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  • Announcing Johann Christian Bach’s Carattaco
    We’re pleased to announce that we will be premiering Johann Christian Bach’s opera seria Carattaco in the spring of 202, 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!   […]
  • Happy 263rd birthday, Mozart!
    Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester under the direction of Anders Muskens invites you to join us on the internet for a live-stream concert broadcast from The Hague, Netherlands of instrumental and vocal music with orchestra by Mozart and his colleagues commemorating Mozart’s 263rd birthday! […]
  • Rave Reviews in the Newspaper
    Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester is in the news again, with rave reviews over our concert in Gaildorf, Germany. Read the full article here  https://www.swp.de/suedwesten/staedte/gaildorf/was-fuer-ein-auftritt-28883602.html […]
  • Handel’s Jephtha this weekend
    Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester has teamed up with the choir of the Amsterdamse Händelvereniging for performances of Händel’s dramatic final oratorio JEPHTHA. This is the story of a father who makes a rash promise to God, and subsequently feels himself compelled to sacrifice his own daughter. […]

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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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