THE LATEST show featuring world-renowned conductor Andre Rieu will be screened at Keighley Picture House on January 4 and 5.

Andre Rieu ’s 70 Years Young is a mix of concert and documentary in which Andre reminiscences about his career with Good Morning Britain host Charlotte Hawkins.

The interview will be interspersed with his favourite performances from the world-famous live shows he presents across the globe.

A spokesman said: “Alongside his Johann Strauss Orchestra, the show features the maestro performing his most notable pieces from the most stunning locations around the world, including Schönbrunn Vienna, Radio City Music Hall New York and the Coronation Concert in Amsterdam.

“Andre will look back over his life, passions and music, while taking his cinema audience on an exclusive tour of his home in Maastricht.

“Through an incredible life with unparalleled achievement, the world-renowned violinist Rieu is the biggest classical music artist in the world.

“With over 40 million records sold worldwide and selling over 700,000 tickets each year – not to mention his July Maastricht cinema shows breaking box office records – it’s no wonder he has been dubbed ‘the maestro of the masses’ by the New York Times.”

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Known for his energetic and festive live performances and with album and DVD sales of more than 40 million worldwide, André consistently appears on the worldwide list of highest-grossing touring artists.

His Johann Strauss Orchestra, with up to 60 musicians, began in 1987, and for over three decades his spectacular live shows have gained him hundreds of thousands of fans. He will embark on a UK arena tour in spring next year.