• New album available
    Our latest album is now available on Spotify and Apple Music. It celebrates the music of some composers associated with the Mannheimer Hofkapelle, including Franz Ignaz Beck: Mannheim native, pupil of Stamitz, and symphonist, as well as Tommaso Traetta: Neapolitan opera composer whose works were […]
  • The Road to Carattaco
    Our first opera production of Johann Christian Bach’s Carattaco is in full swing. The premiere will occur on 14 February 2020 in The Hague.  Follow along our production journey with a new photo gallery! […]
  • Promotion for Carattaco Tickets: €15
    Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester’s premiere production of Carattaco will take place on Valentine’s Day: 14 February 2020 at 19.00 at the Diligentia Theater in The Hague.  We are pleased to announce a promotion: using the promo code “Carra2020”, you can get regular […]
  • Announcing Johann Christian Bach’s Carattaco
    We’re pleased to announce that we will be premiering Johann Christian Bach’s opera seria Carattaco in February  2020, with performances in the Netherlands in an historically-informed performance with period instruments and historical-researched baroque acting, costumes and staging. […]
  • New Patreon Account
    It’s now easier than ever to support Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester with our new Patreon account! Become a patron today and access a number of exclusive benefits. Starting at just $5 a month, you can help contribute to our success! Check out the link below for more information!   […]

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Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester (DNMO) was established in late 2016 in The Hague by fortepianist Anders Muskens with the aim of recapturing the spirit of music from the late 18th century.

DNMO plays on period instruments using historically informed techniques. We are committed to challenge established boundaries and conventions of the Classical Music world with the goal of rekindling the passion of 18th century performances.

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