Classic Concerts in Amsterdam are not to be missed !
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Amsterdam is one of the major economic poles in both the Netherlands and Europe. It is also the cultural capital of the country! How about attending to a classical music concert in Amsterdam? Amsterdam's concert hall, the Concergebouw, is the best option for concerts!
What to do in Amsterdam?
Art lovers should head to the district of "Museumplein", where the country's three largest museums are located. They are among the most visited museums in the world!
You will find masterpieces by Rembrandt, Vermeer and Frans Hals at the Rijksmuseum. This museum presents the largest collection of classic Dutch art!
Amsterdam also houses the Van Gogh Museum, in which you will find some of his most famous paintings.
Modern art is also well featured! Visit the Stedelijk Museum which features many works by Picasso, Karel Appel, Francis Bacon, …
Amsterdam, the city of music lovers!
Amsterdam is one of the most appreciated destinations by classical music lovers!
Did you know the metronome was invented in 1812 by a Dutch: Dietrich Nikolaus Winkel?
Very appreciated by the bourgeoisie in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, symphony music and baroque music were destined to richer audiences. Nowadays, several venues make it possible for anyone to attend to a classical music concert or an opera!
Music is everywhere: classical music concerts take place every day. It is impossible not to find a performance which'll suit you!
The ideal place to attend to a concert in Amsterdam is the Concertgebouw, which literally means "concert house".
Facing the Rijksmuseum, this venue is among the most frequented venues worldwide. Over 660 performances take place there yearly. Strauss, Stravinsky, Ravel and Rachmaniov have performed in this mystical venue built in 1888.
Renowned for its exceptional acoustics, the venue regularly houses concert of the Concertgebouw's Royal Orchestra and of many other famous orchestras.
The Concertgebouw's Royal Orchestra obtained the "royal" title in 1988 and holds over 120 concerts a year. The reputation has grown thanks to its excellent conductors! These conductors include Bernard Haitink, Riccardo Chailly, Mariss Jansons and Daniele Gatti since 2016.
Do not forget to book your classical concert tickets not to miss one of the best and renowned programmes in the world!
Concert tickets in Amsterdam are highly sought after!