Amare (former DMC and Zuiderstrandtheater)

The former DMC and Zuiderstrandtheater is now called Stichting Amare and is responsible for the programming and operation of the Amare building and theater. In addition to being home to Residentie Orkest, Nederlands Dans Theater and the Royal Conservatoire, it offers a rich and worldly range of many forms of dance, music and cabaret. For established international artists as well as local talent.

Nederlands Dans Theater

Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT) is one of the leading contemporary dance companies in the world. The group is based in The Hague, but performs annually for an international audience of more than 150,000 visitors in Europe, America, Asia and Australia. Since its foundation in 1959, the company has built up a rich repertoire of more than 600 ballets by master choreographers Jiří Kylián and Hans van Manen, Sol León & Paul Lightfoot, Crystal Pite and Marco Goecke, Johan Inger, Medhi Walerski, Ohad Naharin, Alexander Ekman , Gabriela Carrizo, Franck Chartier, Hofesh Shechter, Edward Clug and Sharon Eyal & Gai Behar and many others.

Residentie Orkest

The Residentie Orkest is the orchestra of, for, in and from The Hague. Closely related to the city, the orchestra actively uses classical music to connect and stimulate all residents and visitors in The Hague. The Residentie Orkest stands for a top-quality musical experience with an adventurous profile and dynamic élan. The music of the Residentie Orkest challenges and surprises. The orchestra is always looking for the relevance of music in a contemporary, young and fresh way.