Queen Máxima Attend a Gala Concert in Kaatsheuvel

Queen Máxima attended a jubilee gala concert of the "Royal Sophia's Association" at the Efteling Theatre in Kaatsheuvel. Royal Sophia's Vereeniging from Loon op Zand, founded in 1864, is one of the most famous symphonic wind orchestras of the Netherlands.
Queen Máxima attended a jubilee gala concert of the "Royal Sophia's Association" at the Efteling Theatre in Kaatsheuvel. Royal Sophia's Vereeniging
Queen Máxima attended a jubilee gala concert of the "Royal Sophia's Association" at the Efteling Theatre in Kaatsheuvel. Royal Sophia's Vereeniging
Queen Máxima attended a jubilee gala concert of the "Royal Sophia's Association" at the Efteling Theatre in Kaatsheuvel. Royal Sophia's Vereeniging
Queen Máxima attended a jubilee gala concert of the "Royal Sophia's Association" at the Efteling Theatre in Kaatsheuvel. Royal Sophia's Vereeniging
Queen Máxima attended a jubilee gala concert of the "Royal Sophia's Association" at the Efteling Theatre in Kaatsheuvel. Royal Sophia's Vereeniging
The music of Sophia's explains connections between people of all ages, walks of life anywhere in the world. Sophia has won many awards and competitions in its rich history. Also over the borders is the passion and quality of the unique Orchestra very well known. Previous concert tours brought Sophia all to America, Italy, Russia and Hungary.

The highlight of the concert tour was the performance in the Smetana Hall of the Municipal House in Prague. The concert on 30 October was a collaboration with the choir VUS of Charles University. The choir has no fewer than 100 members and brought together with the Orchestra of Sophia's Vereeniging the Carmina Burana by Carl Orff. Along with three soloists and a children's choir was this performance a unique experience. Guests heard a perfect performance of this very well known and prized piece.

Peter Essers adds: "Peter Keulers, Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the Czech Republic was visibly impressed by the high quality of this amateur orchestra. I am very proud of all the orchestra members and conductors who have been preparing for months, and with so much passion and joy of making music."

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