|Tentoonstelling 'Mozart in Den Haag'|
Opening 18 december 2015 om 16.45 uur.
Bibliotheek van het NMI vanaf
|Integrale uitvoering orgelwerk Anthon van der Horst|
Zaterdag 7 november 2015 in de Kloosterkerk in Den Haag.
|Mozart voor beiaard|
Op donderdagmiddag 10 september is, tijdens de opening en het openingsconcert van het festival ‘Mozart in Den Haag’ in de Oostenrijkse Residentie, het (4e) Haags Beiaardboek gepresenteerd.
Related NMI projects
The compositions of Alphons Diepenbrock.
The Second World War in Music.
The composer Julius Röntgen.
Het verleden van een Rotterdams orkest in woord, beeld en geluid.
Concert life in the Dutch East Indies / Indonesia.
Netherlands Music Institute
The Netherlands Music Institute (NMI) is the central institution for the preservation of the musical heritage of the Netherlands.
Thousands of music manuscripts, letters and other documents will be found in the music archives. The library contains numerous early prints of treatises and scores, as well as modern editions and reference works. The collections serve as a source for historical research and modern music practice.
Due to the holidays the reading room will be closed on Monday 28 March, Wednesday 27 April, Thursday 5 May, Friday 6 May, Monday 16 May and Thursday 26 May.
New visitors address:
Haags Gemeentearchief (City Archive)
Reading room ground floor
Spui 70 (Atrium City Hall)
2511 BT The Hague
From the archives: Monthly feature
Clara Schumann? At first sight, there is a striking resemblance. Upon closer study, the identification of this extraordinary portrait seems credible. (Photograph by H.Ph.J. Schuiten, Amsterdam).
Due to reduction of the organisation, this series is discontinued as of December 2012.
State subsidy for musical heritage cut to zero
In his vision of what should be ‘new culture policy', State Secretary Halbe Zijlstra has announced on Friday, June 10 that subsidy for the Netherlands Music Institute will be terminated as of January 1, 2013. This effectively means that the State denies further responsibility for musical heritage.
Louis Andriessen: "It's War!"
|"Everything that has been built up after the war in the last sixty years is now being destroyed", Andriessen on the destruction by the Rutte administration of the Dutch Music Institute and the Music Centre Netherlands.|