In Amsterdam you will find the original Pianola Museum "the most cozy museum of Amsterdam". Here you'll step back a century in time and hear composers from back then: classical, jazz, charleston, etc.
Get a taste of the atmosphere of the authentic Jordaan neighborhood: a 'hidden treasure' of Amsterdam where the wonders of piano technology bring the Roaring Twenties back to life. There are regular concerts, also accompanied with silent film. The Pianola Museum can be found at the UNESCO World Heritage Site 'Amsterdam Canal District' around the corner from the Noorderkerk, near the Anne Frank House.
The Amsterdam Pianola Museum organizes concerts on original historic fortepianos in canal house museums, such as in the Cromhouthuis Museum in the 'Goude Bocht' of Amsterdam's Herengracht. The Geelvinck Music Museums annually organize the Geelvinck Fortepiano Festival on authentic historical pianos in Zutphen and Amsterdam. Or visit the Walking-Concerts: three concerts on historical instruments in three historic buildings in Amsterdam. History comes to life with music.