Salute To Vienna

Coral Springs Center for the Arts
Coral Springs, FL

Salute To Vienna, Coral Springs Center for the Arts, Coral Springs, FL

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2855 Coral Springs Drive
Coral Springs, FL 33065
United States
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Salute To Vienna

Welcome the New Year with “Salute to Vienna,” a magnificent re-creation of Vienna’s world famous “Neujahrskonzert” (New Year’s Concert). Returning for a glorious 14th season with a fresh, new program, this festive New Year’s concert features a brilliant cast of over 75 musicians, stellar European singers, and charming dancers in beautiful costumes. Ring in the New Year with a lighthearted blend of popular Strauss waltzes, polkas, and famous operetta excerpts from “Die Fledermaus”, “The Merry Widow,” and more.

The event features performances by:

  • The Strauss Symphony of America
  • András Deák, conductor (Budapest)
  • Marcela Cerno, soprano (Vienna)
  • Eduardo Aladrén, tenor (Madrid)
  • Dancers from the Vienna Imperial Ballet

Coral Springs Center for the Arts
In the center of the burgeoning South Florida cultural community lies the Coral Springs Center for the Arts, offering a variety of entertainment and artistic events for all ages and interests. From the best of Broadway, to top comedians, jazz and pop concerts, the Gold Coast Opera, the Sy Sugar Pops Symphony Orchestra, and a diverse selection of family productions. The Center is the cultural lifeblood of the community, with approximately 200,000 people visiting the facility yearly.

In addition to the theatre, the Center houses a dramatic dance studio, a variety of meeting rooms for corporate and private events, and the elegant Coral Springs Museum of Art.

Originally designed to serve the local community as both a municipal auditorium and a gymnasium, the Coral Springs Center for the Arts opened in 1990. In January of 1996, construction began on a four million dollar renovation, transforming it into a first class performing and visual arts venue by the architectural firm, Zeidler Roberts Partnership. Known for their design of the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach, they created an intimate 1471 seat theatre with a fully enclosed balcony to envelope the audience chamber producing a kinship between the stage and seating areas.


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