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TRACKS: Nino in Wonderland at the Concertgebouw

TRACKS: Nino in Wonderland at the Concertgebouw

Feb 28, 2020
9pm
Concertgebouw Recital Hall, Concertgebouwplein 10, 1071 LN
Amsterdam
From 18 euros

TRACKS: Nino in Wonderland at the Concertgebouw

TRACKS is a series of astonishing and rather atypical concerts at the Concertgebouw, involving unique programmes and often unfamiliar sonorities and renditions.

Whether you're a regular classical concert-goer or just simply open to discovering different kinds of music, TRACKS provides you with compelling hour-long concerts by renowned artists, followed by DJ-centred afterparties. The distinguished Recital Hall upstairs at Concertgebouw is where this unparalleled creativity unfolds. 

Wandering far from the norm with Nino in Wonderland

The critically praised pianist Nino Gvetadze takes centre stage during "Nino in Wonderland", where she plays a foray of unique sounds, joined by violinist Daniel Rowland and cellist Maja Bogdanovic.

With added dimensions by stage director Elsina Jansen, video artist Jurjen Alkema and lighting design by Desirée van Gelderen, it's immensely bewitching. 

TRACKS concerts take place in the Recital Hall upstairs, where you sit so close to the performers that you simply can't miss a trick. This hall is a true favourite amongst the world's roster of musicians because of impeccable acoustics and intimacy.

The 2019-2020 TRACKS concert series

In the Recital Hall, sit back and witness today's pre-eminent musicians performing in awe-inspiring ways. The concept comprises five concerts with cleverly-devised TRACKS, each concert possessing an alluring theme. 

The rest of the concerts in the TRACKS series during the 2019-2020 season are:

Previous TRACKS concerts during the 2018-2019 season included Club ClassiqueNora FischerDominique Vleeshouwers and Alma Quartet.

Get your TRACKS tickets

Get your TRACKS tickets now for 18 euros and experience the enchantment of TRACKS in the Recital Hall! Browse the Concertgebouw website for more details.

Thumb photo: Simon van Boxtel