Summer Concert

Closed due to Coronavirus

The stables and palace gardens are closed until further notice. The palace is closed until 2021 due to renovation.

9 August 2019

Summer Concert

Paleis Het Loo will be hosting a wonderful Summer Concert on 9th August. The concert starts at 14.30 hrs. on the Stables Square. The NJO Sinfonietta will perform a programme with no less than 32 musicians!

Stallenplein_aanspanplaats

Programme

ProkofjevSymfonie nr. 1 in D, op. 25
VivaldiFagotconcert in G
Saint-SaënsIntroduction et Rondo Capriccioso, op. 28
BeethovenSymfonie nr.1 in C, op. 21

Tickets

A regular ticket to Paleis Het Loo includes admission to the Summer Concert.

TICKETSHOP

The concert

Young artist in residence Thomas Dulfer performs in a beautiful fagotconcert by Vivaldi. Master violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky leads the orchestra whilst playing and is also a solist in the sizzling Introduction et Rondo Capriccioso by Saint-Saëns. Furthermore, the programme includes the unparalleled 'Classic symphony' by Prokofjev and the First symphony by Beethoven. The NJO Sinfonietta is a particularly energetic ensemble that plays all concerts standing. In this way, not only the dynamics between the musicians themselves is optimal, but the sparks also jump over to the audience.

Alexander Sitkovetsky 2 – Vinci Ng – kleiner

Master violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky

Meet & Greet

The musicians are available for a Meet & Greet after the performance, from 15.45 to 16.30 hrs. You are welcome to ask questions in an informal setting and/or have a closer look at the instruments.

Other events

palace gardens colonnades

Sunday Music

28 June - 27 September

Every last sunday of every month: Happy tunes in the gardens and stables. A classical music ensemble will play at 12:00h and 14:00h.
Hovenier Francien is 1 van de twee bloemisten die elke week verse boeketten voor in het paleis maakt. Foto Paleis Het Loo_bewerkt

September: Garden month

5 September 2019 - 29 September 2019

Discover a wide range of activities in the palace gardens every Thursday and Friday in September.
Daniel Libeskind

The Garden of Earthly Worries

2 June - 30 September

‘The Garden of Earthly Worries’ is a presentation of four abstract sculptures which explore the imbalance of humankind in nature.
Tickets