Guarantee your admission to the Mozarthaus Concert at the Colloredo Hall - in the home of Mozart's first apartment in Vienna. The Colloredo Hall is renowned for their excellent acoustics for chamber music and intimate atmosphere. Purchase your tickets ahead of time for this popular concert, featuring a string quartet performing classical compositions in original historical costumes.
Please note: Due to ongoing renovation in Sala Terrena, concerts will be held at the Colloredo-Hall until the end of February, 2019.
Guarantee your admission to the Mozarthaus Concert at the Colloredo Hall - in the house where Mozart once lived
Enjoy a 1.5-hour string quartet concert performance
Experience compositions by Mozart, Bach, Hadyn, and others
Program and coat check included as an added convenience
Make your way to the concert location at the Colloredo Hall, located in the heart of Vienna. Inside the venue, look around at the historic frescoes that embellish the interior of the concert hall in Vienna. Sit back and enjoy the 1.5-hour program, performed by a string quartet dressed in original historical costumes. Listen to well-known compositions by Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Hadyn, and others. Imagine what it may have been like to sit and listen to a concert here centuries ago. Keepsake program and coat check are included in your ticket price. Please note: Due to ongoing renovation in Sala Terrena, concerts will be held at the Colloredo-Hall until the end of February, 2019.
Reviews by Viator travelers
Very nice evening in music
, Jun 2019
Marvelous semi-private concert in a cozy atmosphere. The musical performance was great, A must for music lovers.
Relied on other reviews to select this particular concert. Venue attractive and welcome pleasant. We had two top-range tockets and two student/youth tickets open seating - the latter were seatd right at the back in an alcove but the view was okay as our sons are quite tall.
Programme was reasonable with quartets from Mozart and other composers of the same period, and the players certainly looked that part in their psuedo-period costume.
The experience was let down however by the performance itself. I don't know how many concerts this group plays each week, but the playing was somehwat unfeeling and at times it was as if the group were on autopilot. On occasions the theatricality of the bowing flourishes interfered with the quality of the music - especially the cellist who repeatedly caught her bottom string causing a jarring dissonance. Some passages felt rushed perhaps because there was another performacne in 90 minutes? and overall we were disappointed after the hour-long concert.
Definitely one more for the tourists.
Fantastic! My family and I are not huge classical fans but these musician were extremely talented and it was wonderful to watch them play up close. We prefer smaller venues with more intimate experiences and we definitely got that. It is pricey but the talent was worth it.
Even if you're not a classical music fan, it's worth doing one small concert while in Vienna, the city of music. SalaTerrena is s a gem of a venue and the concert is not overly long. It's touristy, given the period costumes, and bit pricey, but we really enjoyed it. We went to the Opera another evening --spectacular!! I would suggest doing both.
This was a highlight of our Vienna trip! The concert setting is small and intimate and beautifully decorated, floor to ceiling. The musicians were exceptional! The lead violinist was so passionate in her playing, it was invigorating! A great choice for anyone who would like a taste of highest quality Mozart and Haydn