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The Chursächsische Café Music Programme (excerpt)

At this point, we would like to provide you with a glimpse of the diverse programme of the Chursächsische Café Music, which can also be booked as guest artists. Naturally, we also will gladly present you with completely individualised programme suggestions - Ask us!

"Vienna Forever"

With the musical theme "Vienna Forever", the vivacious ensemble presents you a colourful composition of wonderful melodies in honour of the famous city on the Danube: tones ring out from pieces such as "Thoroughbred Hymns",  "Light as a Feather" and "Viennese Spirit" by the king of waltzes, Johann Strauß. Furthermore, the Viennese operette potpourri "From Vienna through the World" by Viktor Hruby, or the famous serenade by Peter Kreuder as well as other melodious works guarentee entertainment of the highest class.


Johann Schrammel (1850-1893) | "Wien bleibt Wien" | March
Peter Kreuder (1905-1981) | "Serenade"
Johann Strauß (1825-1899) | "Leichtes Blut" | Galopp, "Wiener Blut" | Waltz and many more.

"Berliner Melodies"

Die Chursächsische Café Music invites you on an entertaining trip to the metropolis on the Spree River! The melodies from works by Paul Lincke, Wage Kollo, Robert Stolz and Emil Waldteufel reflect life as it is in Germany's capital city. Experience the sunny side of Berlin with pieces such as the "Vergnügten Kremserfahrt", the "Village Musicians" Polka or the "Heinzelmännchen Wachtparade"!

Paul Lincke (1866-1946) | "Folies Bergere" | March
Emil Waldteufel (1837-1915) | "Herbstweisen" | Waltz
Kurt Noack (1893-1945) | "Heinzelmännchen Wachtparade" | Character Piece and many more.

"Im weißen Rössl"

Become enchanted by the magic that is operette and the beauty of classic hits: enjoy the works of famous composers of lively melodies, such as Franz Lehár, Ralf Benatzky, Robert Stolz, Emil Waldteufel and many more!


Georg Freundorfer (1881-1940) | "Gruß an Oberbayern" | March
Siegfried Bethmann (1915-1993) | "Lebensfroh" | Jovial Intermezzo
Franz Lehár (1870-1948) | "Gold and Silver" | Waltz and many more.

"Sun, Moon and Stars"

This programme centres around nature, music and adventure! Let the music of Johann and Josef Strauß, Willi Meisel, Gerhard Winkler and many others transport you to various regions of the world and discover the beauty of classical music.


Edward Elgar (1857-1934) | "Chanson de Matin"
Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880) | "Barcarole"
Josef Strauß (1827-1870) | "Frauenherz" | Polka Mazurka and many more.

"In a Good Mood"

Look forward to a concert with familiar and popular melodies such as "Spring on the Boulevard", "Serenade d’Amalfi", "Mein Liebeslied muss ein Walzer sein", "Vilja Song", "Frohe Fahrt" and many.

Hans Grunwald | "Basta", Paso doble
Udo Rix / Frank Dehlitz | "Füssel-Polka"
Jochen Allihn (1922-1994) | "Frühling am Boulevard" | Duet from the musical-comedy "2 x Madeleine" and many more.

"Fresh Winds and Morning Journals"

The Chursächsische Café Music welcomes you with a fresh bouquet of colourful melodies, which spread a lively breeze: next to Erhard Kaufmann's "For Your Enjoyment" and the intermezzo "A Little Village Story" by Hans Bund, Heinz Otto's Polka "Frischen Wind" will bring in 'fresh air' and the
"Morning Journals Waltz" by Johann Strauß lets good moods bloom.
Enjoy comfortable entertainment! 

Erhard Kaufmann | "Euch zur Freude"
Hans Grunwald | Intermezzo from the "Tänzerische Suite"
Heinz Otto | "Frischer Wind" | quick Polka and many more.

"Classic Folksfestival"

In this part, expect a concert with melodies from such popular titles as "Voices of Spring" waltz by Johann Strauß, "My Lips, so Hotly They Kiss« by Franz Lehár, Frederick Hippmann's "Pustafest", "Russian" by Jo Knümann and many more.

Jo Knümann (1895-1952) | Russian – from original folk melodies
Julius Kochmann (1854-1939) | Liebesgespräch | Intermezzo
Johann Strauß (1825-1899) | "Frühlingsstimmen-Walzer" op. 410 and many more.

"A Classical Dance"

This programme presents the lively and vivacious side of classical music: dance through the evening to the famously up-beat works of Offenbach, Dvorak, Boccherini, Brahms and many more. An charming concert experience, that fills the audience with pleasure!

Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880) | Overture "Orpheus in der Unterwelt"
Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805) | "Menuett" from the Quintet
François-Joseph Gossec (1734-1829) | "Gavotte"

"From Black-White to Cherry Pink"

This programme's selection takes you back to the beginning of film history and the wonderful melodies of cinema: take a trip from black and white with Charlie Chaplin to Cherry Pink by Mathew Louiguy... a truly colourful concert programme!


Erich Donnerhack (*1909) | "Trocadero", "Paso doble" in D Minor
Lester Allen and Robert Hill | "El Choclo" (The Ladies' Man)
Tango in D Minor Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977) | "Limelight" | slow waltz in A flat Major

"Gypsy Love"

At the concert "Gypsy Love", the Chursächsische Café Music presents passionate Roma music, rousing operette melodies from Austria/Hungary and music from the Balkans to Spain! Naturally, the piece from Franz Lehár with the same title, or the entrance march of the "Gypsy Baron" by Johann Strauß will be performed. Guests may also enjoy other hot-blooded compositions of leisure, including Emmerich Kálmán's operette potpourri of "The Csárdás Duchess", the "Estudiantina" Waltz by Emil Waldteufel and Frederick Hippmann's "Pusztafest".


Franz Lehár (1870-1948) | "Zigeunerliebe"
Johann Strauss (1825-1899) | Scenes from the operette "Zigeunerbaron", "Eljen a Magyar!", Fast Polka op. 332 Emmerich Kálmán (1882-1953) | Large Review from the operette »The Csárdás Duchess«