When the Muziekgebouw concert venue in Amsterdam needed 100 Wenger Musician Chairs on super fast delivery Black Cat Music’s John Weyland made sure they arrived on time by driving them over personally.

Black Cat Music marketing manager Alice Dagger said, “It was a matter of pulling out all the stops to get them on site on time, but full marks to our team at Tonbridge who made it happen.”

The Muziekgebouw aan ’t IJ is the Netherlands’ most important stage for contemporary music, as well as for classical music with a modern twist. The main auditorium is equally well suited for intimate chamber music as well as large orchestras. It's a really exciting venue - in the main auditorium the walls, floor, ceiling and audience chairs all move up and down to adjust the auditorium space. It's right on the harbour, so ships can moor right next to the auditorium, creating some dramatic views through the massive concert hall windows.