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Silvester-Gala: Janoska Ensemble & Friends

»The Big Mulatság Reloaded«

Sunday 31 December 2023
22:30 – ca. 1:30
Großer Saal



Janoska Ensemble

Ondrej Janoska, Violine

Roman Janoska, Violine

František Janoska, Klavier

Julius Darvas, Kontrabass

Omer Meir Wellber, Akkordeon

Thomas Hampson, Bariton

Bandi Janoska, Violine

Arpád Janoska, Gesang

Veronika Vitázková, Fujara

Dominik Cipár, Tanz

Dominika Kožušníková, Tanz

Jaroslav Ihring, Tanz

Natália Varechová, Tanz


Johann Strauß (Sohn)

Ouverture zu »Die Fledermaus« (Bearbeitung: Janoska Ensemble) (1874)

František Janoska

Symphonie Nr. 1 »Impressions along the Danube« (Bearbeitung: František Janoska)

Gejza Dusik

Pieseň o rodnej zemi

František Janoska

Musette pour Fritz. Hommage à Fritz Kreisler

Emmerich Kálmán

Komm, Zigany (Arie des Tassilo aus »Gräfin Mariza«) (1924)

Johannes Brahms

Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 1 g-moll (Bearbeitung: Janoska Ensemble) (1868)

František Janoska

Souvenir pour Elise (nach Themen von Ludwig van Beethovens Bagatelle a-moll »Für Elise« WoO 59)

Cole over Beethoven. Paraphrase über Ludwig van Beethovens »Mondscheinsonate« und Cole Porters »Night & Day«

Michel Legrand

What are you doing the rest of your life?

Luis Demetrio, Pablo Beltrán Ruiz


George Gershwin

Embraceable you (Girl crazy) (1930)

Fascinating rhythm. Fox (Lady, be Good) (1924)

František Janoska

Shark in the Danube (nach Themen von Johann Strauß und Kurt Weill)

Vittorio Vincenzo Monti

Csárdás (Bearbeitung: Janoska Ensemble) (1904)



Johann Sebastian Bach

3. Satz: Allegro (Konzert für zwei Violinen, Streicher und Basso continuo d-moll BWV 1043) (Bearbeitung: Janoska Ensemble) (1717–1723)


Medienpartner Ö1 Club

Links http://www.thomashampson.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Rousing party

Mulatság is the Hungarian word for party, and what Janoska means has also already gotten around: rousing music from all style directions and musical improvisation at the highest level. Already on New Year's Eve in 2017, the Janoska Ensemble staged a lavish party entitled »The Big Mulatság« at the Vienna Konzerthaus. The Janoskas celebrated that night with top-class guests from a wide variety of backgrounds, and something similar can be expected now, when they plan a new edition under the title »The Big Mulatság Reloaded«. So far, the star baritone Thomas Hampson and folk opera music director Omer Meir Wellber have been confirmed as guests: the conductor, who previously led the traditional New Year's Eve performance of Beethoven's Ninth, will appear here as an accordionist.

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