Although the Opera Ball lacks the tradition of its world-famous counterpart in Vienna, it is nevertheless among the highly-anticipated events with an international character and significant charitable context. Everyone who wants to be seen goes to a gala and enjoys an evening full of music, dancing, great food and drink with the feeling of modern aristocrats. Gentlemen do not go to the ball as mere men, rather as cavaliers. Escort your partner to this event, which in the cycle of everyday life has a completely magical character.
A ball full of Strauss
This year’s ball is a tribute to the Viennese father and son and the composer of the same name Richard Strauss, who was born 150 years ago. The famous Viennese Strauss Dynasty consists of the composers who made the waltz famous around the world. The Opera Ball resonates with the sounds of the famous Radetzky March by Johann Strauss, and The Blue Danube and The Gypsy Baron by Johann Strauss the Younger.
You can also enjoy a pleasing melody from the long line of brilliant work by one of the last opera greats, Richard Strauss. He is celebrated for his Rosenkavalier, an immortal work in the background of a genial libretto dominated, as is evident from the name, by the rose as a symbol of love.