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Concerts at the Mozarthaus
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Reviewed December 9, 2018 via mobile

The four ladies of the mozart quartet were excellent! The management of the event could have been better- the room is unadorned and uneventful and the aperitivo at the break offers bad champagne at a fee - not very chic for such a lovely evening of music.

Date of experience: December 2018
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ThMozart, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at Concerts at the Mozarthaus, responded to this reviewResponded January 21, 2019

Thank you very much for your review.

The Colloredo Hall is not as sumptous as the Sala Terrena, but it offers very good acoustics and a nice intimate atmosphere for chamber music.

The Sala Terrena will be renovated until the end of March 2019.

Best regards,
Your Concerts at the Mozarthouse-Team

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Reviewed December 8, 2018 via mobile

The concert venue is not easy to find, we spent a good 30 mins trying to find it and even my phone maps didn’t help nor did the staff in the Mozarthaus museum which is completely separate. It is through an archway with a 7 above on the street opposite a bank, that looks like it leads into a courtyard that also comes out on the back of the tea haus. We were lucky we gave ourselves plenty of time and exchanged our online booking for the actual tickets well beforehand so we knew where we going. The venue itself was very disappointing. We wanted to do a Mozart concert whilst we were in Vienna and I researched it well. I picked this one as it was where Mozart played even if only for 6 months also for the frescoes, small venue and atmosphere. I’d read about others getting the plain room as the main room was being renovated but the renovations were due to be finished in November as per an official on the TripAdvisor forum. When I booked in November via Viator and TripAdvisor there was no mention of the renovations and the photos showed the ornate room with the quartet sitting on a raised platform in their period costumes. We went 7th December and got the plain room with the quartet sat the same level as the audience, so if you were sat at the back it would have been harder to see. The room was a huge disappointment for us and also for an Austrian gentleman sat next to me who had bought it for his wife as a birthday present. The other annoying matter was a photographer who was taking photos throughout the concert of the room, the audience, the quartet. At one point even one of the musicians told him to move away. It was very off putting. Photography and filming were not allowed by the audience. There were also over 100 people crammed into the room 6 rows of 16 and then more squeezed down the sides. They seem to have taken the opportunity to squeeze more in and make more money, compared to the circa 50 audience quoted in reviews for the fresco room. Dress code even though said smart casual on the booking ranged from long sequinned dress to jeans and T-shirt. The performance itself was very good but because of the room and photographer not 5 stars.

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed November 18, 2018

We bought tickets 2 months in advance but were disappointed to find out the day before the event, that the performance was cancelled. This left us no time to find other options as most were already sold out. The venue should realize the impact to travelers that may only get to Vienna once in their lives.

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed September 29, 2018

I am not a classical music fan, but the music selections and the musicians make this time & money well spent. It was beautiful. Yes, the room was all tourists, but the musicians and venue overcome this. One downer: I paid for 'A' tickets (front row), but when we arrived 10 minutes before show time we were seated in 'C'. I assume that the pushy tour guides took all of rows A&B. I wasn't going to toss an American tourist fit. Point is, get there early enough to claim your spot.

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed September 8, 2018

The music was absolutely incredible and the musicians were so talented and animated. We were so disappointed to learn the original venue was under renovation and we were moved into a plain white room. We had booked in advance and had no knowledge of this change. I feel they could have worked harder to find a space more worthy of the performance.

Date of experience: September 2018
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