On the first day of 2017. Croatian Radio and Television (HRT) gives all its users a transfer of the traditional New Year's Concert by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Transmission begins at 11.15 at Croatian Television First Program (HRT - HTV 1) and on Third Radio Program (HRT - HR 3), and will be monitored through the HRTi Multimedia Service. The unique concert of the Vienna Philharmonic on New Year's Eve in the Musikverein Golden Hall is a tradition not given up by Vienna or 50 million people in nineteen countries around the world.
The Vienna Philharmonic also leads us to an enchanting world of music that exudes vividness, entertainment, forgetting, hope and nostalgia for some time. The world was created by members of the Strauss Dynasty: Joseph, Eduard, Johann Young and Johann older. Along with wizards, poles and walkers from their composer's workshop on the program are fragments from the operas by Franz Lehara, Franz von Suppe, Carla Ziehrer and Otta Nicolaia.
The bargains are also unavoidable this year, Radetzky's Walking Tour and the Beautiful Blue Danube, the masterpiece of which was exactly exactly a century and a half. The jubilee waltz over waltz will mark the transfer of fragments from the ORF archive that will remind us of the performances of this dance on New Year's concerts throughout history.
As in the past few years, the hall will be decorated by Austrian florists, and ballet points will be signed by choreographer Renato Zanella, the longtime artistic director of the Vienna State Ballet, who has decided to perform some live performances in Musikverein.
"With the greatest excitement and expectations we will be watching the thirty-five-year-old Gustava Dudamel performing for the conductor's desk of the Vienna Philharmonic, the youngest teacher in history who has been given the opportunity to dress up with this unique musical event," says Ivan Kocelj, editor and commentator of the television broadcast.
Gustavo Dudamel, son of the thrombonist and singing professor, from Venezuela, gained musical education within the visionary project El systems thanks to which more than half a million musicians have been playing since the mid-1970s.
Alongside Elmus's musical skills, the system also promotes engagement in promoting society, combating crime, addiction and poverty, offering younger generations the opportunity to choose a better life.
"The most successful musician from the El system project will use the opportunity to promote the vision of the El system as part of the New Year project. The members of the Vienna Philharmonic will visit Superar, a free music school for approximately 900 children aged 9 to 16 years, located in the poorest Vienna district. He will be conducting a rehearsal of the Superar Orchestra, and eventually the children belonging to the most diverse ethnic groups, including recent Syrian refugees, will host the Vienna New Year's Concert. He will send a message in which master Dudamel truly believes that music is a power that unites, inspires and makes the world a better place, "Ivan Kocelj revealed.
She is editor and commentator of the television broadcast of the New Year's Concert by the Vienna Philharmonic, Ivana Kocelj. Editor of Radio Transmission Zrinka Matic and commentator Jagoda Martinčević.