Göteborgs Konserthus New Year’s concert 2025 from Vienna

Concert length: 2 h 25 min incl. intermission Scene: Stora Salen Organizer: Julius Production & PH int Music and Great Éntertainment
795 SEK

Information from Julius Production & PH int Music and Great Éntertainment:

In 2025, the Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra from Vienna will add extra shine to their traditional New Year’s concerts in Scandinavia. This is to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of the “Waltz King” Johann Strauss, whose musical legacy continues to enchant the hearts of people around the world.

Johann Strauss II was born in Vienna in 1825 and shaped the music of his time like no other. With his waltzes, polkas and operettas, he created timeless masterpieces that are still today considered the symbol of the Viennese musical tradition. The 200th anniversary of his birth will be celebrated worldwide.

The Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra, renowned for its outstanding interpretations of Strauss and other composers of the classical Viennese period, will use this special occasion to honor the musical legacy of the “Waltz King”. With its performances in the magnificent halls of Schönbrunn Palace, the orchestra has made a name for itself and become a cultural ambassador for Vienna. The Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra’s New Year’s concerts in Scandinavia are a highlight of the international concert calendar. In 2025, the tour visits Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Estonia with a unique tribute to Johann Strauss.


With their masterful performance of Strauss’s works and the spread of the Viennese musical tradition, these concerts will not only create festive atmosphere at the turn of the year, but also create unforgettable moments for the audience and carry the legacy of the Walz King across the world.


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