Introducing Amare

On Friday November 12, the Dutch government held a press conference, in which it announced new measures to prevent the spreading of the coronavirus. You have probably already heard the news: theaters can remain open during the lockdown, which lasts until December 3. This means that the performance Introducing Amare can proceed. Due to the measures, your visit to the theater will be different from what you are accustomed to. NDT and Amare follow the guidelines of the Dutch government. Read more information about your visit to Amare here.

Nederlands Dans Theater, Residentie Orkest, Fazil Say, Romana Vrede-Het Nationale Theater, DeyDey & Manuela

Admire both the Danstheater and the Concertzaal with a double feature provided by Residentie Orkest, Nederlands Dans Theater, Fazil Say and Het Nationale Theater. A huge celebration full of surprises, with an unforgettable combination of music and dance.

The event will open with Dukas’s festive Fanfare, followed by grand master Fazil Say, one of the most prominent pianists of our time, performing his own poetic piano concert Silk Road. This is followed by a more introspective performance by two dancers in a choreography by Dimo Milev, set to one of the most beautiful sections of Beethoven’s oeuvre, the Cavatina from String Quarter Op. 130. The programme ends with Dvorák’s vibrant Carnival. Overseeing the entire evening is Residentie Orkest’s new chief conductor, Anja Bihlmaier.

How does it work?
As a visitor, you will discover both the Concertzaal and the Danstheater. The hall you book a ticket for is the hall where your evening starts.

  • Concertzaal: Residentie Orkest, Fazil Say & Nederlands Dans Theater duet by Dimo Milev (choreographer), presentation by Paula Udondek
  • Danstheater: Force D’Ames duet by Delphine ‘DeyDey’ Nguyen & Manuela Bolegue
    Scenes from Romana Vrede’s Liefdesverklaring by Het Nationale Theater
    The extended version of Sharon Eyal’s Bedroom Folk by Nederlands Dans Theater

During the hall rotation and after the programme, you are welcome to explore the building and enjoy jam sessions, installations and pop-up performances.