Andre Rieu — The King of the Waltzes (Dec 2016)

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The King of the Waltzes is back for his annual Christmas shindig.

Not many violinists could pack out the SSE Wembley Arena, but this isn't your normal classical concert. Andre Rieu is famous for encouraging his fans to get out of their seats and dance in the aisles whilst he plays some spectacular Johann Strauss waltzes on his Stradivarius violin.

I say again: this is not your normal kind of classical concert! People don't sit quietly in their seats listening to the orchestra on stage. This is an evening of real fun and lively entertainment.

Expect to hear plenty of pieces from his latest compilation album, 'Magic of the Waltz', which was released back in April.

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