The Conductor was filmed in Belgium and Netherlands
Scene where Willy performs with Robin's band.
Scene was shot Right in the heart of Breda you will find the Avenue. It is located in an old hidden church that has been completely transformed into a beautiful theater. Sint-Josephkerk, Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk or Waterstraatse kerk is a former church building in Breda in the Dutch province of North Brabant. Today the building is known as De Avenue. The church was dedicated to Joseph of Nazareth.
Royal Theater Tuschinski
Scene where Antonia is conducting the concert in the men's restroom of the concert hall when Frank walks in.
Scene was shot Royal Theater Tuschinski (also known as Pathé Tuschinski) is a six-screen cinema on the Reguliersbreestraat in Amsterdam. In 2021, Time Out named it the most beautiful cinema in the world. The crew converted the much larger ladies' room into a men's room for the shooting of this scene. The rest of the theater was shot in another location.
Scene where Antonia gives a concert in Amsterdam.
Scene was shot The Royal Concertgebouw, opened on April 11, 1888, is a building with several concert halls, located on the Van Baerlestraat opposite the Museumplein in Amsterdam.
Scene where Antonia attends a concert in the park with her parents.
Scene was shot Parc de Bruxelles or Warandepark is the largest urban public park in the center of Brussels. The area of the rectangular park is 13.1 ha (32 acres). It is surrounded by the Royal Palace of Brussels, the Belgian parliament and the United States embassy.