24 Sept 2005. Because of its superb acoustics, Amsterdams Concertgebouw is considered one of the three finest concert halls in Europe. This month to celebrate almost 250 years since Mozarts birth in 1756, the Concertgebouw is hosting a concert entitled Mozart: 250 Years to be performed by the Academy of St. Martins in the Field, the most recorded chamber orchestra in the world. Conducted by violinist Kenneth Sillito, and featuring the talented Swedish clarinettist, Martin Frst, the concert includes Mozarts 15th Symphony in G, Clarinet Concert in A, Cassation in G and 33rd Symphony in B Flat. Admission 40 Concert starts at 20.15
As of 1 Sept, holders of Concertgebouw tickets are eligible for free public transport on GVB buses, metros and trams for 3 hours prior to, and 4 hours after the performance.
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Mozart at the Concertgebouw.
The Concertgebouw is at Concertgebouwplein 26 and is easy to reach by tram from the NS-stations in Amsterdam Central Station: tram 2, 5, 16 and 24 and bus 170 Tel.+31 206718345