Join Barbara Hannigan on a musical journey with a spiritual atmosphere in an intimate setting; Pierre Audi and light designer Jean Kalman will join forces to create a total experience fitting the music.
Many of the Main Hall seats will be removed for this concert. Bring a cushion, relax and let the music wash over you!
Please note: The concert on 1 December does not have reserved seating. Two categories of tickets are available: sitting on the floor (‘Standaard, Entrée’) and on chairs around the floor (‘Stoel’). There are limited numbers of these ‘stoel’ tickets.
The versatile Hannigan leads us through various stages of innocence, loss, mourning and reflection.
Grieks wiegelied (arr. Patoulidou)
IJslands volkslied; 'geboren' (arr. Patoulidou)
light and scenography
Dates and tickets
About this concert
Barbara Hannigan, a soprano who can sing anything, has in recent years developed into a leading conductor with unique programming ideas. On an atmospheric Late Night concert, the versatile Hannigan leads us through various stages of innocence, loss, mourning and reflection.
You can expect a spiritual musical journey in collaboration with Pierre Audi, the Concertgebouw Orchestra’s creative partner, featuring Richard Strauss’s achingly beautiful Metamorphosen, the near-otherworldly ritual music of Claude Vivier and a leading role for the soprano and harpist Aphrodite Patoulidou.
This programme is made possible with financial support from Ammodo.