Concertgebouw

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The Royal Concertgebouw (Koninklijk Concertgebouw, ) is a concert hall in Amsterdam, Netherlands.wikipedia
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The Concertgebouw is mentioned, along with Madison Square Garden, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Rainbow Theatre, in the song "Rock Show" from the 1975 Wings album Venus and Mars.

Hollywood Bowl

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The Concertgebouw is mentioned, along with Madison Square Garden, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Rainbow Theatre, in the song "Rock Show" from the 1975 Wings album Venus and Mars.

Rainbow Theatre

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The Concertgebouw is mentioned, along with Madison Square Garden, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Rainbow Theatre, in the song "Rock Show" from the 1975 Wings album Venus and Mars.

Paul McCartney and Wings

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The Concertgebouw is mentioned, along with Madison Square Garden, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Rainbow Theatre, in the song "Rock Show" from the 1975 Wings album Venus and Mars.

Venus and Mars (Wings album)

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The Concertgebouw is mentioned, along with Madison Square Garden, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Rainbow Theatre, in the song "Rock Show" from the 1975 Wings album Venus and Mars.

List of concert halls

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Because of its highly regarded acoustics, the Concertgebouw is considered one of the finest concert halls in the world, along with places such as Boston's Symphony Hall and the Musikverein in Vienna.

Leoni Jansen

She has made a range of programs, such as a Pyjama night in the Concertgebouw, an Opera party for children in Vredenburg, and directed theatre shows for pop groups including Room Eleven, Sensual and Giovanca.

Netherlands Wind Ensemble

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The NBE is regularly featured in special concert series at Amsterdam’s main venues: the Concertgebouw, Paradiso and the new Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ.

Eurovision Young Musicians 1988

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The Eurovision Young Musicians 1988 was the fourth edition of the Eurovision Young Musicians, held at Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Netherlands on 31 May 1988.

Di Xiao

Described as “a pianist of awesome gifts" by the Birmingham Post, the Chinese pianist Di Xiao recently concluded a major international recital tour representing the U.K as part of the universally acclaimed European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) 'Rising Stars' series. The tour included sell out concerts at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, (Konzerthaus, Vienna), Salzburg Mozarteum, Stockholm Concert Hall(Konserthaus), Luxembourg Philharmonie and many more. Following her Köln Philharmoie recital their press stated that “Di Xiao presents a demanding programme that takes your breath away.” Di Xiao continues to thrill audiences across the world performing regularly outside the UK in Europe and Asia. Di Xiao’s stated aim is “to become an international ambassador for the piano, combining both Chinese and Western repertoire in the programming of my concerts, thereby creating a bridge between two cultures.”

General Federation of Trade Unions (UK)

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GFTU participated in the foundation of the International Federation of Trade Unions at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam in July 1919.

1888 in music

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April 11 – The Concertgebouw in Amsterdam is inaugurated.

1888 in architecture

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April 11 – The Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, designed by Adolf Leonard van Gendt.