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Wiener Musikverein Concert Hall

Grand façades, sparkling chandeliers, and superb acoustics impress at the Vienna Philharmonic’s concert hall.

Wiener Musikverein Concert Hall: Our most recommended tours and activities

Vienna: Mozart Concert at the Golden Hall

1. Vienna: Mozart Concert at the Golden Hall

Enjoy a superb concert of Mozart and Strauss classics at one of the city’s most venerable concert halls. During this entertaining and stylish evening, you will see a performance by the renowned Vienna Mozart Orchestra. Founded in 1986, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra is composed of frequent participants at the concerts of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Vienna Symphonic Orchestra, as well as other prestigious Austrian ensembles. Beside its worldwide touring history, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra is well known for holding Mozart concerts in Vienna in period costumes, enriching the musical life of the city. Listen as 30 exceptional musicians, 2 internationally renowned soloists, and 2 opera singers from the Vienna State Opera and Vienna’s Volksoper, present a well balanced concert program in the style of the musical academies from the late 18th-Century. Directed by star conductors, the incomparable acoustics and impressive architecture of these beautiful Viennese concert halls make for an unforgettable evening.

Vienna: Vivaldi's Four Seasons & Mozart at the Brahms Hall

2. Vienna: Vivaldi's Four Seasons & Mozart at the Brahms Hall

Discover a highlight of Vienna's cultural calendar and enjoy an evening of beautiful music with this 2-hour Mozart and Vivaldi classical concert. Take your seat in the beautiful Brahms Hall of the Musikverein and admire the building’s breathtaking architecture. The first part of the concert includes Viennese classical pieces from Mozart and Haydn. The second part consists of Vivaldi’s legendary violin concerto “The Four Seasons,” featuring a string ensemble and Austrian soloists of international renown. You're sure to be charmed by this unique experience.

Vienna: Mozart Concert and Austrian Delights Dinner

3. Vienna: Mozart Concert and Austrian Delights Dinner

Your evening will begin with an aperitif, which will be followed by a three-course meal at the restaurant 1870 Terrace Lounge in the Grand Hotel Vienna. This luxurious hotel offers the right atmosphere to start any special evening. The Grand Hotel Vienna is located only 400 meters from the Wiener Musikverein Concert Hal, which means there will be no need to rush to the concert following your meal. Dinner starts at 6 PM and the concert is at 8:15 PM. The venue can be easily reached by foot in only a few minutes, allowing you to take your time enjoying dinner. At the concert, you will be listening to fantastic serenades from Mozart, as well as the Blue Danube and the Radetzkymarsch by Johann Strauss. You will enjoy the unique acoustics of this breathtaking place and relive the experience at home by listening to a complementary Golden Collection CD: The Best of the Vienna Mozart Orchestra. Starter: Soup with fine strips of thin pancake Main course: Grilled pike perch filet with pointed cabbage and beluga lentils or Boneless deep-fried Styrian chicken with potato-lamb’s lettuce salad Dessert: Curd cheese-strawberry dumpling, vanilla-rum parfait, apricot-chocolate tartlet, or mini apple strudel

Vienna: Mozart Concert in the Brahms-Saal

4. Vienna: Mozart Concert in the Brahms-Saal

Enjoy the best of Mozart and the highlights of Johann Strauss, masterfully performed by the Mozart Orchestra of Vienna. The 30 musicians who will play for you are drawn from the ranks of the Vienna Philharmonic, Vienna Symphony, and other renowned Austrian Orchestras. Their ranks will be swelled by internationally acclaimed soloists, and two opera singers from the State Opera and Volksoper. The ensemble will of course be led by a star conductor. The real show-stopper: the orchestra, singers and conductor will be dressed in the magnificent costumes and wigs of the Baroque period, to present the overtures, arias, and duets from Mozart's most famous operas with authentic panache, as well as extracts from the symphonies, concerti, serenades and divertimenti, in the style of the 18th-century musical academies. The unofficial anthems of Austria, Johann Strauss I's energetic Radetzky March and Johann Strauss II's Blue Danube Waltz will round off this marvelous program.

Vienna: Mozart Concert in the Golden Hall with Dinner

5. Vienna: Mozart Concert in the Golden Hall with Dinner

Enjoy the most wonderful arias and duets from Mozart’s famous operas. Listen to fantastic excerpts from symphonies, concertos, and serenades as well as the Blue Danube and the Radetzky March by Johann Strauss. Experience the magnificent atmosphere and marvel at the musicians in traditional Baroque costumes and wigs. Before the Mozart concert you can enjoy a real feast at the Bristol restaurant. Enjoy a delicious 3-course meal with aperitif. The dishes are composed by the chef himself and mostly assembled spontaneously. They are some of the best dishes you can get in the whole of Austria.

Vienna: Virtual Reality Ring Street Bus Tour

6. Vienna: Virtual Reality Ring Street Bus Tour

Chat with the famed Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, ride alongside Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Sisi, and spot Dr. Sigmund Freud along the way as you tour Vienna. Experience the city in an innovative way with a virtual reality headset on this guided bus drive of the scenic Ring Street. See the most prominent and historic buildings of the city, like the Academy of Fine Arts, Hofburg Palace, Austrian Parliament Building, Albertina Square, and more. Stop at some of these important sites to strap on your headset and enter a gripping virtual reality.

Von Asche zu Staub und Ruhm zu Glanz

7. Von Asche zu Staub und Ruhm zu Glanz

A particularly cheerful city tour takes us from the Karlskirche over the Ring, to Schwarzenbergplatz! We begin this tour with a historical journey into the time of Emperor Charles VI. The Charles Church towers powerfully over the magnificent square. We meet right in front of the church and off we go with gloomy stories from the time of the edification - The smoke of the plague dead can still be felt over the city - immerse yourself with me in the secrets of the baroque splendour! Next, we visit the Schwarzenberg family, take care of their most important representatives and explore their history and history. The high beam fountain - background is a romantic love story - should of course not be missing on this tour! Then we head towards Ringstraße and we learn the background information about the construction of the Musikverein and of course the Hotel Imperial must not be neglected. Continue to the magnificent palace of Ludwig Viktor - called - Luzi Vuzi! His story did not fit at all into the worldview of the Habsburgs. I guarantee a very humorous, entertaining journey through the sometimes almost unbelievable history of Vienna.

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What people are saying about Wiener Musikverein Concert Hall

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 2,155 reviews

Great Value experience. We were fortunate enough to be in the seats where just peaking your head was enough to see the stage. In the cheap 10$ seats. PLEASE READ - My only criticism is that coat check is MANDATORY and is CASH ONLY!!! we dont have a habit of walking around with cash and we were supposed to pay 2 euros for checking in our jackets. we had to look thoroughly to scrape some change which was not even the price of coat check. Luckily for us the ladies at coat check let us get away with it and didnt charge us the full price. But very poor system. Either make it very clear that you must bring cash before hand or dont make coat check mandatory or accept card payments. We saw a few people that were not allowed into the concert due to not having change for coat check.

Follow the insrructions, because it is really necesarry to come on time to arrange the tickets and seat to enjoy this umique event

A splendid surprise to be able to approach the world of classical music in a simple and cheap way. Unique setting and atmosphere

It was an amazing experience. We sat down almost in front of the stage. The cheapest price in the town!

Very nice hall and great atmosphere. Highly recommended!