There is no assigned seating for this concert. Instead, you can order tickets for seats among the members of the orchestra (hall), around the orchestra (hall), onstage or in the balcony.

Iván Fischer: Inside Out

Take a seat among the musicians – you will be right in the middle of the orchestra. A unique listening experience.

The orchestra musicians are performing in the Main Hall amidst the audience. Amsterdam’s music history resonates all around you.

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Iván Fischer during a public rehearsal with the Concertgebouworkest (photo: Renske Vrolijk)
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You’ll literally be sitting in the middle of the music.

The orchestra musicians are performing in the Main Hall amidst the audience. Amsterdam’s music history resonates all around you.

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You’ll literally be sitting in the middle of the music.

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About this concert

What would it be like to sit next to the members of the orchestra during a concert? Come and experience it for yourself on 9 February, when conductor Iván Fischer will be surrounded by the orchestra and the audience! You’ll literally be sitting right in the middle of the music. 

The selection of composers’ names immortalised on the cartouches (name plaques) on the balconies of the Main Hall – exclusively white men – says a lot about the Zeitgeist of 100 years ago. Amsterdam music history comes to life when Iván Fischer conducts works by all seventeen of these composers. Featuring well-known melodies alongside unknown gems, this concert is like stepping into a musical time machine. 

Soprano Anna Prohaska will be singing songs by Richard Strauss, Diepenbrock, Reger and Ravel. The instrumental works on the programme include Debussy’s Danse profane, with a leading role for principal harpist Anneleen Schuitemaker, and Mahler’s ‘Blumine’. It’s a unique programme full of historical connections with The Concertgebouw and the orchestra

See the complete list of works on the programme.