Besides performances and concerts in our own house at the Vrijthof, a vast amount of our program can be seen at different locations and venues throughout the city.
THEATER AAN HET VRIJTHOF
Theater aan het Vrijthof has been established since 1992. The theater was built on the foundations of an old Monastery on which the neclassical Generals House was built.
The Bordenhal is the home of Toneelgroep Maastricht. Located on the east bank of the Maas, it has a modern, multifunctional 'flat floor' room.
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Theater aan het Vrijthof programs a large part of her dance, theater and jazz concerts at AINSI, located in the former packaging department of cement firm ENCI.
Henric van Veldekeplein
The Sint Janskerk is a monumental church building that is characteristic of the historic cityscape of Maastricht. The church is located at the Vrijthof, opposite the theater, and provides a very atmospheric experience very suitable for classical music.
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The Bonnefantenmuseum is a museum for visual art in Maastricht. It is one of the three provincial museums in Limburg.
Hidden behind a monumental gate on Brusselsestraat is the Cellebroeders chapel, one of Maastricht's most hidden monuments. The chapel offers, with phenomenal acoustics, a perfect setting for our chamber music concerts.
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The Onze Lieve Vrouwebasiliek is a Romanesque church in the center of Maastricht, situated on the eponymous Onze Lieve Vrouwe square. The church and chapel are open daily and freely accessible. A very special and authentic location with beautiful acoustics.
Kumulus is the center for amateur art in Maastricht. In addition to lessons and courses in music, dance, visual arts and theatre & musical, the Kumulus theater is ideal for small performances.
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The center for art, culture and education, located behind the Bordenhal on Plein 1992. The modern location is aimed at connecting information and culture between young and old.
The Toneelacademie Maastricht was founded in 1950. It is more than just a school: it is a theater center with contacts and partnerships throughout Europe. Performances are given in the theater; by students of their own courses but also guest performances.
Henric van Veldekeplein
The Sint Servaas Basilica is believed to have been built on the grave of St. Servatius and is considered to be the oldest still existing church in the Netherlands. The Keizerzaal, which once offered a view of the priest's choir, is an imposing hall suitable for intimate concerts.
Maastricht Academy of Music is, as part of Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, an internationally oriented conservatory that trains (inter)national students in the disciplines of Classical music, Jazz/Pop and Music in Education. The performances take place in the Willem Hijstekzaal.
This church is located at the Theresia square in the district Biesland, on the edge of the Maastricht city center. The church is named after the 19th-century French nun Theresia of Lisieux, who died at the age of 24, but has written a world-famous autobiography about her life.