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ComposerStrauss I, Johann (1804-1849)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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La CoruñaConcierto para Zapata y Orquesta

Concierto para Zapata y Orquesta
Rossini, Strauss II, Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Strauss I, Schumann, Brahms, Beethoven
Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia; José Manuel Zapata

LondonNew Year Concert 2020

New Year Concert 2020
Lehár, Strauss II, Waldteufel, Rossini, Anderson, Sieczynski, Strauss I
London Gala Orchestra; Stephen Dominic Ellery; Samuel Oram; Johanna Harrison

ManchesterThe Hallé - New Year on the Danube

© Marco Borggreve
Strauss II, Lehár, Strauss I, Brahms, Liszt
The Hallé; Gergely Madaras; Jenő Lisztes

BelfastA Night in Vienna!

A Night in Vienna!
Strauss II, Strauss I
Ulster Orchestra; Sergio Alapont; Ailish Tynan

LondonderryA Night in Vienna!

A Night in Vienna!
Strauss II, Strauss I
Ulster Orchestra; Sergio Alapont; Ailish Tynan
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Christoph Altstaedt takes Belfast to the City of Dreams

Gan-ya Ben-Gur Akselrod © Tehila Sharafi Cobe
Christoph Altstaedt conducts the Ulster Orchestra in a charming programme of quintessentially Viennese music for New Year.
*****
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Heady Mozart and Strauss for dessert

Imogen Cooper © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Imogen Cooper shone in Aurora's serious and fulsome performances of Mozart.
****1
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Lisiecki brings New Year's Eve sparkle to Wrocław

Jan Lisiecki and the NFM Orchestra © Sławek Przerwa NFM
The fabulous new Narodowe Forum Muzyki in Wrocław presented a very original Silvester offering of Szymanowski, Grieg and Dvořák.
****1
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A Happy New Year from the Manchester Camerata

Olena Tokar © Dorothee Falke
The Manchester Camerata under Alpesh Chouhan and soprano Olena Tokar welcomed the New Year with Johann Strauss favourites, five of Brahms's Hungarian Dances and a selection of arias.
****1
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