Salute to Vienna Returns to Walt Disney Concert Hall!

Karoly and Szilvi in “Salute to Vienna.”

Karoly and Szilvi in “Salute to Vienna.”

Salute to Vienna returns to The Music Center’s Walt Disney Concert Hall for a 10th appearance on Sunday, Jan. 5, at 2:30 p.m. This highly anticipated New Year’s Concert, a magnificent re-creation of Vienna’s world famous NEUJAHRSKONZERT, features a stellar cast of over 75 musicians, including European singers and dancers in beautiful costumes. Celebrate with the best Strauss waltzes, polkas and excerpts from Die Fledermaus, The Merry Widow, and more. Salute to Vienna is an enchanting and fun way to celebrate the New Year with entire family.

New Year’s Concert 2014 will feature special guest conductor András Deák from Budapest, soprano Alexandra Reinprecht from Vienna, and tenor Martin Piskorski from Vienna.

Tickets to see New Year’s Concert 2014 – Salute to Vienna start at $42 and are available online at, at the Walt Disney Concert Hall Box Office, or by calling 1 800 745-3000. Visit for more information.

Salute to Vienna celebrates 19 years of New Year’s tradition, rounding off the holiday season with its famous simultaneous concert series. Modeled after Vienna’s Neujahrskonzert tradition, Salute to Vienna answers the question of “what should we do at New Year’s” for over 35,000 people across North America every year.

The show is light-hearted and full of energy: a full orchestra offers the lilting waltzes of Johann Strauss Jr. and his contemporaries, costumed dancers bring those waltzes to life, and singers – hand-picked from Europe’s finest opera-houses – present stories of love, romance, and comedy to eager audiences in the most prestigious concert halls across the continent.

Over an action-packed five days this New Year’s season, Salute to Vienna will host more than 20 live performances across Canada and the United States. With a brilliant cast of orchestra, singers, and dancers in each city, Salute to Vienna features a vibrant new program every year.


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