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Van 28 juli t/m 4 augustus vindt de 26e editie van het Delft Chamber Music Festival plaats, met dit jaar als thema "Op Reis".  (c) Melle Meivogel

Delft Chamber Music Festival - Discount on different concerts

Valid until 4 Aug 2023
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The 26th edition of the Delft Chamber Music Festival will take place from 28 July to 4 August. Artistic director Nino Gvetadze puts together a program around the theme "On a journey". National and international top musicians, young masters and young talents will make their appearance.

With the TheHaguePass you get a discount on various concerts! 

  • 28 July - Opening Concert - Alla Zingarese 
  • Regular: € 36.00 - DenHaagPas: € 27.50 
     
  • 29 July - Young Masters Concert 
  • Regular: € 27.50 - DenHaagPas: € 22.50 
     
  • 29 July - Dutch Masters in Music & Painting 
  • Regular: € 45.00 - DenHaagPas: € 35.00  
     
  • 30 July - Winterreise 
  • Regular: € 36.00 - DenHaagPas: € 27.50 
     
  • 30 July - Noorderlicht 
  • Regular: € 36.00 - DenHaagPas: € 27.50 
     
  • 1 August - The Silk Road  
  • Regular: € 36.00 - DenHaagPas: € 27.50 
     
  • 2 August - Oude Kerk Concert - rank 1 
  • Regular: € 36.00 - DenHaagPas: € 27.50 
     
  • 3 August - De Bedevaart
  • Regular: € 36.00 - DenHaagPas: € 27.50 
     
  • 3 August - America 
  • Regular: € 36.00 - DenHaagPas: € 27.50 
     
  • 4 August - Young Talent Route 
  • Regular: € 32.50 - DenHaagPas: € 25.00 
     
  • 4 August - Final concert: Vienna and Paris 
  • Regular: € 45.00 - DenHaagPas: € 35.00

Where and how?

Buy your tickets on the website of the Delft Chamber Music Festival and indicate at 'discount pass' that you have a DenHaagPas. You may be asked to show your DenHaagPas at the entrance.


Duration of this promotion

 The Delft Chamber Festival will take place from 28th of July until the 4th of August 2023. 


About the Delft Chamber Music Festival

The Delft Chamber Music Festival celebrates its 26th anniversary this summer. Since its foundation by violinist Isabelle van Keulen in 1997, the festival has grown into a world-class chamber music festival. Violinist Liza Ferschtman took over the artistic leadership in 2007 and has continued to build the festival's reputation over the past 15 years. Since 2021 pianist Nino Gvetadze is artistic director. This summer she invites the world's top classical music players to make music against the historic backdrop of Delft and the surrounding area.

 

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