Classical concerts in the world famous Schönbrunn Palace
☆ Experience a magical evening with classical concert in a royal setting
☆ Enjoy the famous pieces of Mozart & Strauss performed by Schönbrunn Palace Festival Orchestra
☆ Hear the most beautiful overtures, arias, duets and polkas accompanied by two ballet dancers
All categories: Concert ticket
Category VIP: A glass of champaigne or juice during the intermission
About the event:
Schoenbrunn Palace Festival Orchestra awaits you at the Palace Orangery where Mozart himself performed in 1786. The concert is a fine selection of masterful music by Mozart and Strauss, rounded off by dance and vocal performances. Since the establishment of the Schoenbrunn Palace Concerts, the daily performances of the Schoenbrunn Palace Festival Orchestra play an essential role in Vienna's cultural and musical life. At the Orangery Schoenbrunn, a place rich in tradition, the Schoenbrunn Palace Festival Orchestra and the Schoenbrunn Palace Festival Ensemble perform the most beautiful tunes of the classic composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss.
Duration: ca. 1:45 hours (incl. 15 minutes intermission)
Location: Orangery Schönbrunn (on selected days, concerts may take place in the Great Gallery or White and Gold Room of the Schönbrunn Palace)
Dresscode: No specific dresscode required
Public transport: Metro line U4, Schönbrunn station
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Category VIP offers the best seats in first 2-3 rows and a glass of sparkling wine will be served in the interval. Categories correspond to the seating position (VIP: first 2-3 rows, A: front section, B: middle section, C: rear section). Seats within the categories are not numbered.
The large orchestra, together with ballet dancers and singers, performs from April 1st until October 31st, as well as from December 25th until January 2nd. The smaller ensemble (octet) together with ballet dancers and singers, performs from January 3rd until March 31st, and from November 1st until December 23th.
On selected days concerts may take place in the Great Gallery (no ballet performance).