The Strauss Symphony of America is proud to present the finest local musicians from The Chicago Philharmonic, directed by an internationally acclaimed conductor accompanying the finest European singers ... Read More
Born in Salzburg, Alexander Steinitz studied conducting at the University for Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, and later at Yale University under Gunter Herbig. Winner of several awards including Vienna’s ... Read More
Rebecca Nelsen studied voice at Texas Tech University and in 2003, won a Fulbright Scholarship to the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. Her European debut at the Vienna Klangbogen ... Read More
Born in Spain, tenor Eduardo Aladrén attended the Music Conservatory of Zaragoza and the Escuela Superior de Canto, later earning a Performance Diploma in Voice at Indiana University. From 1998 ... Read More
The Vienna Imperial Ballet was established in 2003, made famous throughout the world for its interpretation of late 19th Century music, including that of Johan Strauss. The company has performed internationally, ... Read More
In 1992, the Szilver Ballroom Association was founded in Szentes, Hungary. Today, the association has over 136 certified competitors who are well known champions not only in Hungary but also on an international ... Read More
Don't miss New Year's Concert 2015 20th Anniversary Season
Welcome the New Year with Salute to Vienna! By high demand, Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center welcomes back this beloved concert!
Enjoy a brilliant new cast featuring members of the Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra, stellar European singers, and dancers in beautiful costumes.
Celebrate with the best Strauss waltzes, polkas and excerpts from Die Fledermaus, Merry Widow, and more.
Tickets are now on sale. Click "Reserve Tickets" above.
New casts will be announced soon. Show dates, times, and cast are subject to change without notice.