One of the most beautiful and lovely buildings in Vienna, and it's quite an accomplishment. Great surroundings as well.
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The city of Vienna never stops playing classical music its part of their tradition . Loved all the music well worth a visit.
During our 1 week trip to Austria, we had the privilege of attending 3 concerts. Here's a few things we learnt along the way. 1) Mozart Quartett @ Salzburg Palace Marble Hall. Beautiful but small room. We paid €38 each for Category 1 assigned seats...More
I hd travelled back by train to Vienna from Istanbul and thenaks to getting an earlier connection in Bucaresti I was in time for a concert although without a ticket. The young lady in the booking office told me that sometimes tickets are returned and...More
We were fortunate to be able to hear the Vienna Philharmonic during our visit to Vienna. They played Brahams' Adademische Fest-Ouverture and his Symphony No. 4 in E minor, opus 98. Both pieces were done is a specular fashion and used the full strength of...More
The Musikverein is also home to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. So when I get an opportunity to go for a summer concert at the Musikverein, I jumped at the opportunity. After all, The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is a legend onto its own. You won’t be...More
A must try when visiting Vienna, especially if the Vienna Philharmonic is in town. The music hall itself is a wonder -- great acoustics. I got a last minute ticket -- a cheap standing room ticket. It was a bit tiring standing the whole time...More
We were lucky to get tickets to this world-renowned establishment. I play the piano, and love classical guitar, but the day we went, Hilary Hahn was playing the violin, and after hearing her perform. I have a new appreciation for violin concertos. Her performance,.with the...More
Went here tonight with a work colleague. The show was in two parts. The first was about 45 min and included a pianist and some great music. The second part (after a 15 min intermission) was 75 min and included two opera singers. Both were...More