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Very good concert - a great selection of Strauss and Mozart's well known and also lesser known performed
Both the male and female Vocalists were very good as were the orchestra
(I was a little disappointed they weren't in period/ballroom costume - but that's me!!)
It was a lovely evening to attend the concert at the Schonbrunn Palace. We did the Palace tour on our own and had dinner on our own. Took the subway to the concert and the entrance to the concert was only a few steps from the subway station. We took the subway back to the hotel. It was very easy.
A totally entertaining evening even though I didn't understand a word of the singing!
Excellent program choices by a lovely, fairly small orchestra!
A lovely venue.
Nice to have shopping right there, too, and the bar.
Taxis were easily found right outside after the program.
Just the right length for a traveller.
Delightful evening. Very easy to get to the venue via the subway and a really enjoyable performance
An evening to remember. Wonderful setting and quality deliverance by way of music of mozart and strauss. Very good conductor interacted with the audience, orchestra, tenors and dancers. All in all an evening to remember.
The concerts was exactly as expected, but in a smaller venue due to some scheduling re-arrangement.
VIP tickets are well worth the cost. Sitting up front really made the night special. A must for anyone visiting Vienna.
Unforgettable concert, lucky I have pre-booked ticket from viator.com. A must to go place in Vienna, thanks Viator!
Excellent venue, excellent concert. Easy to find where,to get tickets, also gave you free pass to enter the Schonbrunn palace during the day, which was great
The concert and music were first rate. The concerts take place either in the Orangery or the Palace and on the occasion we went it was in the Orangery. The only issue is that it was very hot in there and they either cannot or did not open any windows to let in some fresh air. If you like classical music this is a must do in Vienna