Book your ticket and travel independently to The Royal Concertgebouw in the Museumkwartier district of Amsterdam to arrive about 40 minutes before the scheduled start of the concert.
Collect your tickets from the box office, and if you wish, enjoy a pre-concert drink before heading inside the Main Hall of this splendid building. Built in 1881, the Royal Concertgebouw is rated as one of the world’s top concert venues, and is renowned for its superlative acoustics.
More than 700,000 guests attend concerts here each year, and the Main Hall has played host to many classical music greats, with composers such as Gustav Mahler, Richard Strauss, and Igor Stravinsky having conducted their own compositions within its walls. Other musical legends, including Yehudi Menuhin, Rachmaninoff, and Leonard Bernstein have also performed here.
Settle into your seat in the impressive auditorium, and immerse yourself in some of the world’s best-loved classical pieces, played by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, renowned as one of the world's best orchestras. Be swept up by what critics have dubbed the orchestra’s 'unique sound,' all given an extra dimension by the stunning acoustics and historical setting.
As the concert comes to a close, join in the applause, and then take your leave of the hall, bringing your memorable evening to an end.