Soak up the melodies of Strauss and Mozart with a concert in one of the world’s most renowned music venues, Vienna’s Orangery at Schonbrunn Palace. Choose from four ticket categories and settle into your seat to hear the works of Mozart and Strauss performed by the Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra. Accompanied by singers, musicians, and ballet dancers, the concert comprises virtuosos from top conservatories. Upgrade to a VIP ticket for a glass of sparkling wine at intermission.
Tickets to an evening concert at Schonbrunn Palace
Listen to Mozart and Strauss in the Schonbrunn Palace Orangery
Ballet dancers and singers accompany the Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra
Choice of seating; VIP option includes a glass of sparkling wine
Take with you one CD if you booked the VIP category
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
Choose from four seating categories at Schonbrunn Palace, and get a glass of wine and a CD with a VIP ticket.
Since the reign of the Habsburgs, the Orangery at Schonbrunn Palace has been a cultural epicenter, showcasing fine musical and artistic talent. The great Mozart himself competed in a musical contest here in the 18th century against the imperial court composer Antonio Salieri.
Arrive at the grand concert hall and settle into your seat in either the front, middle or rear, depending on the ticket category selected at the time of booking. Listen to the revered Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra or Ensemble perform works from Mozart and Strauss, accompanied by singers and ballet dancers.
Should you choose to upgrade to VIP seating, you will be treated to a glass of sparkling wine at intermission.
Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra
8:30 P.M. daily
Christmas & New Year´s Eve
24.12. concert starts at 3.00 P.M.
31.12. concert starts at 7.00 P.M.
01.01. concert starts at 4.00 P.M. & at 8.30 P.M.
01.04.-31.10. (Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra)
01.11.-23.12. & 02.01.-31.03. (Schönbrunn Palace Ensemble)
was not a full orchestra -- was 8:30pm which seemed awfully late -- was a really good performance -- pretty setting-- next time i would pick a performance in a more central location with a more full orchestra
Lovely setting in the Orangerie of the Palace. The musicians were excellent but the concert spoiled by the singers and dancers which were an odd addition. It was expensive for an hour concert. 25 minute intermission was not long enough for everyone to get a drink as a pop up bar with only two staff
It was an evening to remember!! Outstanding would be the perfect word to describe it!!! Incredible performance by the orchestra, opera singers and dancers! Beautiful location with incredible sound. A perfect way to end our stay. Would defend be back !!!!
It was a terrible venue. The whole show looked and felt temporary...and it was. The stage looked like a portable platform on wheels covered with a skirt. The audience seats were steel-framed cheap-restaurant types set up in rows all on the same level so you had to duck and dodge around the heads in front of you. No air conditioning (it is Germany, after all) and it was stifling hot with all those people in the room. They had a couple of undersized and inadequate fans set up...they did nothing but blow the guy's next to me body odor in my direction. The acoustics were terrible in here. I don't care that the monarch used this room for concerts...he must have had a tin ear. There were opera singers and the room gobbled up most of their talent. I felt bad for them. The 16 piece orchestra was OK...a few mistakes, but it was live, after all. The bad acoustics, the stifling heat, the smells, the uncomfortable chairs all made for an unfortunate evening. The "wonderful" light show that some people mention was nothing more than out-of-focus projections of star flare which I found to be hokey and unprofessional. I paid $85 per seat times 5 ( a whopping $425). I was not happy. My wife, her friend, and I left at the intermission and the 2 kids stayed to the end. I was cheated by this tourist trap scheme. It was a waste of my money, time, and effort (smart casual dress code...you must be kidding). So, we had on our long pants and dress shirts and coats and melted in this terrible place. Some people wore shorts, t-shirts, and sandals...they were the smart ones!! I would not recommend this to my worst enemy. A refund would be most appropriate.
Wonderful concert. Great musicians, singers and dancers. Beautiful Orangerie Room where Mozart had played. Loved the music. It was a very memorable part of my trip to Vienna.The Schonbrunn is so beautiful!!