No concerts until April 27th
On Tuesday, April 12th, the government extended the current corona measures. Concert halls must remain closed to the public up to and including Tuesday, April 27th. Ticket buyers have been informed by e-mail about the settlement of tickets purchased for canceled concerts.
From Tuesday 29 September 2020 until further notice it is mandatory to wear a face mask when you visit the Concertgebouw, Paradiso, Philharmonie Haarlem, TAQA Theater de Vest and the NedPhO-Koepel. We request that you wear a face mask when entering and exiting the building, or when moving through the building. As soon as you are in your seat, the face mask can be removed. It is important that you bring your own face mask, these are not available in the concert halls.
Concerts fall 2020
Due to the corona measures, we are only allowed to welcome 350 people in the Main Hall of the Concertgebouw this autumn. The planned concerts have been replaced by new one-hour programs, which we will perform twice per evening / afternoon. We are happy to welcome many soloists and conductors of the original programming.
Measures per concert hall
In all concert halls, measures have been taken in accordance with the guidelines of the RIVM. You can safely and confidently visit our concerts and operas. For the most up-to-date measures, please refer to the websites of the concert halls:
'Save your ticket, enjoy later'
Ticket buyers for a concert will be compensated for bought tickets. We follow the guidelines of 'Save your ticket, enjoy later'. Ticket buyers will be given the opportunity to receive the price of the ticket(s), including service fees, in the form of a voucher which will remain valid with the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra|Netherlands Chamber Orchestra. Of course, requesting a refund or donating your ticket(s) remains possible. Ticket buyers have been informed by email.
This page has been updated on Wednesday April 14th, 10:00.