The VBW Orchestra
FIRST CLASS PERFORMANCES EVERY NIGHT
The Orchestra of Vereinigte Bühnen Wien was founded in 1987. Today, it consists of 80 instrumentalists from a wide variety of genres, who have developed into a unified and highly acclaimed body of sound over the past decades. The orchestra plays first-class performances of musicals in the VBW theaters every evening and, due to its high quality, is also active in the jazz and big band field. Furthermore, it knows how to impress with film music interpretations as well as with its participation in operettas and modern chamber operas as well as numerous concert series at home and abroad.
The VBW Orchestra and Aleksey Igudesman
Benefizgala "20 Jahre Rote Nasen Clowndoctors"
Benefizgala "20 Jahre Rote Nasen Clowndoctors" am 30. November 2014, Volkstheater Wien
Rolando Villazón und das Orchester der Vereinigten Bühnen Wien
Musikalische Leitung: Koen Schoots
Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone
Oboe, English horn
Due to the great success, extended until January 2024!
Premiere: Thursday, 22.09.2022 - 7:30 pm
Duration: ~ 2:40h
The romantic love story at Manderley gradually develops into a gripping thriller with plenty of intrigue and dark surprises. Breathtakingly staged, with magnificent sets, poignant melodies, a unique, large live orchestra and amazing special effects, REBECCA is a musical experience in a class of its own that you definitely don't want to miss.
Experience the successful musical at the Ronacher!
Premiere: Saturday, 08.10.2022 - 7:30 pm
Duration: ~ 2:40h
Disney's THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME promises an extraordinary and highly moving musical experience for young and old with all the unforgettable songs of the world-famous film. This impressive musical adaptation captivates not only with its Oscar-nominated, opulent music featuring large church choirs, but also with Scott Schwartz's lavish and powerful staging. Experience the successful play after many international productions, including in the USA, Berlin and Tokyo, now finally for the first time in Vienna at the Ronacher.