Support the Residentie Orkest

Help us continue to share music

Every contribution, big or small, is very welcome and helps (us) to keep sharing our music with as many people as possible. Donating is easy via iDEAL and you can of course decide the amount.

An Alzheimer's patient enjoying the warm tones in Beethoven's Ninth, a proud conservatory student hearing his first symphony played and children discovering in City Orchestra The Residents how much fun making music together is: that's how beautiful giving sounds.

Private support

Support Residentie Orkest and make a vital contribution to musical education and inspiring activities in The Hague.

Business support

Make a structural contribution to the orchestra as a company. For example, join the Business Circle of the Residentie Orkest. This way your organization supports our orchestra and you and your colleagues expand your network.

Our Projects

The orchestra that elementary school students from all over The Hague can join.
The Residents Stadsorkest
In this project, composition students at the Royal Conservatory of Music take to the streets for inspiration to write a one-minute symphony.
One Minute Symphony XL
Young people make an impact on stage with their message for a more beautiful world.
Stage Your Voice
We bring music into the districts of The Hague.
Music at your doorstep
Concerts from The Hague's Residentie Orkest into the city so everyone has a chance to enjoy our music.
RO in the city

Need help?

Want to support us, but not yet sure how? Find out which choice suits you best here.

To the decision aid

"The Business Circle of the Residentie Orkest is the most fun entrepreneurial network in The Hague and the surrounding area.Well organized and special meetings, a relevant network and beautiful music. What more could you want? "

Peter Arensman, Managing Director BAS Consultancy

"The Residentie Orkest is currently undergoing a boost that deserves both our warm interest and our financial support. We are happy to support the orchestra in reaching historic heights."