Music and art go hand in hand, don’t they? We think so anyway. So what’s more perfect than the chance to hear some live music performed by a master of their craft whilst surrounded by the art of another master? After two sold out performances, the piano music show at Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience has added two new dates. These performances take place on February 9 & February 23, and spaces are extremely limited. With all of that in mind, you’ll want to be quick to secure your tickets, or you could end up disappointed.
This is an experience well worth securing your place for. Not only will you get the chance to enjoy a magical music performance, you get some very nice extras too. The biggest one is access to the hugely popular Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, which was recently extended due to its overwhelming popularity. If you opt to go VIP, you’ll also get a free glass of sparkling wine (soft drinks also available), entry to the VR experience, a CD, and Van Gogh poster to remind you of this one of a kind performance.
For each night you have a choice to make between the 7pm or 8pm Piano Music Show at Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience. At each, guests will have an hour to explore the exhibition at their leisure at a unique private viewing. Pianist Lara Melda will be the maestro on the piano and will be taking to the stage after the exhibition viewing time has come to a close. Just think about it, how often would a chance to do this ever come up? It’s one that’s hard to pass up, there’s not going to be many other chances to enjoy a performance in the middle of an art exhibition. Much less in the middle of a 360 degree immersive exhibition.