Fotografie: Marco Borggreve
Sun 24 May ’20 14:15 uur
Beethoven

philharmonie zuidnederland

Noa Wildschut plays Beethoven

Risto Joost, conductor
Noa Wildschut, violin
Cora Burggraaf, mezzo-soprano
Stijn Vervoort, narrator
In co-production with Toneelgroep Maastricht

Beethoven - Violin Concerto
Beethoven - Incidental music to Goethe’s Egmont

Sun 24 May ’20
14:15 uur
  • Sun 24 May ’20
    14:15 uur
    main hall
    wordt verplaatst
  • Price does not include € 2 service costs per ticket

Due to the latest measures implemented by our government around the corona virus outbreak, we have had to cancel all concerts and close our café Meneer Frits until June 1st. We are currently trying to re-schedule all cancelled concerts to a later date. Due to the enormity of this process, it may take a little longer than you might expect from us before we can give you any clarity. 

Muziekgebouw Eindhoven has had to close its box-office with immediate effect. You can reach us on e-mail tickets@muziekgebouweindhoven.nl, but we must ask you to refrain from contacting us about any cancellations. 

Ticket holders will be informed as soon as possible about the guidelines along which we will be handling tickets already paid for. We are doing our utmost and would like to thank you for your patience and understanding in these extraordinary times.



“With every piece of music, I make my own voyage of discovery”, the Estonian guest conductor Risto Joost said. This afternoon, together with the South Netherlands Philharmonic, and together with you, he will discover Beethoven’s spectacular incidental music to Egmont. War, suppression, courage, and liberation: this famous story by Goethe is a tale for the ages.

Spectacular musical theatre
Beethoven’s expressive music brings it to live and submerges you into it completely. The actor Stijn Vervoort, together with mezzo-soprano Cora Burggraaf, will make this integral rendition a unique experience. Before the intermission, Beethoven’s beloved Violin Concerto: the “Queen of violin concertos”, played by the “crown princess of the violin”, our young but grand violin talent Noa Wildschut. “A marvel of musicality” (Süddeutsche Zeitung).

To keep the waiting time at the bar to a minimum, a 'walletless break' applies to this concert. You pay for your break drink in advance when ordering your entrance ticket. So you can enjoy your company and your drink for longer!

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