In addition to jazz, you can also enjoy classical music in the Plantage this summer, in the Hortus and in the Luther Museum.
The Hortus organizes a series of wonderful concerts in the Palmenkas. Listen to the music between ancient palms and relax as you wish; bring your mat, your favorite pillow or ottoman and find a nice spot in the greenhouse for your concert.
- July 8 – The Wong Janice (cello)
- July 15 – Lavinia Meijer (harp)
- July 22 – Matteo Myderwyk (piano)
- July 29 – Jaber Fayad (ūd)
- August 5 – Jasper Iturrospe (classical guitar)
- August 12 – Ella van Poucke (cello)
- August 19 – Dominique Vleeshouwers (percussion)
- August 26 – DeLange (piano)
Click here for tickets and more information; Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam, Plantage Middenlaan 2a
There are four concerts to enjoy in the Luther Museum Amsterdam in July;
Sunday, July 4 at 4:45 PM The string trio (Tony Rous – violin, Suzan Rous Woelderink – viola and Martin Bungeroth – violoncello) will play music written in dangerous situations.
Sunday 11 July at 16:45 A daring program by Lumen Ensemble (Anastasia Kozlova – violin & Eva Tebbe – harp) in which folk music elements and nostalgia come together in an inimitable way.
Sunday, July 18 at 4:45 PM The family ensemble TRIO RUSANOVSKY, consisting of Leon and his two children Julia and Arthur, will play a colorful and intimate concert.
Sunday 25 July at 16:45 A varied concert by Willem Brons with the Sonata in A major D959 by Schubert as a central point, alongside Mozart and Liszt. Willem Brons has a pronounced affinity with Bach, Mozart, Schubert and the late Beethoven.
More information and tickets on the website. Lutherian Museum Amsterdam, Nieuwe Keizersgracht 570