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October 2017

1 October
Liza Ferschtman plays Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto
Residentie Orkest in Het Concertgebouw
6 October
Autumn leaves
With shades of yellow, orange, red and brown, autumn is perhaps the most colourf...
8 October
Autumn leaves (Lazy Sunday)
With shades of yellow, orange, red and brown, autumn is perhaps the most colourf...
11 October
Chamber Music with Percussion and Clarinet
Although the combination of clarinet and percussion sounds strange, a kaleidosco...
12 October
Red Sofa
In 1948, Ton de Leeuw, one of the Netherlands’ most prominent composers, set his piano concerto aside and left for Paris to continue his studies. The piece was never completed. The score was recently rediscovered and shown to the famous pianist Ralph van Raat. He was so enthusiastic about it that we felt compelled to give this never-before-heard work its world premiere.
14 October
Discoveries
In 1948, Ton de Leeuw, one of the Netherlands’ most prominent composers, set h...
27 October
Shostakovich 10
Nicholas Collon takes on three Russian masterpieces: Ljadov’s poetic and atmos...
29 October
Shostakovich 10
Nicholas Collon takes on three Russian masterpieces: Ljadov’s poetic and atmos...

December 2017

8 December
Beethoven Symphony no. 2
Residentie Orkest The Hague in Utrecht
9 December
Close to classics
Classical music is best heard live. And what better way to do it than with this ...
15 December
Lunchtime concert (free)
Free lunchtime concerts by The Hague Philharmonic offer not only a wonderful opportunity to look behind the scenes but also provide listeners with an inspiring interlude. The programme of the lunchtime concerts is always a surprise and is not announced in advance. No need to reserve a ticket. Just drop in. We look forward to seeing you!
15 December
Dvorák Gala
Bohemian folk music melodies inspired Dvorák to write his popular Eighth Sympho...
17 December
Dvorák Gala
Bohemian folk music melodies inspired Dvorák to write his popular Eighth Sympho...
20 December
Chamber Music with Boris Giltburg
In addition to being an internationally famous soloist, our Artist in Residence,...
22 December
Christmas with Mozart & Mendelssohn
Mendelssohn travelled through Italy and fell in love with it. The same passion f...
28 December
Afternoon Concert: Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 4
Residentie Orkest The Hague in Het Concertgebouw

January 2018

5 January
New Year Concert with Paul van Vliet
After his success with the 2015 New Year’s concert, Paul van Vliet returns to ...
6 January
New Year Concert with Paul van Vliet
Residentie Orkest The Hague in Bergen op Zoom
13 January
NTR ZaterdagMatinee
Residentie Orkest The Hague in Het Concertgebouw
20 January
Nationaal Vioolconcours Oskar Back
Residentie Orkest in Utrecht
26 January
Lunchconcert (gratis)
Free lunchtime concerts by Residentie Orkest The Hague offer not only a wonderful opportunity to look behind the scenes but also provide listeners with an inspiring interlude. The programme of the lunchtime concerts is always a surprise and is not announced in advance. No need to reserve a ticket. Just drop in. We look forward to seeing you!
26 January
Lunchtime concert (free)
Free lunchtime concerts by The Hague Philharmonic offer not only a wonderful opportunity to look behind the scenes but also provide listeners with an inspiring interlude. The programme of the lunchtime concerts is always a surprise and is not announced in advance. No need to reserve a ticket. Just drop in. We look forward to seeing you!
26 January
The Pioneering Second
In 1809, Russia annexed Finnish territory and banned the Finnish language. Sibel...
27 January
Maria Milstein plays Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1
Residentie Orkest The Hague in Het Concertgebouw
28 January
The Pioneering Second
In 1809, Russia annexed Finnish territory and banned the Finnish language. Sibel...
31 January
New Musicians in the Spotlight
Tonight, we’re happy to introduce our new musicians. And what better way to do...

February 2018

3 February
Residentie Orkest ft. Lucas Hamming
Singer-guitarist Lucas Hamming and his band caused a good deal of excitement dur...
9 February
Lunchtime concert (free)
Free lunchtime concerts by Residentie Orkest The Hague offer not only a wonderful opportunity to look behind the scenes but also provide listeners with an inspiring interlude. The programme of the lunchtime concerts is always a surprise and is not announced in advance. No need to reserve a ticket. Just drop in. We look forward to seeing you!
9 February
Romance Along the Rhine
An evening of unadulterated romance from the Rhineland, with the debut of Scotti...
10 February
MasterClassics with Beethoven & Schumann
How do you perform a centuries-old work so that it sounds brand new? It’s like...
17 February
Sold out
Toddlers Concert
We once again invite the youngest members of our audience to get to know the ver...
17 February
Last tickets
Toddlers Concert
We once again invite the youngest members of our audience to get to know the ver...
18 February
Sold out
Peter and the Wolf
Prokofiev’s unforgettable classic is one of those performances that all childr...
18 February
Sold out
Peter en de Wolf
Prokofjevs onvergetelijke klassieker is een van die voorstellingen die je als ki...

March 2018

10 March
Chopin, Debussy, Ravel
Residentie Orkest The Hague in Rotterdam
11 March
La douce France
In her first encounter with our own Nicholas Collon, pianist Ingrid Fliter takes...
15 March
MasterClassics with Bruckner 6
Bruckner was able to give music so much substance and weight that notes became b...
16 March
Bruckner 6
If philosophy were music, how would it sound? Antony Hermus, currently one of th...
18 March
Bruckner 6
Residentie Orkest The Hague in Utrecht
21 March
Chamber music by Martine & Justa
In the Nieuwe Kerk, flautist Martine van der Loo and cellist Justa de Jong prese...
23 March
Lunchtime concert (free)
Free lunchtime concerts by Residentie Orkest The Hague offer not only a wonderful opportunity to look behind the scenes but also provide listeners with an inspiring interlude. The programme of the lunchtime concerts is always a surprise and is not announced in advance. No need to reserve a ticket. Just drop in. We look forward to seeing you!
23 March
Romantic Masters
Our Schubert cycle involves Jan Willem de Vriend conducting all the symphonies o...
24 March
Close to classics
Classical music is best heard live. And what better way to do it than with this ...
25 March
Romantic Masters
Our Schubert cycle involves Jan Willem de Vriend conducting all the symphonies o...
30 March
Passion at Paard van Troje
The story of the man from Nazareth set to Bach’s music is both relevant and ti...
31 March
Sold out
St Matthew Passion
In no other country is the St Matthew Passion as popular as it is in the Netherl...

April 2018

6 April
Memories
The definitive classic by Elgar, his string serenade, and Ravel’s homage to th...
14 April
Classics in the Nieuwe Kerk
Shunske Sato, concertmaster of the Netherlands Bach Society, meets the Residenti...
18 April
Lunchtime concert (free)
Free lunchtime concerts by Residentie Orkest The Hague offer not only a wonderful opportunity to look behind the scenes but also provide listeners with an inspiring interlude. The programme of the lunchtime concerts is always a surprise and is not announced in advance. No need to reserve a ticket. Just drop in. We look forward to seeing you
22 April
The Story of Peer Gynt
Peer is a very naughty boy. He does everything he’s not supposed to and has so...
27 April
Lunchtime concert (free)
Free lunchtime concerts by Residentie Orkest The Hague offer not only a wonderful opportunity to look behind the scenes but also provide listeners with an inspiring interlude. The programme of the lunchtime concerts is always a surprise and is not announced in advance. No need to reserve a ticket. Just drop in. We look forward to seeing you!
27 April
Sheherazade
Although rarely performed in the Netherlands, De Falla’s Nights in the Gardens...
29 April
Sheherazade
Although rarely performed in the Netherlands, De Falla’s Nights in the Gardens...

July 2018

September 2018

6 September
Scheveningse Kuren
Following the great success of Harde Handen and De Vloek op Scheveningen, Sjaak ...
7 September
Scheveningse Kuren
Following the great success of Harde Handen and De Vloek op Scheveningen, Sjaak ...
8 September
Scheveningse Kuren
Following the great success of Harde Handen and De Vloek op Scheveningen, Sjaak ...
9 September
Scheveningse Kuren
Following the great success of Harde Handen and De Vloek op Scheveningen, Sjaak ...
14 September
A Night at the Opera
Don't miss this fabulous opera party at the Zuiderstrandtheater. The most famous...
18 September
Prince’s Day Concert
He began playing the violin at the age of four, and now, some 30 later, he’s o...
22 September
Symphonic Junction: Chopin meets the blues
Gershwin's American swing. The classic simplicity and perfection of Beethoven an...
28 September
100 jaar l’Histoire du Soldat
Exactly one hundred years ago, Stravinsky’s l’Histoire du Soldat made its wo...

November 2018

9 November
America First
A concert just as Leonard Bernstein (born 100 years ago) might have performed it...
11 November
Lazy Sunday:
America First
Lounging in bed on a Sunday morning? You must be joking! To enjoy the weekend to...
17 November
Toddlers’ Concert
Did you know that the melodies of children’s songs have inspired many classica...
17 November
Toddlers’ Concert
Did you know that the melodies of children’s songs have inspired many classica...
18 November
Willem & Wolfgang
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a true prodigy. He set off on a world tour at the ag...
23 November
Masterpieces with Richard Egarr
Everyone knows the first few bars of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and Mozart's Ein...
24 November
MasterClassics with
Mozart & Beethoven 5
We wholeheartedly adore the entire symphonic repertoire. Every passage, every no...
30 November
Favourites
Mariss Jansons has described Anika Vavic as an extraordinarily gifted pianist. V...

December 2018

1 December
Close to Classics
Classical music is best heard live. And what better way to do it than by attendi...
8 December
Symphonic Junction:
Residentie Orkest ft. Tim Kliphuis
Following on from the great success of their performance in 2016, the Residentie...
12 December
Chamber music with Momoko Noguchi
Momoko Noguchi has been involved with the Residentie Orkest for 25 years now. Sh...
14 December
Bach's Christmas Oratorio
Crisp snow, twinkling festive trees, candlelight and angels: traditional Christm...
16 December
Lazy Sunday:
Bach's Christmas Oratorio
Lounging in bed on a Sunday morning? You must be joking! To enjoy the weekend to...
25 December
Alice in Winter Wonderland
Following the dazzling success of 2016, De Dutch Don't Dance Division and the Re...
26 December
Alice in Winter Wonderland
Following the dazzling success of 2016, De Dutch Don't Dance Division and the Re...
27 December
Alice in Winter Wonderland
Following the dazzling success of 2016, De Dutch Don't Dance Division and the Re...
27 December
Alice in Winter Wonderland
Following the dazzling success of 2016, De Dutch Don't Dance Division and the Re...
28 December
Alice in Winter Wonderland
Following the dazzling success of 2016, De Dutch Don't Dance Division and the Re...
28 December
Alice in Winter Wonderland
Following the dazzling success of 2016, De Dutch Don't Dance Division and the Re...

January 2019

5 January
New Year’s Concert
Strauss and New Year's Eve go together like Vienna and Sachertorte. But this yea...
17 January
Händels Radamisto - Residentie Orkest & DNOA
The Residentie Orkest works closely with the Dutch National Opera Academy (DNOA)...
18 January
Händels Radamisto - Residentie Orkest & DNOA
The Residentie Orkest works closely with the Dutch National Opera Academy (DNOA)...
19 January
Händels Radamisto - Residentie Orkest & DNOA
The Residentie Orkest works closely with the Dutch National Opera Academy (DNOA)...
20 January
Händels Radamisto - Residentie Orkest & DNOA
The Residentie Orkest works closely with the Dutch National Opera Academy (DNOA)...
25 January
Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique
Building on Beethoven's genius, Berlioz launched a true revolution in 1830 with ...
27 January
Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique
Building on Beethoven's genius, Berlioz launched a true revolution in 1830 with ...

March 2019

1 March
Soltani meets Collon
There are many facets to the Romantic period, the important nineteenth-century a...
10 March
Mendelssohn and mandolin
Mendelssohn made regular journeys around Great Britain and found Scotland to be ...
16 March
Dragon Cake
When Rex the dragon has finished reading his stolen books, he knows lots about t...
23 March
Ode to Louis Andriessen
The bond between the Residentie Orkest and Louis Andriessen goes back many decad...
27 March
Chamber music with Sevilya Hendrickx
Viola player Sevilya Hendrickx: “His name might be displayed in the Concertgeb...
28 March
MasterClassics with
Tchaikovsky 5
We wholeheartedly adore the entire symphonic repertoire. Every passage, every no...
29 March
Fazil Say back in The Hague
Turkish world citizen Fazil Say returns to the Residentie Orkest after a long br...