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Barbican Hall, London: Viennese New Year's Eve Gala - Soloist

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Viennese New Year's Eve Gala

Raymond Gubbay

Start your New Year’s Eve celebrations in traditional style with a complimentary drink and an evening of music from the Strauss family and friends in the world renowned Barbican Hall.

Now in its 50th year, Raymond Gubbay presents a wide range of concerts, opera and ballet in major venues in London, around the UK and abroad. Presenting over 500 performances a year (and best know for their co-productions at the Royal Albert Hall) it is established as one of the leading promoters of popular classical music in the United Kingdom.

An enchanting concert of evocative music, exquisite dance and billowing gowns. Join the Johann Strauss Orchestra and Dancers with soprano soloist Lizzie Holmes as they perform a wonderful selection of your favourite waltzes and polkas from the Strauss family and friends.



to include

Blue Danube Waltz

Radetzky March

Tales from the Vienna Woods

Tritsch Tratsch Polka

Rose from the South Waltz

Voices of Spring

'The Laughing Song' from Die Fledermaus

Schlau Schlau Polka


John Rigby conductor

Lizzie Holmes soprano

Alexandra Worrall director and choreographer

Johann Strauss Dancers

Johann Strauss Orchestra


Tickets: £19.50 - £44.50

About the Barbican

Seating capacity: 1,943

A world-class arts and learning organisation, the Barbican is famous for pushing boundaries in all major art forms - dance, film, music, theatre and visual arts - and has an excellent creative learning programme.

The Barbican is one of the most significant pieces of Brutalist architecture in not just London, but arguably the world. Like the National Theatre, it’s a love-it-or-loath-it building, with some people thinking it’s an eyesore and others declaring it a modern masterpiece. Either way, there’s no denying its ambition and impressive scale.

Chamberlin, Powell and Bon designed the venue to completely regenerate an area of London devastated by the Second World War. It took more than a decade to build. Queen Elizabeth II opened it in 1982, and it is now a Grade II listed building.

Barbican Hall welcomes the world's top musicians in both classical and contemporary music to its concert hall. It is home to its resident orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, and its associate orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra.

The Barbican Hall, London

The Barbican Hall, London

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