We’ve created online and offline festival areas.
The festival’s a go, whatever happens! Of course, we don’t know yet whether concert venues will be allowed to open, but either way the Piano Biënnale’s still going ahead. That’s why we’ve created online and offline festival areas. Find answers to all your practical questions here.
From the comfort of your couch
You can follow the Piano Biënnale from any of your favourite spots at home – on the couch, in bed, at the breakfast table or even at your grandma’s.
When you buy a ticket online, you receive an email confirmation with login details for ‘My account’. This icon is always located in the top right-hand corner of our website.
Either select a concert currently livestreaming or re-watch concert recordings for a whole month post-performance.
In the concert hall
Two cities, one festival
Nothing beats the experience of a live concert. If venues are allowed to reopen their doors in time, then we look forward to welcoming you to one of our two concert halls – Musis & Stadstheater Arnhem and Stadsschouwburg Nijmegen & Concertgebouw De Vereeniging. These two venues will be acting as the home bases for the Piano Biënnale.
Arnhem – Musis
The immaculately renovated Musis has two concert halls that will provide a stage for the Piano Biënnale’s musicians – the modern Parkzaal and the historical Muzenzaal. It’s now also the proud co-producer of the Piano Biënnale.Visit the Musis website
Nijmegen – De Vereeniging
Concertgebouw De Vereeniging in Nijmegen will provide a stage for the Piano Biënnale’s musicians in its spectacular 19th-century concert hall. It’s now also the proud co-producer of the Piano Biënnale.Visit the De Vereeniging website
Food & beverages
Chances are that we still won’t be allowed to welcome concertgoers – even by mid-May. That’s why we’ve arranged a special eat-at-home menu for those guests who live close to our concert venues.
Just pop the meal in the oven and light some candles for a romantic pre-concert dinner! Food and beverages will also be available during the concert if venues are open.