low ticket prices, short 1 hour programmes, and a brunch, making this a perfect venue for old and new visitors to the Concertgebouw alike, including tourists and families.

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14th March 2019

Elisabeth Brauß, piano and violinist Noa Wildschut perform a programme including the beloved Sonata in A Major by César Franck and Saint-Saëns’ spectacular Danse Macabre as part of The Concertgebouw’s Young Dutch Musicians series. Providing the opportunity for existing chamber music audiences to discover emerging young talent and for the artists to engage with the Dutch audience, Brauß will also be provided the opportunity to engage with a younger online audience through the production of a video in The Concertgebouw Sessions. An online series of performances from unique locations The Concertgebouw, this will give audiences a fascinating glimpse into the career and approach of rising stars.

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14th March 2019

Elisabeth Brauß, piano and violinist Noa Wildschut perform a programme including the beloved Sonata in A Major by César Franck and Saint-Saëns’ spectacular Danse Macabre as part of The Concertgebouw’s Young Dutch Musicians series. Providing the opportunity for existing chamber music audiences to discover emerging young talent and for the artists to engage with the Dutch audience, Brauß will also be provided the opportunity to engage with a younger online audience through the production of a video in The Concertgebouw Sessions. An online series of performances from unique locations The Concertgebouw, this will give audiences a fascinating glimpse into the career and approach of rising stars.

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7th April 2019

Violinist Tobias Feldman, viola player Lise Berthaud and cellist Julian Steckel take to the stage for a recital of Beethoven and Français as part of the Sunday Morning series in The Concertgebouw. Broadcast live on Netherlands Radio4 the recital will also include a live, pre-concert broadcast from the Spiegelzaal where the public will have the opportunity to meet the musicians in an intimate setting and watch them group perform and be interviewed by the Radio4 presenter.

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7th April 2019

Violinist Tobias Feldman, viola player Lise Berthaud and cellist Julian Steckel take to the stage for a recital of Beethoven and Français as part of the Sunday Morning series in The Concertgebouw. Broadcast live on Netherlands Radio4 the recital will also include a live, pre-concert broadcast from the Spiegelzaal where the public will have the opportunity to meet the musicians in an intimate setting and watch them group perform and be interviewed by the Radio4 presenter.

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12th June 2019

The Amatis Piano Trio, founded in 2014 and alumni of many prestigious festivals including Aurora Chamber Music Festival, Trondheim International Chamber Music Festival and Janine Jansen’s Utrecht Chamber Music Festival perform a recital including music by Haydn, Brahms, Mendelssohn and a new commission from Andrea Tarrodi. The trio will also lead a workshop for local young musicians on the day of the concert.

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12th June 2019

The Amatis Piano Trio, founded in 2014 and alumni of many prestigious festivals including Aurora Chamber Music Festival, Trondheim International Chamber Music Festival and Janine Jansen’s Utrecht Chamber Music Festival perform a recital including music by Haydn, Brahms, Mendelssohn and a new commission from Andrea Tarrodi. The trio will also lead a workshop for local young musicians on the day of the concert.

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