Gustav Mahler Programs Amsterdam 1903

Covers by Antoon Molkenboer (1872-1960) in color and by Theo Neuhuys (1878-1921). 24 pieces from Molkenboer, 3 pieces from Theo Neuhuys and 5 other pieces (total of 32 pieces). Subscription Concerts and Extraordinary Subscription Concerts during 1903/1904. (Bound). Program booklets.… Read More


Bernard Haitink (1929-2021)


Bernard Haitink (1929).

  • Profession: Conductor, violinist.
  • Residences: Amsterdam, Lucern, South of France, London.
  • Relation to Mahler: One of the great Mahler conductors. Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (RCO)
  • Correspondence with Mahler: No.
  • Born: 04-03-1929 Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • Died: 21-10-2021 London,
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Cabrillo Festival: World Premiere of Xavier Foley’s Resurrection of Titan

Don’t miss this opportunity to re-live the exciting premiere of Resurrection of the Titan this Sunday, September 17 at 6pm (Pacific Time)

Cabrillo Festival, in association with Mahler Foundation, commissioned the World premiere of Xavier Foley’s Resurrection of Titan, … Read More

Harmonies of the Highlands: Mahler Players’ Chamber Season

Mahler Players’ season kicks off with a bang on Saturday 16th September at Inverness Cathedral, delving into the depths of the Sixth Symphony, affectionately known as the “Tragic”. Under the skillful direction of the talented conductor Rob Farmer, this … Read More

Royaumont Festival: Vocalités viennoises autour de 1900

We are delighted to share the exciting news that the “Viennese Vocality around 1900” colloquium is set to take place on the 15th and 16th of September. Hosted at both the La Grange-Fleuret Music Library in ParisRead More

Resplendent Auferstehung: Müncher Philarmoniker’s Season Opening

Mark your calendars for September 7th, as the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra kicks off its historic season with Mahler’s Second Symphony in the contemporary setting of the Isarphilharmonie’s Hall.

Mahler’s groundbreaking “Resurrection Symphony” embodies transition and renewal in many aspects – … Read More

Mahler Jugendorchester’s 2023 Summer Tour!

Experience the captivating magic of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester’s 2023 Summer Tour! Embark on a mesmerizing journey across Europe as this world-renowned orchestra, led by the most talented young musicians from around the globe, showcases a perfect fusion of youthful … Read More

Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music: witness the evolution of classical music

Join us for the exhilarating 61st Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, a captivating celebration of contemporary music, set against the breathtaking backdrop of Santa Cruz, California. From the 30th of July to the 13th of August, … Read More

In loving memory of Cate Haste

Mahler Foundation honors the life of Cate (Catherine Mary) Haste, author, biographer, historian, documentary film director, and a dearest friend and supporter of Mahler Foundation

Cate’s literally works cover a wide range of topics that included Alma Mahler.
Her wonderful … Read More

Embracing Musical Innovation: The Mahler Foundation’s Prize at the Mahler Competition

The Mahler Foundation is thrilled to announce its support for the Mahler Competition Award, the esteemed celebration of classical music excellence, taking place in July in Bamberg.

This prestigious contest brings together the finest young conductors from around … Read More

Help us reforest Mahler’s Composing Hut surroundings

During the summer months between 1908-1910, Gustav Mahler composed some of his most celebrated works in this rustic but idyllic wooden cabin in the heart of the Dolomites: the 9th and 10th symphonies and “Das Lied von der ErdeRead More

Mahlerfestival Amsterdam

From May 9 through May 18, 2025, The Royal Concertgebouw will host the third Mahler Festival in its history. 105 years after the first Mahler Festival, orchestras from around the world will gather in Amsterdam for a grand tribute to … Read More