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  1. Jan 20, 2022 · In front of the statue of the Austrian composer Johann Strauss in Vienna City Park, the president of the Aohua Association and member representatives took a group photo with everyone, wishing the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics a complete success and looking forward to the future together.

  2. Dec 31, 2021 · For the first time in decades, the golden statue of Johann Strauss, a ten-minute walk from the Musikverein, will not serve as a meeting point for students who make pilgrimage to the central City Park to pay tribute in case the hangover would allow them to get up early to see the concert. According to the criteria of The Trust Project. Know more

  3. Jan 02, 2022 · Statue of Johann Strauss II gilded in gold in Stadtpark, Vienna. Photo ©Tara Desai Admiring the geniuses of Joann Strauss, Andre Rieu, the famous Dutch violinist and conductor said; when I was 4 ...

  4. Dec 31, 2021 · Where: Iron City, 513 22nd St. South, Birmingham, 205-761-5100. Tickets: $90-$165 via Iron City website. NEW YEAR’S EVE BHAM BASH. What: Live music by Sam Rife and the Beasley Brothers, DJ sets ...

  5. Jan 21, 2022 · Supported by Bunjil Place. Arriving in Australia six years ago, musician and composer Hari Sivanesan admits he felt at a bit of a loss. Born in London to Sri Lankan parents, growing up in the UK in the 80s and 90s was “a very different place” to what he encountered in Australia, he says, “especially in terms of the arts world.

  6. Jan 07, 2022 · Leonidas statue in defense with his spear and shield € 18.76 – € 28.60 € 16.88 – € 25.74 Quick View; Johann Strauss II bust statue made of Alabaster € 19.50 € 17.55 Quick View; Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky bust statue made of Alabaster

  7. Jan 01, 2022 · VIENNA is an internatio­nal capital, a city that has been a pivot for diplomacy, culture, intellectu­al thought, music, art, design and architectu­re for hundreds of years. Its famous annual New Year’s concert and its glittering winter balls are long traditions that seem to distil the essence of festive celebratio­n and they have survived ...