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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Netherlands

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September 2017
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AmsterdamConcertgebouw Orchestra: Prokofiev, Enescu and Liviu Prunaru

Enescu, Prokofiev
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Daniele Gatti; Liviu Prunaru

AmsterdamOde to the Master

Prokofiev, Piazzolla, Andriessen
Hans van Manen; Dutch National Ballet; Matthew Rowe

AmsterdamLa forza del destinoNew Production

Verdi: La forza del destino
Michele Mariotti; Christof Loy; Dutch National Opera; Christian Schmidt; Eva-Maria Westbroek; Franco Vassallo


Phronesis, Jazz Trio

AmsterdamMaster pianist Nelson Goerner: Schubert, Brahms and Chopin

Schubert, Brahms, Chopin
Nelson Goerner, Piano
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Thrilling singing in Simon Boccanegra at the Concertgebouw

Verdi voices that make one sit up and listen made this a memorable matinee.
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DNB: Ode to the Master

As generations of dancers move on and off the stage, working hard for their very short lived moment in the spotlight, we can rest assured that there will be many classic Van Manen pieces in the repertoire for them to dance.
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Diana Damrau puts the sparkle into RCO season opener

While Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony failed to gel, the German soprano's Mozart turned the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra’s first concert of the season into a real celebration.
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Ballet's back in Amsterdam

Acrobatic (modern) classics combined with playful Hans van Manen en romantic Kuindersma make a great evening. Elisa Badenes and Anna Ol in superb execution.
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Solid La forza del destino opens Dutch National Opera season

An able cast sings in Christof Loy’s non-interventionist and insightful production of Verdi’s panoramic tragedy, conducted with vivid detail by Michele Mariotti.
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