Dutch National Opera & Ballet, Foyer
from € 14,50
Music that inspires reflection
On the occasion of National Remembrance Day, Ukrainian and Russian singers present a musical programme in the foyer of Dutch National Opera & Ballet.
On 4 May, Dam Square in Amsterdam is the location of the annual commemoration of the victims of World War II and of subsequent war situations and peace-keeping operations. Dutch National Opera’s contribution to the commemoration comprises music that inspires reflection and expresses feelings of sorrow, displacement and hope.
Photo: Georgiy Derbas-Richter and Inna Demenkova
The Ukrainian and Russian singers from Dutch National Opera Studio, Georgiy Derbas-Richter, Inna Demenkova and alumnus Maksym Nazarenko, are performing arias and songs by Hans Eisler, Kurt Weill, Benjamin Britten, Mieczysław Weinberg and other composers.
The programme is presented by Andrea van Pol.
Dutch National Opera Studio
Dutch National Opera Studio is a two-year programme in which young singers and répétiteurs are groomed for an international opera career. The Opera Studio combines workshops and coaching with a wide range of professional experiences. The artistic leader is the internationally renowned soprano Rosemary Joshua.
Change in box office opening hours
Please note our box office opening hours have been changed from March 1.
Time: doors open at 20:30; performance starts at 21:00
Theater Na de Dam
This concert is part of the national theatre event Theater Na de Dam. On the evening of National Remembrance Day, on 4 May, theatre makers and artists throughout the Netherlands devote themselves to lending extra significance to this day. Every year, more than a hundred performances take place at the same time, each of which addresses World War II in its own way.