NIGHT IN VIENNA At Sandgate Town Hall, 8/4
Waltz at a Viennese Ball in the spledidly restored Sandgate Town Hall to the Brisbane Chamber Orchestra.
Authentic Viennese dinner catering by Raphael’s Restaurant.
TICKETS ARE SELLING NOW on www.musicbythesea.com.au or at ATRIUM -196 Seymour St. Sandgate LIMITED SEATING – DON'T MISS OUT - BOOK EARLY
$120 ticket includes a glass of sparkling wine on arrival 3 course Austrian dinner with wine or beer, seating around the dance floor with table service.
$50/$45 ticket includes - seating on the balcony join the dance, purchase food & wine from the kitchen
The Golden age of the Waltz has its roots at the Vienna Congress, the brain child of Metternich for a united Europe in the early part of the 19th Century. There, Joseph Lanner and Johann Strauss (father) tried their ideas for a popular dance, which emerged from the folk-style music of the "Landler": The Waltz was born. The hysteria, which followed at the time was something indescribable: Women, Wine and Song, became the emblem of the Viennese.
4th August 6pm
From This Author Laura Meltzer