- Ticket to a classical music concert at Schloss Mirabell in Salzburg
- Admire the palace’s Baroque interior – normally off limits to the general public
- Walk past the Donnerstiege – the palace’s spectacular marble staircase
- Enjoy a 1-hour 40-minute concert inside the lavish Marble Hall
- Listen to music by world-renowned classical music composers like Mozart, Bach or Beethoven
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
A must-do for fans of classical music, as well as anyone looking for a memorable night out. What sets this apart from many other concerts is that the setting is very intimate, putting you in close proximity to the musicians. Also, the Marble Hall is just so stunning and glamorous!
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What You Can Expect
Built in 1606 for the Archbishop of Salzburg, the palace was later burnt down in the city fire of 1818. Fortunately, the two must-see areas of the palace – the Marble Hall (Marmorsaal) and the Donnerstiege -- were not harmed, and they’ve retained their exquisite Baroque appeal.
Walk past the Donnerstiege – a spectacular marble staircase adorned with sculptures – and then head into the Marble Hall. The opulent chandeliered room was once the Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich’s banquet hall, as well as the place where Mozart’s father is said to have rehearsed.
A host will show you to your seat inside the hall, and then all that’s left to do is sit down and enjoy your 1-hour and 40-minute, chamber-music concert. Performed by a smaller number of musicians than for a typical symphony orchestra, chamber music was historically created for performances inside intimate private rooms, like the Marble Hall.
The instruments will typically include piano, viola, violin and cello, and classical music composed between the 17th and 19th centuries will be played. The pieces of music played vary per concert, but you can expect to hear music by much-loved composers like Mozart, Bach, Handel and Beethoven.
Half-way through the performance, there is a 10-minute break, and at the end of the concert, simply make your own way out of the palace.