Vienna Baroque Orchestra
Baroque, classical and romantic music at the highest level
From baroque to classical on to romantic music; from the grand master of bel canto Caetano Donizetti to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The Vienna Baroque Orchestra and top-class opera singers invite you to an evening at the highest artistic level.
The concerts are about 1:30 hours with a 15 minute intermission.
Admission opens 30 minutes before the concert starts.
Tickets are available in three different categories: VIP, A and B — in addition to seats in the first or second row, the category VIP
includes a drink during the intermission and an audio-CD of the concert.
Seats are not numbered, seating will be assigned by the usher at the entrance according to ticket category. For children up to the age of 7 and accompanied by their parents admission is free. Children under the age of 2 are not permitted at the concerts.
We request that you dress appropriately for the concert and the location (no training or street wear).
|Category VIP||69.00 €|
|Category A||54.00 €|
|Category B||44.00 €|
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Only a short walk away from the concert hall, lies the famous Café Landtmann, where you will enjoy a three-course dinner after the concert at 20:30. The menu is the same in all categories. Drinks are not included in the price. Concert and dinner is unfortunately not available during the Christmas holidays and on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
- Consommé with shredded pancakes
- Wiener Schnitzel - golden brown breaded veal cutlet with parsley potatoes and leaf salad
or Viennese prime boiled beef with classic Viennese side dishes: cream spinach, roasted potatoes, chive sauce and apple horseradish
- Landtmann’s home-made cake “Guglhupf”
|Category VIP||109.00 €|
|Category A||94.00 €|
|Category B||82.00 €|
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All prices are total prices, including all taxes and statutory fees. We do not add any booking fees or shipping charges.
The program of the Vienna Baroque Orchestra consists of selected works from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras. Some of the highlights are:
- Johann Strauss (Sohn): „Voices of Spring“ (Waltz)
- Antonio Vivaldi: „Spring” from „The Four Seasons”
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: „Là ci darem la mano“ from „Don Giovanni”
- Jules Massenet: „Meditation“ from „Thaïs“
- Gioachino Rossini: „Largo al factotum“ from „Il barbiere di Siviglia” („The Barber of Seville”)
- Emmerich Kálmán: „Heia in den Bergen“ from „Die Csárdásfürstin” („The Csárdás Princess”)
- Isaac Albéniz: „Asturias“
- Vittorio Monti: „Csárdás“
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: „Pa pa pa“ from „The Magic Flute“
- Pjotr Iljitsch Tschaikowski: „Canzonetta“ from the Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35
- Johann Strauss (Sohn): „Wiener Blut“ (Waltz)
- Johann Strauss (Sohn): „The Blue Danube“ (Waltz)
Program subject to change.