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Italy's star tenor
and the Viennese theater
with soloists, choir, ballet and orchestra
The VIENNA NEW YEAR'S CONCERT
The most beautiful melodies of Johann Strauss, Franz Lehar and Jacques Offenbach!
Johann Strauss is and remains the king of the Viennese waltz, the darling of a million-strong audience with cult status.
Who does not know them, the swinging songs like the "Tritsch-Polka", the atmospheric overtures to the "Bat" or "A Night in Venice", the "Donauwalzer" or the legendary "Kaiserwalzer?
Franz Lehar has created a gripping work for eternity with "Land of Smiles". The legendary song "Yours is my whole heart" makes today as then melt away the heart yearning.
Jacques Offenbach's "Can Can" from "Orpheus in the Underworld" is gorgeous and makes even in the worst weather just good mood.
The Vienna New Year's Concert presents many other highlights of the serene music of this legendary entertainment era!
Italy's star tenor Cristian Lanza
With his vocal power, his soulful vocal style and his pitch, the grandson of the legendary Mario Lanza is able to sing in the hearts of connoisseurs and critics and inspire a large, international audience
Cristian Lanza is delighted to sing the great, world-famous arias of famous composers. Wheter the "Gypsy Baron", the "Bat", the "Land of Smiles" or "Orpheus from the Underworld" - these melodies are powerful, beautiful and eternally young.
The internationally renowned Viennese operetta theater comes with virtuoso soloists, choir, ballet and orchestra and shines with a large wardrobe.
The audience will not only be enchanted by the beautiful melodies of Johann Strauss, Franz Lehar and Jacques Offenbach, but with entertaining presentations and stories they will be taken on a swinging journey around the waltz era. The two and a half hour program leaves nothing to be desired. The well-known "hits" are combined with a selection of popular delicacies and coveted rarities.
The Vienna New Year's Concert consists of seductive, fresh-spring-fresh melodies that are Viennese, nostalgic and simply captivating.
Look forward to the fantastic world of big balls and the splendor of K & K time!
"Viennese, nostalgic, good!"
"The ensemble plays incredibly vital, soloists and choir sing with great dynamic sonority!"