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The New Year's Concert

New Year's Concert 2018 with Riccardo Muti

The New Year's Concert

The History of the New Year's Concert

The New Year's Concert

The Vienna Philharmonic presents annually at the New Year a program consisting of the lively and yet nostalgic music from the vast repertoire of the Strauss family and its contemporaries. This concert is now broadcast to over 90 countries around the world.

New Year's Concert 2018 with Riccardo Muti                                            

The 2018 Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert takes place on January 1, 2018, under the baton of Riccardo Muti in the Musikverein in Vienna. This year's concert will mark the fifth time - after 1993, 1997, 2000 and 2004 - that Riccardo Muti, whose close ties with the Vienna Philharmonic extend over several decades, conducts this prestigious event.

The 2018 New Year's Concert will be broadcast in over 90 countries and followed by as many as 50 million television viewers around the world.

When Riccardo Muti raises his baton for the New Year's Concert on January 1, 2018, it will mark the fifth time that he has conducted this prestigious concert. Also a product of a partnership with tradition will be the floral arrangements throughout the Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein, which delight concertgoers as well as viewers of the television broadcast around the world. Since 2015, the Vienna Philharmonic has cooperated with the Vienna City Gardens, which along with the Austrian gardeners and florists, have produced the arrangements which light up the Golden Hall in a resplendent sea of blossoming floral color.

The conceptualization of the annual floral arrangements requires a great deal of experience and professional expertise. The positioning of the arrangements begins on December 27, in order that everything is ready on time for this worldwide cultural event

New Year's Concert

CONDUCTOR  Riccardo Muti  ORCHESTRA  Wiener Philharmoniker

Mon, 1. January 2018   11:15


Johann Strauss, Jr.

Entrance March from the Operetta "The Gypsy Baron"

Josef Strauss

Wiener Fresken (Viennese Frescos), Waltz, op. 249

Johann Strauss, Jr.

Brautschau (Bride Shopping), Polka, op. 417

Leichtes Blut (Light of Heart), Fast Polka, op. 319

Johann Strauss, sen.

Marienwalzer (Maria Waltz), op. 212

William Tell Galop, op. 29b

Franz von Suppé

Overture to "Boccaccio"

Johann Strauss, Jr.

Myrthenblüten (Myrtle Blossoms), Waltz, op. 395

Alphons Czibulka

Stephanie Gavotte, op. 312

Johann Strauss, Jr.

Freikugeln (Magic Bullets), Fast Polka, op. 326

Tales from the Vienna Woods, Waltz, op. 325

Fest-Marsch (Festival March), op. 452

Stadt und Land (Town and Country), Polka Mazurka, op. 322

Un ballo in maschera (Masked Ball), Quadrille, op. 272

Rosen aus dem Süden (Roses from the South), Waltz, op. 388

Josef Strauss

Eingesendet (Letters to the Editor), Fast Polka, op. 240

Over the course of his extraordinary career, Riccardo Muti has conducted the most important orchestras in the world: from the Berlin Philharmonic to the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, from the New York Philharmonic to the Orchestre National de France, as well as the Vienna Philharmonic, an orchestra to which he is linked by particularly close and important ties, and with which he has appeared in Vienna, Salzburg and around the world since 1971. In September 2010, Riccardo Muti became Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and in the same year was named Musician of the Year by Musical

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