Bring the New Year’s flavor closer with a program composition compiled for these special occasion!
Hungary always influenced the European music life more, than it would be expected from such a small country. Unique folklore music traditions gave inspiration to numerous foreign composers visiting Hungary.
With a repertoire covering musical styles such as
- gipsy music and
- Hungarian related classical music, the Danube Symphony Orchestra leads the grandiose concert, in cooperation with professional ballet dancers.
The program includes operetta songs performed by soloists of the world-famous Budapest Operetta Theatre.
Unique elements make the program even more spectacular;
- traditional Hungarian folk instrument, the cimbalom
- and Hungarian folk songs adaptation performed by authentic gypsy band.
The 90 minutes long concert takes place in in one of the city’s most prestigious theatre; teh Duna Palota, in a central downtown location.
There is an intermission between the two 40-45 minute long program parts.
TIP: For a slightly shorter concert with an earlier start please see the New Year Chamber Concert starting at 17.00 on 1st January, 2019, also in the Danube Palace. The chamber concert is cc. 70 minutes long.
I. category: 42 EUR
I. category: 40 EUR
VIP includes (Pick-Up from Hotel: at 18.30):
- Private transfer,
- Best seats in the theater,
- Private host to attend to you before the concert and in the intermission,
- A guided tour of the venue in English language,
- A professional photo,
- Hungarian souvenir, and
- A glass of sparkling wine.
With Paypal: from your PayPal balance, or using a Bank Card, Credit Card. No need to create a PayPal account!
After payment you automatically receive your E-Ticket/Voucher.
Please present it in print form or on your mobile/tablet to our staff at the meeting place, in the Danube Palace, Zrínyi utca 5. Budapest 1051.
You can book the two programs together at a discount price:Book Concert + Cruise
Program of the Concert
Hector Berlioz: Rákóczi March
|Franz Lehár: The Merry Widow– „Grisetten Lied und Kan-Kan|
The Grigoraş Ionică Dinicu: nightingale
A csitári hegyek alatt… (Hungarian Folksong)
Vittorio Monti: Czardas
Emmerich Kalman: The Devil-rider– Palotás
Orchestra, Ballett Ensemble
Emmerich Kálmán: Countess Mariza– „Komm mit nachVarazdin”
Johann Strauss jr.:Long live the Magyar! Op. 332.
Emmerich Kálmán: Countess Mariza– „Braunes Mädel von der Pussta”
Did You Know?
The Cimbalom (hammered dulcimer) is a Hungarian folk instrument played primarily with beaters.
It is equipped with a heavy frame for more dynamic power, with many added string courses resulting in an extended range of sound and also a damper pedal to allow more dynamic control.
During the 19th century the cimbalom was considered as the most distinguished musical instrument in Hungary, aristocratic families had their children taught to play the cimbalom instead of the piano.
The first Cimbalom School was opened in 1890. Henceforth plays of the era remained including the cimbalom as a primary instrument in many of them, making it unique and exclusively Hungarian.
‘Virtuosos!’ is a unique format in worldwide television: classical music talent show, where preparedness, diligence and qualifications count.
All contestants are outstanding at playing classical instrument or have remarkable achieveiments in classical singing.
- Duna Palota – Danube Palace, Zrínyi utca 5. district V. Budapest, next to the Four Seasons Gresham Palace and near the Basilica
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