Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra
Concerts at Schoenbrunn Palace
Since the time of the rule of the Habsburgs the baroque Schoenbrunn Palace has been a place of imperial court festivities. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart returned to this place again and again and the in history of music probably unique rivalry between Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Antonio Salieri took place at the Orangery of the palace.
The Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra is a highly professional, traditional and internationally sought-after Viennese chamber orchestra, which has been very successful since its inception in 1994. The orchestra consists of renowned musicians from all of Vienna’s most important orchestras.
The members of the orchestra are young, dedicated and artistically highly qualified musicians. All of them have previously played in various orchestras and well-known concert halls in Austria and have received their education and training at internationally renowned conservatories and universities. The Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra Vienna has a long tradition of working with singers and ballet dancers.
In addition to the high musical level, the orchestra is also known for its unified sound, its charming stage presence, as well as a highly professional appearance. In addition to the regular concerts at the Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery, the orchestra has also become a very important ambassador of Austria and has had many international successes – among others, in Japan, Croatia, Germany, Sweden, the Czech Republic and Denmark.
From November 1st until December 23rd and from January 2nd until March 31st the Palace Concerts are performed by the Schoenbrunn Palace Ensemble. All other concerts are performed by the full Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra.
The Schoenbrunn Palace Concerts are performed again at 20:30, with additional special concerts taking place on Christmas and New Year, at the Orangery Schoenbrunn, or the Great Gallery and the White and Gold Rooms at the Schoenbrunn Palace. Because of COVID-19 restrictions there is currently no ballett performed at the concerts.
- You can book seats in four different categories: VIP, A, B and C. The VIP category includes a glass of sparkling wine at the bar during the intermission and an audio-cd of the concert. Seats are not numbered, within the given category there is free choice of seating.
- The concert lasts for about 1:45 hours, including a 15 minute intermission.
- Admission opens 30 minutes before the concert begins.
- Children up to and including the age of 5 years are not permitted at the concerts.
- All concert halls are wheelchair accessible.
- We request that you dress appropriately, in particular not in training or street wear (cycling shorts, muscle shirts, hoodies or belly tops).
Unfortunately the tickets for the concerts cannot be printed in advance. Your concert ticketswill be ready for you at the concert hall entrance where you can pick them up with your name and reservation number before the concert. Should you require a copy of the tickets as a gift, please contact us.
Schoenbrunn Palace Concerts
|Category VIP||105.00 €|
|Category A||75.00 €|
|Category B||65.00 €|
|Category C||45.00 €|
Schoenbrunn Palace Christmas Concerts
The Christmas concerts take place from the 24nd of December until the 30th of December.
|Category VIP||115.00 €|
|Category A||82.00 €|
|Category B||70.00 €|
|Category C||54.00 €|
Schoenbrunn Palace New Year's Concerts
The Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra performs special concerts on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
|Category VIP||136.00 €|
|Category A||96.00 €|
|Category B||79.00 €|
|Category C||64.00 €|
All prices are total prices, including all taxes and statutory fees. We do not add any booking fees or shipping charges.
|Audio-CD Schoenbrunn Palace Concerts||15.00 €|
The orchestra’s repertoire consists mainly of works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss. The Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra Vienna emphasizes a classical Viennese-style interpretation of the pieces it plays and excels in interpreting the works of classical Viennese composers and Viennese music with a subtle and individual touch, always adding that special „Viennese“ note.
In the first part, you will listen to selected overtures, arias and duets from the operas of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The most popular operetta arias, waltzes and polkas of the "Walzerkoenig" Johann Strauss – from "Die Fledermaus" and "Der Zigeunerbaron" to "Donauwalzer" and the famous "Radetzkymarsch" - comprise the second part.
Works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Die Entführung aus dem Serail" K 384, Overture: Presto - Andante - Presto
"Le Nozze di Figaro" K 492, Overture: Presto
"Der Schauspieldirektor" K 486, Overture
"Die Zauberflöte" K 620, Overture: Andante - Allegro
"Die Zauberflöte" K 620, Duet Papageno – Papagena: „Pa, pa, pa ...“
"Le Nozze di Figaro" K 492, Duet Susanna - Figaro: „Cinque Dieci“
"Don Giovanni" K 527, Duet Don Giovanni - Zerlina: „La ci darem“
"Don Giovanni" K 527, Duet Zerlina - Leporello: “ Per queste tue manine“
"Le Nozze di Figaro" K 492, Duet Graf - Susanna: „Crudel, perchè finora“
"Così fan tutte" K 588, Duet Guglielmo - Dorabella: “ Il core vi dono“
Symphony in A Major, K 201: 4th movement, Presto
Symphony No. 36 (Linzer), K 425: 4th movement, Presto
Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K 550: 1st movement: Allegro molto
Symphony No. 35 (Haffner), K 385, 4th movement: Presto
Symphony No. 38 (Prager), K 504, 3rd movement: Presto
Symphony No. 34 in C Major, K 338, 3rd movement: Allegro Vivace
Symphony No. 39 in E-flat Major K 543, 4th movement: Allegro
"Don Giovanni" K 527, Aria of Don Giovanni: "Deh vieni alla finestra"
"Le Nozze di Figaro" K 492, Aria of the Figaro: "Non più andrai, farfallone amorosa"
"Die Zauberflöte" K 620, Aria of Papageno: "Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen"
"Don Giovanni" K 527, Aria of Leporello: "Madamina, il catalogo è questo"
"Le Nozze di Figaro" K 492, Recitative and Aria of Susanna: "Giunse al fin il momento"
"Le Nozze di Figaro" K 492, Canzonet of Cherubino: "Voi che sapete"
"Così fan tutte" K 588, Aria of Fiordiligi: "Come scoglio immoto resta"
"La finta giardiniera" K 196, Recitative and Aria of Sandrina: "Dove son"
"Die Zauberflöte" K 620, ballet music
"Idomeneo" Re di Creta K 367, Gavotta
Dances from "Don Giovanni" K 527, Menuetto - Gavotta – Salterello
"Eine kleine Nachtmusik" K 525, Menuetto
Works of the Strauss family
Overtures"Eine Nacht in Venedig" (1883), Overture "Die Fledermaus" (1874), Overture "Der Zigeunerbaron" (1885), Overture "Waldmeister" (1895), Overture
Soprano arias"Die Fledermaus" (1874), Couplet of Adele: "Spiel ich die Unschuld" "Die Fledermaus" (1874), Couplet of Orlovsky: "Ich lade gern mir Gäste ein" "Wiener Blut" (1899), Aria of the countess: "Grüß dich Gott du liebes Nesterl" "Indigo" (1871), Waltz: "Ja so singt man nur in Wien"
"Künstlerleben" Waltz op. 316
"Kaiserwalzer" op. 437
"Accelerationen" Waltz op. 234
"Mein Lebenslauf ist Lieb und Lust" Waltz by Josef Strauss op. 263
"Frühlingsstimmen" Waltz op. 410
"Wein, Weib und Gesang" Waltz op. 333
"Die Schönbrunner" Waltz by Josef Lanner op. 200
"Wiener Blut" Waltz op. 354
"Rosen aus dem Süden" Waltz op. 388
"An der schönen blauen Donau" Waltz op. 314
"Ohne Sorgen" Polka by Josef Strauss op. 271
"Csàrdàs" Ballet piece from "Die Fledermaus"
"Auf Ferienreisen" Polka schnell by Josef Strauss op. 133
"Der Zigeunerbaron" (1885), Couplet of Barinkay: "Als flotter Geist"
"Der Zigeunerbaron" (1885), Song of Zsupan: "Ja, das Schreiben und das Lesen"
"Der Zigeunerbaron" (1885), Court song of Homonay: "Her die Hand es muß ja sein"
"Eine Nacht in Venedig" (1883), Song of the Earl: "Ach wie so herrlich"
Polkas, galops, marches
"Auf der Jagd" Polka schnell op. 373
"Im Krapfenwaldl" Polka francaise op. 336
"Champagnerpolka" Polka francaise op. 211
"Leichtes Blut" Polka schnell op. 319
"Èljen a magyar" Polka schnell op. 332
"Vergnügungszug" Polka schnell op. 281
"Tritsch Tratsch" Polka schnell op. 214
"Tik Tak" Polka schnell op. 365
"Freikugeln" Polka schnell op. 326
"Ägyptischer Marsch" op. 335
"Banditengalopp" op. 378
"Bahn frei" Polka by Eduard Strauss op. 45
"Unter Donner und Blitz" Polka schnell op. 324
"Wiener Blut" (1899), Duet Count - Countess: "Wiener Blut"
"Ein Walzertraum" by Oscar Strauss (1907), Duet Helene - Niki: "Leise, ganz leise klingt's durch den Raum"
"Die Lustige Witwe" by Franz Lehàr (1905), Duet Hanna - Danilo: "Lippen schweigen..."
"Ein Walzertraum" by Oscar Strauss (1907), Duet Franzi - Niki: " Komm her Du mein reizendes Mädel"