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Venue: Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

Fact file
AddressConcertgebouwplein 10
North Holland
1071 LN
ContainsChoir Hall
Main Hall
Recital Hall
Google maps52° 21' 22.494" N 4° 52' 44.769" E
September 2020
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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AmsterdamClose-up: Beethoven 250 Years

Het Concertgebouw
Haydn, Fribbins, Beethoven
Mirte de Kok; Saeko Oguma; Johan van Iersel; Pierre-Emmanuel de Maistre

AmsterdamPekka Kuusisto

Het Concertgebouw
Tsoupaki, Thorvaldsdottir, Byrd, Stravinsky, Bach
Pekka Kuusisto; Members of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

AmsterdamRising Stars: saxophonist Jess Gillam

© Robin Clewley
Iturralde, Poulenc, Dowland, Marcello, Monk, Finnis, Piazzolla
Jess Gillam; James Baillieu

AmsterdamBeethoven 2020: Hagen Quartett

© Ronald Knapp
Mozart, Beethoven
Hagen Quartet

AmsterdamWigglesworth conducts Mozart, Schubert and Wigglesworth

© Benjamin Ealovega
Mozart, Wigglesworth, Debussy
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest; Ryan Wigglesworth; Netherlands Radio Choir (Groot Omroepkoor); Benjamin Goodson; Marc-André Hamelin; Sophie Bevan

AmsterdamNetherlands Philharmonic Orchestra: Ravel's Boléro

© Joong Seok
Debussy, Falla, Ravel
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra; Adrien Perruchon; Javier Perianes

AmsterdamQingzhu Weng and Natsumi Ohno: Stravinsky, Lutoslawski and Suk

Het Concertgebouw
Stravinsky, Lutosławski, Suk
Weng Qingzhu; Natsumi Ohno
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Elegance and discipline in Chung and the RCO's Mahler 9

Myung-Whun Chung © Jean-Francois-Leclercq
Myung-whun Chung and the orchestra provide a compelling account of Mahler's last completed symphony, albeit not one that hits the extremes.
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Bartoli and band in killer castrato show at the Concertgebouw

Cecilia Bartoli © Uli Weber | Decca
Cecilia Bartoli sang arias written (and not written) for Farinelli like a goddess, putting on and taking off a parade of varigendered costumes to the jubilant virtuosity of Les Musiciens du Prince.
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Sublime singing in Scenes from Goethe's Faust

Sir John Eliot Gardiner and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra © Jan Hordijk
Soloists and choir, headed by a spellbinding Christian Gerhaher, brought real lustre to Schumann’s treatment of Goethe’s magnum opus.
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Toxic masculinity in Orchestra of the 18th century's Don Giovanni

Paula Murrihy © Barbara Aumüller
The Orchestra of the 18th Century proves the main asset of a rewarding Don Giovanni at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. 
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An exhilarating Nabucco at the Concertgebouw

Tatiana Serjan © Tod Rosberg

Giancarlo Andretta conducts the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic and Choir and a fine team of soloists led by Tatiana Serjan's Abigaille into an exhilarating Nabucco.

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Rana brings energy and clarity to Bach in Amsterdam

Beatrice Rana © Nicolas Bets
Ominous Bartók, polished Mozart and energetic Bach, all on a superb musical spring evening in Amsterdam.
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Albrecht’s Mahler 8 is a fierce struggle for redemption

Marc Albrecht © Marco Borggreve
Leading five choirs, fine soloists and a glowing Netherlands Philharmonic, conductor Marc Albrecht emphasised the human struggle in a highly dramatic performance of Mahler’s mammoth eighth symphony.
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Renée Fleming in recital at the Concertgebouw

Renée Fleming © Andrew Eccles | Decca
In a highly versatile recital, soprano Renée Fleming was at her best in unaffected songs and operetta.
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