Free lunch concert on the famous Müller organ of De Waalse Kerk
The Müller organ has played an important role in the Walloon Church for centuries. All psalm singing during the services is accompanied by it. It is used during some concerts and sound recordings. Gustav Leonhardt and Jacques van Oortmerssen made the organ famous, and vice versa.
Every second Tuesday of the month (with the exception of the months of July and August) between 12:00 and 12:30 you can see and hear the Müller organ in action during a lunchtime concert. These are provided by students of the organ class of the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. They then play the beautiful church organ that was built in 1734 by the famous organ builder Christian Müller as part of their training as an organist (many church organists obtained their diploma in this way). More information about this special organ can be found on this information page .
Admission to this concert is free, but a voluntary contribution is welcome. In this way you contribute to the preservation and maintenance of the organ.
Dates and times
|Wednesday 13 December||12:00 - 12:30|
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