- Tickets for the Vienna Mozart Concert at the Musikverein
- Enjoy a concert in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein or Brahms Hall
- Choose from four seating options
- Upgrade to the VIP package and enjoy dinner at the Restaurant Bristol and best available seating
- This popular tour is likely to sell out; book in advance
Recent Photos of This Tour
MusiciansPhoto by: Sherm
Fancy dressPhoto by: Sherm
Concert PromotionsPhoto by: Sherm
MusikvereinPhoto by: Sherm
Wiener Musikverein, Vienna ...Photo by: Anonymous
The Wiener Musikverein is a ...Photo by: Anonymous
B seating photoPhoto by: Sean K
USA, 05 2010
What You Can Expect
Likely to Sell-out! Vienna Mozart Concert at the Musikverein regularly sells out weeks in advance. Book ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
The Musikverein was inaugurated by Emperor Franz Joseph in 1870. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra's New Year's Concert, broadcast worldwide every year, is performed in the famous Golden Hall of the Musikverein. It is the permanent seat of the orchestra, and is air-conditioned.
Choose from Category A, B, C or Superior tickets. Or indulge in the VIP package which includes the following:
- 4-course Gourmet menu and aperitif at the Restaurant Bristol
- Fiaker carriage ride from the Restaurant to the concert hall
- Best category seating for the concert
- Glass of sparkling wine or soft drink in the VIP area of the concert hall
- Opportunity to meet the performers backstage
- Attendance by a Mozart page
- Cloak room fees
The program of the Vienna Mozart Concerts is characterized by a very accurate selection of the works. The artistic conception giving ground to the musical sequence of overtures, arias, duets, movements of symphonies and concerts offers powerful insight in the titanic works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The Vienna Mozart Orchestra includes 30 musicians from the best Viennese orchestras; 2 opera singers (soprano and baritone) from the Vienna State Opera and Volksopera; and 1 soloist for piano, violin and flute.
Orchestra, conductor and singers perform in period costumes
Formerly the winter residence of the Habsburgs, the Hofburg has a unique situation among the great festive halls in Vienna. It was here that the Emperor entertained his guests. Modern technical systems, such as air-conditioning have been successfully integrated into this magnificent hall.
History of the Vienna Mozart Orchestra
The Vienna Mozart Orchestra was founded in 1986 by musicians from the best and most famous Viennese orchestras and from various chambers music ensembles. The artists all shared the aim of preserving the musical tradition and the cultural of Vienna by dedicating themselves to the cultivation and representation of symphonic chamber music of the Viennese Classical Period.
As the name Vienna Mozart Orchestra implies, the 30 musicians devote themselves exclusively to the works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the most accomplished representative of that period who, though born in Salzburg, found his home in Vienna. The orchestra's repertoire ranges from all of Mozart's symphonies to a great variety of his instrumental concertos (for violin, piano and wind) to arias and duets from his most famous operas.
Below is an example of one of the 80 different programs:
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
"Don Giovanni", K. 527
Duettino Zerlina - Don Giovanni
La ci darem la mano
Donna Elvira's aria: Mi tradi
Don Giovanni's aria: Finch' han dal vino
Posthorn-Serenade, D Major, K 320
6th movement: Menuetto
Violin concerto No. 5 A Major, K. 219
1st movement: Allegro aperto
2nd movement: Adagio
3rd movement: Rondo, Tempo di Menuetto
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"The Marriage of Figaro", K. 492
The Count's aria: Hai gia vinta la causa!
Duet Susanna - Count: Crudel! perche finora
Symphony No. 40, g minor, K 550
1st movement: Molto Allegro
"Cosi fan tutte", K 588
Fiordiligi's aria: Come scoglio
Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525
1st movement: Allegro
"The Magic Flute", K. 620
Der Vogelfanger bin ich ja
Duet Papageno - Papageno: Pa - pa
"The Blue Danube" - Waltz
Please note this is a sample program which is subject to change without notice