Thursday 1 February 2024

Open Performance Site / e-Live


The Nicolaïkerk (St. Nicholas church) is a medieval church in the southern part of the old city of Utrecht in the Netherlands. This building is the home of two very interesting instruments, the organ built by Marcussen and the carillon built by the famous Hemony brothers (17th century). These instruments are the backbone for a series of concerts, which are organised each year by the Stichting Culturele Evenementen Nicolaïkerk (Foundation for Cultural Events in the Nicolaïkerk ).

Duration of the concerts is approx. 45 minutes.

For programs of the past years you can browse our program archive.

The Nicolaikerk is located at the Nicolaaskerkhof in the inner city of Utrecht (See city map Utrecht).


Thursday 1 February 2024 20.15 hours - Nicolaïkerk

Thursday 1 February 2024
20.15 hours - Nicolaïkerk

Open Performance Site / e-Live

On Thursday, February 1, another exciting concert will take place by students from the Utrecht Conservatory and students from the HKU. A Nicolai Church full of light and sound. The compositions are new and experiments are not avoided. An evening full of surprises for more than 25 years.


Students of Conservatory and Music & Technology of the University of the Arts, Utrecht

NEON - Choir for Newest Music conducted by Fokko Oldenhuis

You can order tickets via Podiumplein or at the entrance (PIN only)


View photos of this concert


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