Vienna – world capital of classical music! It is the birthplace of the waltz and the operetta and was home and workplace for more composers and musicians than any other city. Operas, concerts, and theatrical performances have played a major part in Viennese life for centuries, and today the streets resound regularly with the melodies of the imperial era. MusicofVienna.com is your single point to buy tickets for classical concerts in Vienna and concert packages.
Featured classical concerts
The Vienna Royal Orchestra combines art and entertainment at the highest level of skill. Selected musicians from the most famous Viennese orchestras, soloists and ballet dancers guarantee a uniqueness of experience and interpretation reminiscent of the times of composers such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart or Johann Strauss.
Since 1997, the Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra have established themselves as integral part of Vienna's cultural and musical life. In the traditional Orangery Schoenbrunn in Vienna, the Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra and the Schoenbrunn Palace Ensemble perform to the most beautiful tunes of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss.
Experience Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's most disputed master piece, the Requiem in D minor, at the baroque St. Charles Church in Vienna. The choir of the Salzburg Concert Society and the Orchestra 1756, performing on historical instruments, present Mozart's monumental Mass in uncomparable authenticity.
At the Vienna Hofburg, the former emperor's residence, the Vienna-Hofburg Orchestra presents an evening filled with the the most famous waltz and operetta melodies by Johann Strauss, Franz Léhar and opera aries by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
At Vienna's oldest concert hall the Mozart Ensemble, a string quartet of international renown, performs a harmonic musical program that includes well-known works of famous composers like Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven, Bach.
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Leider werden die Konzertserien Bach am Donnerstag und Konzert mit Trompete, Orgel und Pauke in der Karlskirche dieses Jahr nicht fortgesetzt. Gespielt werden aber weiterhin das Mozart Requiem und Vivaldis vier Jahreszeiten.
Neue Preise für die Schönbrunner Schlosskonzerte
Mit Beginn des Jahres gelten für die Schönbrunner Schlosskonzerte neue Preise. Sobald uns alle Informationen zur Verfügung stehen, sind dann die Konzerte über den Spielkalender auch buchbar.
Wiener Royal Orchester
Frohes neues Jahr
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Happy New Year 2015
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The Orpheon Consort, well known amond friends of period instruments, perform at the Crypt of the Vienna Peterskirche on Sunday, 21st August at 15:00. The program consists of works from Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Christoph Schaffrath and Carl Heinrich Graun.
Admission is free.
Mozart's Journeys: Western Europe 1763 - 1766
A concert evening with the music school Hansson-Zentrum in cooperation with the Mozarthaus Vienna about Mozarts Journeys in Western Europe in the years 1763 till 1766 at the Mozarthaus Vienna on May, 17th at 18:30.
Tickets starting at € 5.00.
A melodious matinee Classic on sunday at the Vienna Gartenbaumuseum on the 8th of May at 11:00.
Concilium musicum Wien
The chamber music group Concilium musicum Wien performs a selection of Mozart's sonatas for piano and violin on the 4th May at 19:30. The concert will be presented by Gerhard Tötschinger.