Residentie Orkest
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1904
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Het Residentie Orkest (literal translation, The Residence Orchestra; known also in English as The Hague Philharmonic) is a Dutch orchestra based in The Hague. Its primary venue is the Dr. Anton Philipszaal. Henri Viotta founded the orchestra in 1904. Its early ...

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Het Residentie Orkest (literal translation, The Residence Orchestra; known also in English as The Hague Philharmonic) is a Dutch orchestra based in The Hague. Its primary venue is the Dr. Anton Philipszaal.

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Bedrich Smetana
The Bartered Bride: Polka, Furiant and Dance of the Comedians
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Cornelis Dopper, Residentie Orkest & Matthias Bamert
Symphony No. 6, "Amsterdam": 3rd movt, Scherzo
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Symphony No. 6, "Amsterdam": 3rd movt, Scherzo Symphony No. 6, "Amsterdam": 3rd movt, Scherzo Symphony No. 6, "Amsterdam": 3rd movt, Scherzo Symphony No. 6, "Amsterdam": 3rd movt, Scherzo
Ernest Bour
Les Victories - Symphony No. 4 (feat. Matthijs Vermeulen & Residentie Orkest)
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Les Victories - Symphony No. 4 (feat. Matthijs Vermeulen & Residentie Orkest) Les Victories - Symphony No. 4 (feat. Matthijs Vermeulen & Residentie Orkest) Les Victories - Symphony No. 4 (feat. Matthijs Vermeulen & Residentie Orkest) Les Victories - Symphony No. 4 (feat. Matthijs Vermeulen & Residentie Orkest)
Sharon Bezaly
Concertino (Op.107) vers. for flute and orch. (feat. Residentie Orkest & Neeme Järvi)
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Concertino (Op.107) vers. for flute and orch. (feat. Residentie Orkest & Neeme Järvi) Concertino (Op.107) vers. for flute and orch. (feat. Residentie Orkest & Neeme Järvi) Concertino (Op.107) vers. for flute and orch. (feat. Residentie Orkest & Neeme Järvi) Concertino (Op.107) vers. for flute and orch. (feat. Residentie Orkest & Neeme Järvi)
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Biography

Het Residentie Orkest (literal translation, The Residence Orchestra; known also in English as The Hague Philharmonic) is a Dutch orchestra based in The Hague. Its primary venue is the Dr. Anton Philipszaal.

Henri Viotta founded the orchestra in 1904. Its early home was the Gebouw voor Kunsten en Wetenschappen (K & W). The orchestra received its first acclaim during the 1911 Richard Strauss Festival, in which the composer himself conducted some of his works. The orchestra soon attracted other composers such as Igor Stravinsky, Max Reger, Maurice Ravel, and Paul Hindemith.

In 1915 the Residentie Orchestra took over the summertime performances of the Kurzaal Concerts in Scheveningen from the Lamoureux Orchestra. The orchestra's second chief conductor was the composer and conductor Peter van Anrooy, from 1917 until his resignation in 1935. Frits Schuurman became the next chief conductor, holding the post through World War II. After the war, Willem van Otterloo led the orchestra as chief conductor from 1949 to 1973.

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