An iconic organisation with a broad international profile, the Concertgebouworkest has been one of the very best orchestras in the world for nearly 130 years. The orchestra is committed to achieving the very best in all its activities in order to maintain its position as one of the world’s leading orchestras. It chooses to operate at the centre of society and, to that end, aims to establish sustainable, respectful relationships in the community.
The Concertgebouworkest has an international reputation as a leading performing arts institution. The responsibility it bears as a cultural organisation at the forefront is reflected not only in the quality of its musicians, soloists and conductors, but also in the instruments, concerts and related networks.
With unbridled passion, the musicians work hard every day to give concerts of the highest calibre. In order to perform at this level over and over again, these outstanding talents from some twenty-five countries work together as a team. Listening to one another and connecting with the audience are essential in this respect.
The Concertgebouworkest: a sound unparalleled in the world.
The contributions made by the orchestra’s corporate partners enhance its national and international stature in the most immediate sense. Striking a balance between tradition and innovation is crucial if the orchestra is to continue to make music at a global level. Indeed, it is thanks to our partners that the orchestra can maintain its leading position in the world. It is for this reason that the Concertgebouworkest is exceedingly grateful to its global and other partners.
The opportunities to collaborate with the Concertgebouworkest are endless. Accordingly, each and every partnership is unique and tailor-made within one of the four layers of our impact circle. The more intense the relationship, the deeper the impact and the closer you get to our own beating musical heart: the Concertgebouworkest itself. This infographic shows the layers making up our impact circle, as well as a number of potential partner benefits. Should you require more information or have any questions, please contact Patty Nobrega.
Patty Nobrega, our Corporate Partnerships Manager, would be delighted to tell you more about the orchestra’s corporate partners. She can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on +31 (0)20 3051 058.