Book your ticket for a concert by the Dutch Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Admire the stunning decor of the 19th-century interior as you appreciate the world-renowned acoustics.
What to Expect
In 1985 the musicians of 3 existing orchestras combined their musical talents to form the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra. Under the direction of its chief conductors Hartmut Haenchen (1985-2003) and Yakov Kreizberg (2004-2011), the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra gained an excellent reputation in the international world of music, winning a large and broadly-constituted audience in the process.
The NedPhO also has also played a pioneering role in finding new audiences and young talent. It continues today in the tradition that was inaugurated by conductor Anton Kersjes (1923-2004), chief conductor of the former Amsterdam Philharmonic Orchestra.
Book your ticket for a special concert at the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, featuring well-loved works performed by top musicians from the Netherlands and abroad. Admire the spectacular 19th-century interior of the hall and appreciate its world-class acoustics.
- Concert ticket
- 2 drinks (1 before the concert starts and 1 during the break)
What's Not Included
- Food and additional beverages