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KELSEY GRAMMER: "The Washington Times" writes, "the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra is regularly called one of the very best-- sometimes the best-- in the world." I'm Kelsey Grammer. Founded in 1888, the Royal Concertgebouwerkest has, time and time again, been lauded for its unique sound.
The string section has been called "velvety." The sound of the brass, "golden." The timbre of the woodwinds, "distinctly personal," and the percussion have an international reputation. The exceptional acoustics of the Orchestra's home in the Main Hall of the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam plays an important role in its unique sound. It's a pleasure to have you join me now in watching the Royal Concertgebouwerkest here on "Stage Access."