Program 2019

  • A musical and culinary journey through Austria

  • A musical journey from the mountains of Tirol, the charming lakes of the Salzkammergut, and from the romantic Danube Valley to imperial Vienna awaits the visitors of the “Austrian Dinner Show”. Traditional folklore tunes and colourful dances, a spirited “Landler“ from the Alps, romantic arias from Salzburg and famous Waltzes and Operettas from Vienna, the highly talented musicians of our ensemble, excellent vocal soloists and spirited dancers will enchant with their performance of the musical treasures of Austria.


  • Program:

    Between each dinner course, the visitors experience an exciting program divided into 3 entertaining show scenes. During dinner, typical Viennese music will be played live.

    Ensemble:

    The Austrian Dinner Show Ensemble consists of highly talented musicians, excellent vocal soloists and spirited dancers, who appear in colourful local costumes of the various musicial regions visited. In a charming manner they will enchant your clients with their performance of the musical treasures of Austria.

  • The scenes

    1st Scene: Roses from Tirol
    “Grüß Gott“ is a hearty musical welcome by the full ensemble followed by other evergreens from the Operetta “Der Vogelhändler – The Bird Seller“. Instrumental pieces with a dance performance like the “Zillertaler Hochzeitsmarsch – Zillertal Wedding March“ bring to a close our visit to the mountains of Tyrol.

    2nd Scene: The Sound of Music
    In this scene we bring excerpts from the charming and witty Operetta “Im Weissen Rössl“, the classic Edelweis from the “Sound of Music“ and our dancers finishing this part with a spirited “Landler“.

    3rd Scene: The Blue Danube
    The musical highlight of our show featuring Austria’s most celebrated operetta composers, Johann Strauss, Franz Lehar and Robert Stolz includes songs from the „The Gypsy Baron“, “Wiener Blut“ and “The Merry Widow“. No show would be complete without the speedy Tritsch Tratsch Polka and the greatest Waltz of all time “The Blue Danube“ performed by our ballett ensemble.