Wiener Ensemble concerts
The Mozart Museum at the Mozarthaus Vienna at Domgasse No. 5 presents the life and work of musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with a focus on his years in Vienna from
1781 to 1791. The 15th-century town house houses exhibitions on Mozart's personal and social life in Vienna and his musical works.
Learn about Mozart's connection to Masonic thought and his passion for gambling, fashion, literature and science.
The heart of the Mozart Museum is the only apartment in Vienna belonging to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart that has survived to this day. Wolfgang Amadé Mozart and his family lived in this apartment with four rooms, two cabinets and a kitchen from 1784 to 1787. Here he composed works such as the opera "Le Nozze di Figaro" or three of the six "Haydn Quartets".
The concert hall
The Boesendorder concert hall, in which the Wiener Ensemble plays, is located in the historically unique baroque vault on the second basement floor of the Mozarthaus. In 2006, on the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth, the hall was converted with great architectural flair into an extraordinary event location with excellent acoustics.
How to get to the Mozarthaus Vienna
1010 Wien (1st district)
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By public transport
The Mozarthaus Vienna is located in the center of Vienna at Domgasse 5, right next to Stephansplatz.
The subway station Stephansplatz of the subway lines U1 and U3 is only a few minutes' walk away and is the closest connection.
As is the case with all concerts that take place in the first district (Innere Stadt), we recommend to not go there by car.
Vienna's first district is a labyrinth of narrow one-way streets and blind ends and parking is at best difficult, more often impossible.
Please note that all of Vienna is a short-term parking zone (Kurzparkzone) from Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 22:00 with a maximum parking time of two hours. Prepaid parking vouchers may be purchased at tobacconists, all points of advance sale and ticket machines at all Vienna public transport underground stations, automobile clubs ARBÖ and ÖAMTC and some petrol/gas stations or online with your mobile phone at www.handyparken.at (registration required).
Taxis are a reliable and common means to get to your concert. Taxis are usually found at train stations and at taxi stands all over the city. Or you can order a taxi by calling: 31 300, 60 160, 40 100 oder 81 400.
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