Have you always wanted to know what a first-class orchestra sounds like? The Residentie Orkest's Lunchtime Concerts at the Amare Concert Hall, during which we play a half-hour excerpt from the evening concert, offer a fantastic look behind the curtains and provide an inspiring interlude to your day. Please note that you must book tickets in advance.
Help us keep sharing music
The Residentie Orkest has been the orchestra of The Hague, the royal city by the sea, since 1904. How beautiful is it if future generations continue to experience and play the power of classical music? That won't be possible without your help! Pass on music with your visit to our lunch concert. An Alzheimer's patient enjoying the warm sounds of Dvořák's Ninth , a proud conservatory student hearing his first symphony played, and giggling children in elementary school in The Hague: that's how beautiful giving sounds. For this pay-as-you-like lunch concert, you can decide what you want to pay for your ticket. The minimum ticket price is €0, but more is very welcome and helps to keep sharing our music with as many people as possible.