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Wiener Hofburg - Orchester

Auerspergstrasse 1 | Josefsplatz, Vienna 1080, Austria
+43 1 5872552
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Vienna Hofburg Orchestra: Mozart and Strauss Concert
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The Vienna Hofburg Orchestra presents classical concerts by Johann Strauss and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart featuring international vocal solo artists in Viennas most beautiful concert halls. The concerts are held three times a week every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from May until mid October and additional every Wednesday from June to September. The program features the most famous waltz and operetta melodies by the "King of the Waltz" Johann Strauss, Franz Léhar and opera arias by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
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Auerspergstrasse 1 | Josefsplatz, Vienna 1080, Austria
+43 1 5872552
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Reviewed 2 September 2017

We recently visited Vienna during a Danube river cruise. It was our first time in this magnificent city. We decided to attend a classical music concert since that seemed to be a "must do" event because the city is the home of so much classical...More

1  Thank Terry R
Reviewed 8 August 2017

a visit to vienna cannot be concluded without visiting the magnificent orchestra. it is probably one of the things you should do in your lofetime

Thank NeoklisStylianides
Reviewed 5 August 2017

What a wonderful way to spend an evening in Vienna listening to a great orchestra play music composed by two of its most famous sons. Many of the pieces selected would be instantly recognisable to people not used to the classics - the Blue Danube...More

1  Thank Diane M
Reviewed 4 August 2017 via mobile

An evening filled with Mozart and Strauss Roughly 300 seats Strings, piano, flute, oboe, clarinets and drum. Ballet dancers and operatic pieces. All well done in a small stage

1  Thank guyeagleskye
Reviewed 26 July 2017

We went to the concert at the Hofburg Palace the evening was spoilt for us by many members of the audience giving no concern to people sitting nearby filming the performance on their mobile phones. It is very distracting and shows a total disrespect for...More

Thank _oliviarm60
Reviewed 27 June 2017

This performance was at the Konzerthaus (very close to the ring). The music was good but as reported elsewhere it is "free seating" (so a mad rush at start) but happily (for us) this wasn't a completely sold-out night. The show is a light hearted...More

Thank skiman202
Reviewed 12 May 2017

There is no way to pre-book your seats at this venue so its a mad rush to get in. We did not feel it was very atmospheric and wished we had gone to a different venue. The orchestra were good enough, quite amusing and had...More

2  Thank Bakerboys2013
Reviewed 20 September 2016 via mobile

The beauty and grandeur of the Hofberg demands some level of etiquette. Sadly, the complete lack of crowd control meant a few people had their arms up the entire time filming and photographing with cameras casting ugly bright blue lights throughout the performance and a...More

1  Thank DubaiRollingstone
Reviewed 24 August 2016

Wiener Hofburg-Orchestra, we were lucky to see them in the Reduuten Hall and had a fantastically enjoyable evening! Having been lucky enough to see a number of international orchestras of superb quality, this wonderful group of musicians are outstanding. Professional, perfection in timing and delivery...More

1  Thank romo229
Reviewed 11 August 2016

Our concert was in the Mozart Room of the Konzerthaus. This is one of the smaller concert halls but all the better for its intimacy and good acoustics. The expensive seats are at the front but I preferred the front of the back set of...More

2  Thank EnglishMohican
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21 June 2016|
Response from Kirsten O | Property representative |
Dear Mrs. res_she, we have no special dresscode for Vienna Hofburg Orchestra concerts! You can attend our concerts as well in casual wear - no problem. :-) In case you have further questions or would like to directly book... More
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14 July 2015|
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Response from Kirsten O | Property representative |
Dear Mr. S., there is no dresscode for our concerts. You may as well dress casual. Best regards Team of Vienna Hofburg Orchestra.
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