Happy anniversary to our Companions!
On Saturday evening, 4 February, we are inviting all those with an interest in our Companion programme. We hope to welcome new donors to the programme this evening. During a one-hour mini festival, we are presenting a preview of the Companion programme, consisting of the very best in classical music, and meeting young musicians from the Academy of the Concertgebouw Orchestra. Next, we’ll attend the concert conducted by Teodor Currentzis and featuring works including Mahler’s Fourth Symphony performed by the Concertgebouw Orchestra.
For anyone who decides to become a Companion this evening, the concert tickets will be free of charge as part of the gifting programme.
A new generation
Donors and sponsors enable us to invest in talent development, education and reaching new audiences. Younger generations are crucial in this respect. The support provided by our Companions specifically facilitates the development of young top musical talent within the orchestra’s own ranks and is thus essential to ensuring that the Concertgebouw Orchestra maintains its position as one of the world’s very best orchestras.
Give the gift of Companion membership
Would you like to involve your children, nephews, nieces, protégés or other close relations in your love of classical music? Why not introduce them to the Companions or give them the gift of membership in our Companions programme? You’ll be passing on your love to the next generation. For more information, please contact Sanne van den Brink.
Interested in becoming a Companion?
You can register for the event on 4 February up until 9 January by contacting Sanne van den Brink. If you can’t make it that evening, we would love to invite you personally to RCO House very soon.