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Fledermaus Dances Waltz at Musikverein

Vienna, Wiener Musikverein — Goldener Saal

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About the Event

Experience an unforgettable evening at the Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein with the benefit concert to support Caritas Hospice. The Meiji High School Wind Orchestra, led by conductor Masato Suzuki, opens the concert with the mesmerizing melodies of Johann Strauss Sohn, the king of waltzes. Let yourself be transported by the enchanting overture of "Die Fledermaus" and immerse yourself in the world of Romanticism. Franz Lehár's delightful overture to "The Merry Widow" takes you back to the golden era of operetta. One of the highlights of the evening is Masaki Itani's remarkable paraphrase of Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake". The sounds create a fairytale atmosphere and showcase the wind orchestra's full splendor in the illustrious Golden Hall. Adding a modern twist to the repertoire, Masaru Tanaka's captivating composition "Prominence Bird" is also featured.

Prepare for an extraordinary musical journey that transcends time and genre. "Die Fledermaus tanzt Walzer" promises an evening filled with musical diversity, presented by the talented Meiji High School Wind Orchestra, as they celebrate the power of wind music in the unique ambiance of the Musikverein.

In addition to the spectacular performances, this concert also serves an important cause. The Caritas Hospice is dedicated to supporting seriously ill and dying individuals, as well as their loved ones. Despite challenging circumstances, the Caritas Hospice believes in providing comprehensive care and resources to maintain or improve the quality of life for those in need. By attending this concert, you will not only enjoy an incredible musical experience but also contribute to the meaningful work of Caritas Hospice.

Practical Information

The exchange for a fixed seat takes place on the evening of the concert at the box office of the Musikverein, Bösendorferstraße 12.


Orchestra: Meiji High School Wind Orchestra
Conductor: Masato Suzuki

Wiener Musikverein

The Wiener Musikverein is one of the world's great concert halls. The home of the Vienna Philarmonic Orchestra and the centre of Viennese musical life, the building was opened in 1870 as a part of an ambitious plan to create an elegant cultural boulevard along the Ringstrasse. Designed in the Neo-Classical style to resemble an Ancient Greek temple, the Great Hall of the Musikverein is deemed to be one of the best music halls in the world thanks to its impeccable acoustics. In 2004 four new halls were added to the building. The Austrian architect Wilhelm Holzbauer recognised the aesthetic importance of the existing building and sought out ways to echo the style in a modern language of form. Each of the four New Halls focuses on a different material - glass, metal, stone, and wood.


Wiener Musikverein, Bösendorferstraße 12, Vienna, Austria — Google Maps

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