In 2020 it will be exactly 100 years since the First Mahler Festival was held in Amsterdam to mark the 25th anniversary of the legendary conductor Willem Mengelberg (1871-1951) as chief conductor of the Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (RCO). The Second Mahler Festival was held in 1995, exactly 25 years before the 2020 festival. This is the Third Mahler Festival in Amsterdam.

Relevant

Program Mahler Festival 2020 Amsterdam

Friday 08-05-2020 to Sunday 17-05-2020 (10 days, over 21 performances).

Additional program

  • Exhibition: The Concertgebouw will become one large exhibition space. Some of the conductor's personal effects will be exhibited, including photographs from the family album of Mahler's widow, Alma, as well as objects on loan from the Médiathèque Musicale Mahler in Paris. Visitors will be able to admire such things as Mahler's famous eyeglasses, manuscripts, batons and cufflinks.
  • Guided tours: Follow in Mahler's footsteps as you walk along the route Mahler took more than a century ago in The Concertgebouw, a concert hall that would become his second musical home. See the place where he conducted or looked on as his friend Willem Mengelberg (1871-1951) rehearsed the Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (RCO). At the top of the famous staircase that Mahler descended stands a bust of the conductor made by his daughter, Anna Justine Mahler (Gucki) (1904-1988). This work of art was donated to The Concertgebouw by the composer's granddaughter, Marina Fistoulari Mahler (1943) during the Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 1995.
  • Symposium (09-05-2020 and 10-05-2020) Mahlers Universe: During the first festival weekend, the small hall will host a symposium presented by the Gustav Mahler Society Netherlands (GMSN) and the Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw. All the texts that Mahler has used in his songs and symphonies are examined as a journey through his life.
  • Mahler Forum (16-05-2020): During the second festival weekend, the accent will shift to Mahler's philosophical and spiritual legacy. During the Mahler Forum, formidable international thinkers will explain how the composer's influence is still felt well beyond the boundaries of music. The Mahler Foundation will organize this event.

Soloists

  • Andrew Staples (tenor).
  • Ashley Riches (baritone).
  • Barbara Kozelj (mezzo-soprano).
  • Catriona Morison (mezzo-soprano).
  • Christiane Karg (soprano).
  • Elisabeth Kulman (mezzo-soprano).
  • Feride Büyükdenktas (mezzo-soprano).
  • Fleur Barron (mezzo-soprano).
  • Gerhild Romberger (alto).
  • James Newby (baritone).
  • Julien van Mellaerts (baritone).
  • Roderick Williams (bariton).
  • Joelle Harvey (soprano).
  • Milan Siljanov (bass-baritone).
  • Okka von der Damerau (mezzo-soprano).
  • Sasha Cooke (mezzo-soprano).
  • Sophie Rennert (mezzo-soprano).

Choirs

  • Groot Omroepkoor (The Netherlands Radio Choir) (conductor: Peter Dijkstra).
  • Nationaal Kinderkoor (National Children's choir).
  • Other choirs t.b.a.

Accompanists

Orchestras

Conductors

After the festival

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29-07-2019: Official update

In less than a year, it’s time for the long-awaited Mahler Festival 2020. With this email, we are letting you know about the latest developments.

Marina Mahler on the Mahler Festival 2020
Granddaughter Marina Mahler will be guest of honour at the festival next year. In this video, she explains how Gustav Mahler influenced her life, and looks ahead to Mahler 2020. 'Amsterdam is a city that Mahler loved and that honoured him greatly during his lifetime.' Video message from Marina Mahler.

Book your accommodation on time
In May 2020, there will also be two other major events in the Netherlands: the Formula 1 Grand Prix and the Eurovision Song Contest. These events will mean extra crowds in Amsterdam during the Mahler Festival. We therefore advise you to book your accommodation in advance. (See also: '27-07-2019: Prior events in Amsterdam and the Netherlands' on this page.)

Recital Hall tickets on sale now
In addition to the symphonies in the Main Hall, there will also be seven concerts in the Recital Hall during the festival. You will be able, for instance, to hear Mahler’s songs by pianist Julius Drake (1959) with top international soloists. Tickets for these concerts are now available.

Restaurant LIER during the Mahler Festival
During the Mahler Festival you can enjoy a delicious meal in Restaurant LIER. Lunches, dinners, interval packages and suppers are served with different menus, inspired by the symphony of that day. Restaurant LIER (Lyre).

More information
Do you have any questions or would you like more information? Please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone the Concertgebouw line on: +31 (0)20 671 83 45; lines are open daily from 10:00 to 17:00. We will be delighted to help you. You can also follow the Mahler Festival 2020 Facebook event.

Yours sincerely,
The Royal Concertgebouw

Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw Lyre.

27-07-2019: Prior events in Amsterdam and the Netherlands

  • Monday 27-04-2020: National Royal Day or King's Day. Public Holiday. King's Day (Koningsdag) is an orange-filled celebration for the King's birthday held every year. Renowned for being one of the biggest and most colourful (orange) festivities in the Netherlands, and especially so in Amsterdam. All residents may offer (on a non-professional basis) products and services in the city streets without a market permit.
  • Sunday 03-05-2020: Formula One in Zandvoort (near Haarlem beach).
  • Monday 04-05-2020: National Remembrance Day. National 2 minutes silence at 20:00. King and Queen at Dam Square Amsterdam. Live broadcasting.
  • Tuesday 05-05-2020: National Liberation Day. Public Holiday. All of the Netherlands will pause to commemorate the country’s liberation. The German army surrendered on this day in 1945, bringing the Second World War to an end for the Netherlands. Since then, the Netherlands has strived to be the capital of freedom, independence and tolerance. To celebrate its continual liberation and societal freedoms, various activities and events are planned throughout the city.
  • Tuesday 05-05-2020: Amstel Concert. Liberation Day will conclude with the Amstel Concert. Starting at 21:00, artists from diverse musical genres will perform on an enormous floating podium, with the stately Royal Carré Theatre in the background. The concert will be attended by the King and Queen, as well as all volunteers for the 04-05-2020 and 05-05-2020 festivities. Live broadcasting.
  • Tuesday 12-05-2019, Thursday 14-05-2019 and Saturday 16-05-2020: Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in the Netherlands. Not in Amsterdam. Extra tourists in Amsterdam. Dates not confirmed yet. Live broadcasting.

25-07-2019: Publication program Symposium 'Mahler's Universe'

  • Publication of the program of the Symposium 'Mahler's Universe' on 09-05-2020 and 10-05-2020.
  • A two-day congress about the texts that Mahler used for his songs and symphonies. What are the recurring themes, which choices did he make, what was his relation to the ideas and worlds of the writers and philosophers behind the texts? Looking deeper into this subject will lead to a clear and multi-layered view on the composer and his time, his outer- and his inner world.
  • Location: Mahler Pavilion.
  • See 'Program Mahler Festival 2020 Amsterdam' for details.
  • Ticket sales starts 01-09-2019 at www.concertgebouw.nl

23-07-2019: Mahler Festival Sponsorship

  • Mahler Pavilion on Museum Square

    Interest in the upcoming Mahler Festival 2020 has been overwhelming: passe-partouts were sold out within three days. The Concertgebouw wants to make it possible for more people to share in this unique festival, and therefore dreams of building a spacious Mahler Pavilion on Museum Square. This will allow thousands of visitors to enjoy the concerts both inside and outside the pavilion, via live streaming.

Impression Mahler Pavilion on Museum Square

Impression Mahler Pavilion on Museum Square.

  • To make this possible, support from the business community is indispensable. Companies supporting the Mahler Pavilion are offered the following unique benefits:

  • 1. Mahler’s Universe Dinner
    An exclusive dinner in the Mirror Hall at a private table for ten people for your company, and first class tickets for Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 with the Berlin Philharmonic on 11-05-2020 and/or for Mahler’s Symphony No. 5 with the Vienna Philharmonic on 12-05-2020 in the legendary Main Hall.

  • 2. Friday Night @ Museum Square
    Receiving creative inspiration, learning more about Mahler and networking in a casual atmosphere: all of this is possible on 15-05-2020 in the Mahler Pavilion on Museum Square. Introduce your business associates and colleagues to the beauty and depth of Mahler’s music. You will receive twenty admission tickets to this event.

  • More information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

15-07-2019: Live stream Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020

10-07-2019: Restoration Night Watch

  • The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam starts restoring Rembrandt van Rijn's (1606 Leiden - 1669 Amsterdam) famous painting ' The Night Watch '. The painting will be restored in the hall where it's currently hanging, and visitors to the museum are welcome to watch the process. The restoration will take more than a year. Check progress during the Mahler Festival 2020 Amsterdam. The restoration can be followed online.

08-07-2019: Program change

  • As a result of planning challenges, the start time of the matinee concert on Saturday, 09-05-2020 (RPO / Hannu Lintu), has been changed from 14:15 to 13:30. The program is unchanged. The new end time is approximately 15:50 uur.

03-06-2019: Symposium

  • First details of the Symposium Mahlers Universe on 09-05-2020 and 10-05-2020 by the Gustav Mahler Stichting Nederland and the Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw. See 2020 program.

19-05-2019: Mahler's Univers

09-05-2019: Mahler Foundation and The Royal Concertgebouw are joining forces

  • The Mahler Foundation and The Royal Concertgebouw are proud to announce that they are joining forces for a number of special events at the Mahler Festival 2020. Exhibitions, commissions of new works, films and documentaries, and an international forum on the environment entitled ‘Song of the Earth’ will augment the musical performances in an innovative exploration of the man behind the masterpieces.

    "Joining hands with all the young people marching everywhere for the preservation of the earth, 'Song of the Earth' will become a battle cry", says Marina Fistoulari Mahler (1943). Listen to her statement on the occasion of the collaboration with The Royal Concertgebouw:

08-05-2019: Festival in one year

26-02-2019: Ticket sales (III) for the performances announced on 25-02-2019

  • As additional series for holders of a subscription for the 2019-2020 season.
  • Non-Symphony performances.

25-02-2019: More participants announced

  • For performances on 09-05-2020, 11-05-2020, 12-05-2020, 14-05-2020, 15-05-2020, 16-05-2020 and 17-05-2020.

25-02-2019: Mahler family

22-02-2019: Das Klagende Lied

21-02-2019: Ticket sales (II) Sunday morning concert series

  • Start tickets sales for the two Sunday morning concerts (10-05-2020 and 17-05-2020).

20-02-2019: More participants announced

07-12-2018: Posters in Concertgebouw

07-12-2018. Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020. Poster in Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw.

07-12-2018. Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020. Poster in Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw.

07-12-2018. Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020. Poster in Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw.

27-11-2018: Passe-partouts received

  • Printed tickets received.

2018. Gustav Mahler FESTIVAL Amsterdam 2020 *****. Ticket.

21-11-2018: Passe-partouts sold out

  • All passe-partouts sold out.

2018. Gustav Mahler FESTIVAL Amsterdam 2020 *****Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw.

20-11-2018: Ticket sales (I) Passe-partouts

  • Passe-partouts. For holders of a subscription.

19-11-2018: Mahler Foundation (co-host)

18-11-2018: Composition Rick van Veldhuizen

  • Rick van Veldhuizen (1994). Member of the 2011 Young Talent Class, Fontys Conservatorium, Tilburg, The Netherlands. Composition at the request of the Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (RCO). The piece is still under development (11-2018). The plan is currently that it will be a kind of prelude to Mahler's Symphony No. 9. Not for the entire orchestra, but for the strings section and harp. The orchestration is like the Adagietto of Symphony No. 5, although it does not necessarily have a lot to do with it). Duration circa 8 minutes. World premiere 16-05-2020. The day of Mahler Symphony No. 9.

17-11-2018: Accommodation

15-11-2018: Theme of the festival

  • The central theme of the festival is 'Mahler’s Universe'.

2018. Gustav Mahler FESTIVAL Amsterdam 2020 *****. 'Mahler's Universe'. 

14-11-2018: Visitors

13-11-2018: Passe-partouts sales Concertvrienden

  • Program published.
  • Passe-partouts almost sold out.
  • Passe-partout holders will receive an invitation for an exclusive reception in due course.

2018. Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020. Program.

09-11-2018: Contact Festival organization

  • www.mahler-festival.nl
  • www.concertgebouw.nl
  • E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Telephone: 0031 20 305 99 77

08-11-2018: Symphonies, orchestras and conductors

The first contours of the program in the Dutch evening newspaper NRC.

2018. Gustav Mahler FESTIVAL Amsterdam 2020 *****. The first contours of the program in the evening newspaper NRC of 08-11-2018. Interview Simon Reinink (1966) - Director of the Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw.

13-11-2018: Passe-partouts sales Gustav Kringleden and Share holders

  • Passe-partouts.

12-09-2018: Logo Mahler Festival 2020

2018. Gustav Mahler FESTIVAL Amsterdam 2020 *****.

10-09-2018: Ticket sales announcement

Planning for the ticket sales has been announced:

  • 01-06-2019: Start sales tickets large hall and small all concerts. Start single ticket sales for all concerts.
  • 26-02-2019: Start sales tickets large hall and small via serial sales. Select your own concerts series.
  • 20-11-2018: Start sales passe-partouts large hall. Order your passe-partout ticket for all Mahler symphonies.
  • 13-11-2018: Start sales passe-partouts large hall Concertvrienden and Gustav Mahler Stichting Nederland. Detailed concert information online.
  • 06-11-2018: Start sales passe-partouts large hall Kringleden and Share holders.
  • 10-09-2018: Preludium September 2018:

Gustav Mahler FESTIVAL Amsterdam 2020 *****. Ticket sales announcement.

  • 20-08-2018: More information expected in September 2018. 
  • 26-05-2018: No new information.
  • 06-02-2018: No further details available yet from the Dutch Mahler Society.
  • 19-12-2017: Release of The Mahler Festival - Official website: In the upcoming months, more information on the Mahler Festival will be added to this website.
  • 30-10-2017: No new information.
  • 23-03-2017: The date the ticket sale starts, has yet to be announced. Follow this page to stay up to date with the latest developments.

01-09-2018: Line-up

The Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester (GMJO) and the Budapest Festival Orchestra (BFO) have been added to the line-up.

27-04-2018: Mahler Foundation and Mahler's Universe

The Mahler Foundation will use this special occasion to partner with the Concertgebouw to launch a special program to indicate its future mission and projects. Mahler Foundation is working in partnership with Het Concertgebouw in its capacity as the organisers of Mahler Festival 2020. This international cultural event, marking the 100th anniversary of the first-ever celebration of the composer in Amsterdam in 1920, is entitled ‘Mahler’s Universe’ and will feature performances of all of Mahler’s works by some of the world’s foremost orchestras and singers.

Mahler Foundation will contribute a series of events to augment the impact and reach of these concerts allowing us to highlight Gustav Mahler’s profoundly perceptive and generous view of life and art:

  1. Co-commissioning works by contemporary composers to be premiered alongside Mahler’s symphonies;
  2. Hosting a film festival highlighting Mahler’s life and works in many different ways;
  3. Organising a tree-planting ceremony for children choristers participating in the Festival;
  4. Contributing to pre-concert and intermission talks and presentations;
  5. Curating and producing a photo exhibition based on the Mahler Family albums;
  6. Presenting a 2-day symposium by the Gustav Mahler Forum exploring issues crucial to Mahler’s personal sensibilities and concerns, including the environment, cultural identity, and religion;
  7. Premiering the presentation of the first-ever Mahler Award, an international honour recognising an individual or organisation that demonstrates exceptional achievement and embodies the Mahler Foundation’s aims and areas of concern; contemporary art, youth culture, and the environment.

19-12-2017: Release official website

The Mahler Festival will be held in May 2020. This will be The Royal Concertgebouw’s third grand homage to the world-renowned composer. In 2020 it will be exactly 100 years since the first Mahler Festival was held in Amsterdam to mark the 25th anniversary of the legendary conductor Willem Mengelberg as chief conductor of the Concertgebouw Orchestra. The second Mahler Festival was held in 1995, exactly 25 years before the 2020 festival.

Four major international orchestras

The Mahler Festival in May 2020 will include performances of all of Gustav Mahler’s symphonies played by four major international orchestras, all of which Gustav Mahler himself conducted. These are: the New York Philharmonic, the Vienna Philharmonic, the Berlin Philharmonic and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. In addition, an expansive range of vocal repertoire and chamber music will be heard in The Concertgebouw. A prominent place will be given to education, and use will be made of the concert hall’s livestream possibilities which will ensure that the Mahler Festival can be shared with a broad, international audience. Other cultural institutions in Amsterdam will contribute to the festival through several events and exhibitions.

In the upcoming months, more information on the Mahler Festival will be added to The Concertgebouw's website.

23-02-2017: Festival page mahlerfoundation.info

Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw.

02-02-2017: Ticket sales

November 2018.

00-11-2016: Article in the programme guide 'Preludium' of the Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (RCO)

2016. Gustav Mahler FESTIVAL Amsterdam 2020 *****. Photo: Matthew VanBesien (director New York Philharmonic Orchestra (NYPO/NPO)), Jaap van Zweden (1960) and Simon Reinink (1966) (director Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw)

Translated from Dutch: Official publication in New York about the opening of the Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020 by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (NYPO/NPO) with Symphony No. 1. This is the first performance of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (NYPO/NPO) led by its new chief conductor Jaap van Zweden (1960) in Amsterdam and the first concert of the Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020. Jaap van Zweden (1960) is very enhousiast: "Gustav Mahler, the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (NYPO/NPO) and the Royal Concertgebouwl, and all that in my hometown!".

Through livestream the Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020 will be shared with a broad (international) audience.

09-09-2016: New York Philharmonic And Jaap van Zweden To Open Mahler Festival 2020 in Amsterdam

by BWW News Desk Sep. 9, 2016  

The New York Philharmonic and Jaap van Zweden, who becomes Music Director in 2018, will open the Mahler Festival in Amsterdam in May 2020, presented by The Royal Concertgebouw. The New York Philharmonic under Jaap van Zweden will perform Mahler's Symphony No. 1 in the opening concert of the festival in the Concertgebouw. The appearance will be part of the Orchestra's first European tour with Mr. van Zweden in spring 2020, the first in the Netherlands under the new Music Director, and the first performance at the Concertgebouw's Mahler Festival.

The Mahler Festival will be held May 6-May 20, 2020. This will be the Concertgebouw's third grand homage to the world-renowned composer. In 2020 it will be exactly 100 years since the first Mahler Festival was held in Amsterdam to mark the 25th anniversary of the legendary conductor Willem Mengelberg as chief conductor of the Concertgebouw Orchestra. The second Mahler Festival was held in 1995, exactly 25 years before the 2020 festival. The New York Philharmonic enjoys a special connection with both Mahler and Mengelberg, who both served as Music Directors. Mahler conducted several of his own works with the Philharmonic, including the U.S. Premiere of his Symphony No. 1 in 1909.

Royal Concertgebouw and New York Philharmonic Orchestra (NYPO/NPO).

The Mahler Festival 2020 will include performances of all of Gustav Mahler's symphonies played by four major international orchestras, all of which Gustav Mahler himself conducted and which will be heard together in Amsterdam for the first time. These are: the New York Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic, Berlin Philharmonic, and Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. In addition, an expansive vocal repertoire and chamber music will be heard in The Concertgebouw. A prominent place will be given to education, and use will be made of the concert hall's livestream possibilities which will ensure that the Mahler Festival can be shared with a broad, international audience.

"Mahler, the New York Philharmonic, the Concertgebouw - all in my hometown! What an absolute honor and joy it will be for me to share all of this when the New York Philharmonic and I have the privilege of opening the great Mahler Festival in 2020," said Jaap van Zweden. "It will be 25 years since I played in this Festival as concertmaster of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and, now in 2020, I am thrilled to be bringing the New York Philharmonic to the Festival for the first time."

"The Concertgebouw is very much looking forward to welcoming the New York Philharmonic and Jaap van Zweden at the Mahler Festival 2020," said Simon Reinink (1966), General Manager of The Concertgebouw. "Not only because that orchestra was once conducted by Mahler, but also because it emphasizes the longstanding relationship between the orchestra and The Concertgebouw and - of course - between New York and Amsterdam."

"We can't think of a more fitting performance for Jaap van Zweden's first Europe tour with the Philharmonic than to perform in his hometown, honoring Mahler, who was such an influential figure in the history of this great Orchestra," said Matthew VanBesien, President of the New York Philharmonic. "We are tremendously excited to be coming to Amsterdam with Jaap, and thank our colleagues at The Concertgebouw for this opportunity."

Amsterdam/New York City Art and Culture Mission: The Concertgebouw is participating in the first-ever Amsterdam Art and Culture Mission to New York City, September 7-11, 2016, under the leadership of Deputy Mayor Kajsa Ollongren. The mission, in which more than 60 art institutions are participating, is aimed at creating bonds between organizations, artists, and the two cities. After all, collaboration between institutions has a direct effect on what there is to see and do in the city and its surroundings. In addition to the artistic and economic value of art and culture, the social significance for the cities is also high on the agenda. Here, too, Amsterdam and New York can learn from each other.

About The Royal Concertgebouw

The Royal Concertgebouw is considered one of the most important concert halls in the world because of its unparalleled acoustics and wide range of high-level programming. The concert hall has a great tradition for legendary concerts by musical greats. With more than 900 activities (of which almost 80% are concerts), more than 700,000 concertgoers, educational projects, and private events annually, The Concertgebouw is one of the most visited concert halls in the world. The Concertgebouw Café also attracts more than 100,000 visitors annually. Since its founding, The Concertgebouw has been a privately funded art institution with a rich tradition in the field of (concert) sponsorship and fundraising. Approximately 5% of its income comes from subsidies. A special contribution from the BankGiro Lottery is enabling The Concertgebouw to realize its ambitions in the field of sustainability. For more information: www.concertgebouw.nl/en

12-09-2016: Jaap van Zweden (1960) opens Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020.

2016. Gustav Mahler FESTIVAL Amsterdam 2020 *****. Article in NRC Handelsblad (Dutch daily evening newspaper), section Premiere, Monday 12-09-2016 (translation from Dutch):

New York Philharmonic Orchestra (NYPO/NPO)Jaap van Zweden (1960) opens Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020.

Translated from Dutch: In May 2020 the NYPO will open the Mahler Festival in the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Conductor Jaap van Zweden, who joins the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (NYPO/NPO) as its new chief-conductor in 2018, will start with Mahlers' Symphony No. 1. It is the first concert by the NYPO in the Netherlands with the new chief-conductor. The Mahler Festival will take place between May 6, 2020 (06-05-2020) and May 20, 2020 (20-05-2020), 100 years after the first Mahler Festival, which was held in 1920 to celebrate the 25th conducting anniversary of Willem Mengelberg. In 1995 was a second Mahler Festival. The third festival will be very extensive, with all Mahler symphonys played by the orchestra's who were all conducted by Mahler: NYPO, VPO, BPO and the RCO. It is the first time in history there orchestras can be heard together in Amsterdam. (NRC)

Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (RCO).

12-02-2016: Participation of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (NYPO/NPO)

Amsterdam. Jaap van Zweden (1960) confirms on Dutch television he and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (NYPO/NPO) will be part of the Gustav Mahler Festival Amsterdam 2020.

06-05-2014: Press release Mahler Festival 2020 in Amsterdam, first indication about the upcoming festival (2014)

2014. Gustav Mahler FESTIVAL Amsterdam 2020 *****. First press release.

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