Tickets On Sale for ‘Salute To Vienna New Year’s Concert’: A Festive European-inspired Celebration

By: Sharon Aron Baron

The search for that really hard-to-find Christmas present is now solved when you purchase tickets to Salute to Vienna New Year’s Eve Concert. When experiences are everything and gifts are over-rated, finding that perfect token for the stocking or under the tree can be a challenge. Add tickets to Salute to Vienna to your list of “unusually sweet” holiday gifts.

Whether you are sending someone or taking them to the concert, it’s an experience that will be remembered. Because it takes place very soon after gift-giving, it’s a great way to prolong the sense of the holiday spirit, while giving those you love the musical wish of a joyful, happy, and healthy New Year.

Salute to Vienna New Year’s Concert, an annual new year’s tradition in more than 20 cities across North America, is returning to Coral Springs Center for the Arts on New Year’s Eve at 7 p.m..

European singers, ballet, ballroom dancers in gorgeous costumes will usher in 2019 with a beautiful concert of light classics, in the style of Vienna’s annual televised Neujahrskonzert.

Marion and Attila Glatz, co-producers and husband and wife team, both grew up in Europe: Attila in communist Hungary and Marion in Austria. The “Neujahrskonzert” — the 80-year strong tradition of New Year’s concerts, recorded live in Vienna and broadcast worldwide– was something incredibly significant to them both, before they ever met each other.

Attila said, “Listening to that uplifting music year after year—on the radio long before the television was around, we looked forward to the light it brought into our lives and the sense of freedom it provided from the hardship of those most difficult political times behind the iron curtain.”

Together, Marion and Attila brought this New Year’s tradition to North America, and this series is now performing almost simultaneously in 24 cities across North America over the week of New Year’s, featuring nine conductors, 18 European singers, 76 European dancers and more than 700 local orchestra musicians across North America this year.

To date, 338 Salute to Vienna concerts have been produced in the U.S. and 185 in Canada.

Glatz feels it’s his calling to bring this cherished tradition to new audiences.

”This music is a flame of inspiration for us to carry forward and it is now a responsibility for us to ensure its protection by developing new audiences who will appreciate its beauty and importance for years to come.”

Purchase tickets online at The Coral Springs Center for the Arts or call 954-344-5990.  Located at 2855 Coral Springs Dr, Coral Springs.

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Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron
Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs and the rest of South Florida.

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