Muziekgebouw aan t' IJ


  • Address
    Piet Heinkade 1, 1019 BR Amsterdam
  • Phone
    020-788 20 10
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About

  • Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ is an internationally leading, open and hospitable stage in Amsterdam that excels in contemporary music concerts and the related genres of classical, jazz, electronic pop music and world music.
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Past events






  • RA Pick
    • Wed, 13 May 2020

      FIBER Festival 2020: Instability

      FIBER understands like no other how to examine music and arts in relation to our physical surroundings. This year's theme, "Instability," explores new narratives by discussions, forward-thinking performances and audiovisual cartography and more. Jenny Hval and Félicia Atkinson kick things off at the imposing Muziekgebouw aan t' IJ.

    RA Pick
    • Wed, 13 May 2020

      FIBER Festival 2020: Instability

      FIBER understands like no other how to examine music and arts in relation to our physical surroundings. This year's theme, "Instability," explores new narratives by discussions, forward-thinking performances and audiovisual cartography and more. Jenny Hval and Félicia Atkinson kick things off at the imposing Muziekgebouw aan t' IJ.



    RA Pick
    • Sat, 4 Jan 2020

      FIBER x The Rest is Noise: Robert Henke + Nkisi & Charlie Hope

      Robert Henke, Nkisi, Zohar
      13
      Henke is well-respected for his contributions to contemporary electronic music, for his laser works and for co-creating Ableton Live. He's joined by musician Nkisi and visual artist Charlie Hope who showcase an audiovisual work rooted in the ancient knowledge system of the West African Dogon tribe.

    RA Pick
    • Sat, 4 Jan 2020

      FIBER x The Rest is Noise: Robert Henke + Nkisi & Charlie Hope

      Robert Henke, Nkisi, Zohar
      13
      Henke is well-respected for his contributions to contemporary electronic music, for his laser works and for co-creating Ableton Live. He's joined by musician Nkisi and visual artist Charlie Hope who showcase an audiovisual work rooted in the ancient knowledge system of the West African Dogon tribe.