The Churches in Vienna You’ve Got to See for Yourself 2
You’ll struggle to find any other city in the world that has such a vast variety of architecturally diverse churches as Vienna. Not just places of worship, Vienna’s churches are monuments to history, art, architecture and music. While many of them throughout the city allow visitors to explore inside, one of the best ways to fully appreciate these magnificent structures is to attend a classical concert performed there.
Mozart’s infamous Requiem in D minor is a masterpiece shrouded in mystery, making it all the more fascinating, compelling and emotionally stirring. The story of the creation of the work involves a shady commission, numerous composers and a blanket of deceit, purely in the interest of financial gain. It all began in July 1791, when a stranger turned up at Mozart’s door with a slightly odd request.
Antonio Lucio Vivaldi is considered to be one of the best Baroque composers of all time, with a great influence that spread throughout Europe over the course of his life. He was born in Venice, Italy on March 4th 1678 and went on to have an incredibly successful career during which he composed numerous violin concertos, sacred choral works and over 40 operas.