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André Rieu Brings his Spectacular Production to Denmark

Following the postponement of his 2010 tour due to viral infection of the vestibular nerve that left him unable to carry out his tour commitments, André Rieu has now fully recovered and is currently on an incredible world tour. André Rieu, the Dutch violinist and conductor brings his spectacular production to Denmark. Traveling through the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Mexico and South Africa, Rieu will visit Aalborg on Tuesday 1 March.

At last, adoring fans across Denmark can see for themselves just why André Rieu is a musical phenomenon again. André Rieu and his touring production is unlike anything else in the entertainment world. Music fans can expect the experience of a lifetime when they attend the only classical concerts where the audience jump to their feet and dance in the aisles.

Fully recovered from his illness, Andre said: “I am so excited to be back on stage, doing what I love most, playing beautiful music, together with my orchestra, for all my fans! Thank you all for your support and love, it has been the best medicine for my recovery! See you in March!”

The stunning costumes and elaborate stage-sets add to the romantic and festive atmosphere Rieu creates. Conducting the Johann Strauss Orchestra with his violin bow – just like the composer himself – Rieu’s onstage charisma and rock-star demeanour make his live shows simply irresistible. Tickets for Rieu’s concert are now available at

André Rieu & his Johann Strauss Orchestra
01 March 2011 – 8pm – Aalborg, Denmark – Gigantium
Tickets via

A Dutch violinist, conductor and showman, Rieu has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide. Together with his 50-pieces Johann Strauss Orchestra, he tours on five continents. Every year, more than 700,000 fans attend an André Rieu concert, establishing him as one of the top ten touring acts in the world. In 2008 he was crowned nr. 1 Classic Artist in the US and scored more than 100x Platinum in Australia.