Begin your evening at the illustrious Restaurant Bristol. Built in 1892, the restaurant's accompanying hotel has hosted guests such as the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Teddy Roosevelt and composer George Gershwin.
Sip an aperitif as you soak up the sophisticated glam of the restaurant. Indulge in three gourmet courses of Austrian fare before heading over to the concert hall, roughly a 5-minute walk away. (If preferred, you may choose to dine after the concert.)
Step inside the Musikverein and see for yourself why this venue is considered one of Europe's finest. Inaugurated by Emperor Franz Joseph in 1870, it is now home to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and known for its incredible acoustics.
Settle into your seat as the Vienna Mozart Orchestra begins overtures and arias from some of Mozart’s famous operas, such as The Marriage of Figaro and Don Giovanni. Soak up movements from symphonies including ‘Eine kleine Nachtmusik’ and ‘Symphony No. 40,’ interspersed with select musical pieces by Johann Strauss.
You’ll receive a free Mozart CD at the end of the concert so you can continue enjoying the melodies when you return home. Click 'View Additional Info' below to see a seating plan of the Golden Hall at the Musikverein.