Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about tickets
How do I buy a ticket?
Tickets can be purchased through the page of the concert of your choice; on the right side you will find a button. This button directs you to the page of the concert hall in question. There you can buy your tickets.
After you have bought a ticket on the website of the concert hall, you will receive it in your mailbox and you can find it in your account.
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At Musis & Stadstheater Arnhem you can also order tickets through the box office, for which a service fee of €1 is charged, with a maximum of €5 per order. When ordering wheelchair seats, payment with a gift certificate or voucher and purchasing online, no service fee is charged. The box office of Musis & Stadstheater Arnhem can be reached at 026 – 443 73 43 from Monday to Saturday from 12.00h to 17.00h.
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At the box office of the Stadsschouwburg in Nijmegen it is also possible to buy tickets, no account is needed for that and no extra service costs are charged. The box office of Schouwburg De Vereeniging in Nijmegen can be reached on 024 – 3 22 11 00 from Wednesday to Saturday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At both concert halls all tickets are on sale for Piano Biennale 2023, also for concerts in the other city.
Questions about Piano Biënnale
How can I support Piano Biënnale?
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Who’s behind the Piano Biënnale?
Internationally renowned pianist Daria van den Bercken came up with the idea for the Piano Biënnale. She works with a dedicated team of experts to make the festival a resounding success.
Will Piano Biënnale take place regularly?
Yes. Piano Biënnale will take place every two years.