Your evening will begin at Schloss Mirabell in central Salzburg. Step inside the palace and marvel at the grand interior that is typically closed off to the general public.
Built in 1606 for the Archbishop of Salzburg, the Mirabell Palace was burned down in the city fire of 1818. Thankfully, the exquisite Marble Hall and the Donnerstiege, the palace’s ornate marble staircase, remained unharmed. Today the palace is one of Salzburg's most renowned architectural gems and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Pass the Donnerstiege – the gorgeous marble staircase ornamented with sculptures – before entering the Marble Hall. The chandeliered room is said to have once hosted rehearsals for Mozart’s father, and also served as the Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich’s banquet hall.
Then settle into your seat and enjoy your classical music concert in the intimate venue. Hear the sounds of the violin, cello, piano and viola. The works performed vary from concert to concert, but typically include compositions from Beethoven, Mozart, Bach and Handel.