|Strauss II||Thunder and Lightning Polka|
|Brahms||Hungarian Dances nos 1,4,6,7 & 13|
|Mozart||Alleluia from Exsultate, Jubilate|
|Strauss II||Roses from the South Waltz|
|Strauss II||Perpetuum Mobile|
|Lehár||Hor Ich Cymbalklange|
|Dostal||Ich bin verliebt (from Clivia)|
|Strauss II||Emperor Waltz|
|Lehár||Meine lippen sie kussen so heiss|
|Strauss II||Pizzicato Polka|
|Korngold||Marietta's Lied (from Die Tote Stadt)|
|Strauss II||Voices of Spring Waltz|
|Strauss II||Tritsch-Tratsch Polka|
|Dvořák||Song to the Moon (from Rusalka)|
|Strauss II||By the Beautiful Blue Danube Waltz|
Alpesh Chauhan Conductor
Box Office: 0161 907 9000
In person: The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3WS
Make a stylish entrance into 2016 by joining us on New Year’s Day for our Viennese Gala, the ultimate feel-good start to a new year.
Our glittering Viennese concert at Manchester’s impressive Bridgewater Hall has captivated audiences for many years and remains a favourite way for music lovers to celebrate the New Year.
For this special occasion we’ll be joined by the supremely talented young soprano, Olena Tokar, whose gorgeous voice will bring the heady romance and humour of this beautiful music to life. She’ll be joined by up-and-coming conductor, Alpesh Chauhan, who has recently appeared in a new BBC film, Ten Pieces Secondary.
Highlights include operetta classics by Lehár and Strauss Junior, with the famous Blue Danube Waltz as its centrepiece. A light-hearted and stylish event, you may wish to gift a ticket for friends and family this Christmas.
*Prices include a booking fee of £2 per ticket, which applies to telephone and online transactions. Tickets bought in person at the Box Office using a debit card or credit card are subject to a 2% booking fee. No fee applies to tickets bought in person and paid for by cash or cheque or bought as part of a subscription.
Available from 12pm-5pm. Price per person: £18.95 (£23.95 inc. glass of champagne)
Advance booking essential, call The Midland Hotel on 0161 236 3333 (quoting ‘Manchester Camerata’)