An atmospheric early-Gothic building in the charming Dutch town of Blaricum, the Dorpskerk dates from at least the 14th Century, although its origins have been lost to time. On the outskirts of Amsterdam, the town is known for its wealth of beautiful buildings, and the Dorpskerk is one of the prime features. A fine organ adds to the Dorpskerk's musical allure, and the church hosts many concerts, featuring renowned and emerging musicians.
Blaricum Music Festival 2019: Augustin Dumay and Christia HudzyiBlaricum, Dorpskerk
Blaricum Music Festival 2019: Ziyu HeBlaricum, Dorpskerk
Blaricum Music Festival 2019: Gringolts Quartet & Lawrence PowerBlaricum, Dorpskerk
Blaricum Music Festival 2019: Dmitri Makhtin, Alexander Knyazev and Klára WürtzBlaricum, Dorpskerk
Blaricum Music Festival 2019: Kyoko Takezawa and Itamar GolanBlaricum, Dorpskerk
Blaricum Music Festival 2019: Ye-Eun Choi and Dmitry ShishkinBlaricum, Dorpskerk
Blaricum Music Festival 2019: Daniel Rowland, Joël Waterman, Maja Bogdanovic and Natacha KudritskayaBlaricum, Dorpskerk
1261 GD Blaricum
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The Dorpskerk is best reached by car, but public transport options are available:
from NS Hilversum CS: bus 108 ri. Houses, stop Verbeeklaan, walk 100 m
from NS Naarden/Bussum: regioliner 100 direction Hilversum, change in Huizen (at bus station) to bus 108 direction Blaricum, stop Verbeeklaan and walk back.
Main Hall, 200 Seats