LUKAS PERMAN sings AUSTROPOP

In recent years Lukas Perman has appeared in numerous successful Viennese musical productions such as ELISABETH, ROMEO & JULIA or TANZ DER VAMPIRE. In the Vienna Metropol he repeatedly appeared on stage with the WONDERBOYS VON HERNOIS and his music cabaret THE GENTLEMEN OF SWING.

 

Lukas Perman is already well known as a "Fendrich interpreter" from the hit musical I AM FROM AUSTRIA. But it's not only Fendrich's music that has had a lasting influence on his career. The songs and lyrics of Austropop greats such as Georg Danzer, Wolfgang Ambros, Falco, Ludwig Hirsch, Hubert von Goisern, S.T.S, Peter Cornelius and many more have accompanied us all from an early age and we associate many special moments and memories with them.

Lukas Perman tells us his personal Austropop story with all our favourite hits like "Jö Schau", "Rock Me Amadeus", "Weusd a Herz hast wia a Bergwerk", to name just a few. He is accompanied by a fantastic band under the direction of Ulrich Permanschlager.

 

An entertaining evening with music "Made in Austria", because I AM FROM AUSTRIA!

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Wiener Metropol

The great hall
 

It is distinguished by its six sand- and gold-colored columns and the central nave with the two brass louvers. Since summer 1998 equipped with modern soundproofing, the large hall of the Viennese metropolis, newly renovated, shines in new splendor. Famous and popular due to international and national events from musicals to cabaret to concerts.
 

A stage open on three sides gives the visitor fascinating insights into the scenarios. In addition, in the case of in-house musical productions, the entire hall is usually played and the audience is involved in the event. For all cultural events, the large hall can be optimally utilized, with a capacity of 700 standing or 550 seats, or adapted seating with round tables. Carefully selected performances, state-of-the-art technology and competent employees make culture an experience!

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