Vienna Mozart Concert at the Golden Hall

Vienna Mozart Concert at the Golden Hall

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See a concert at one of Vienna’s finest concert halls and listen to magical works by Mozart and Strauss. Performed by the Vienna Mozart Orchestra in period costumes, venues include the landmark Golden Hall of the Musikverein.

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Duration 2 hours
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  • Enjoy a concert by 30 famous musicians from Vienna Mozart Orchestra
  • See international opera singers and soloists
  • Listen to overtures, arias, and duets from Mozart´s most famous operas
  • Take in a performance of The Blue Danube and Radetzky March by Johann Strauß
  • See magnificent costumes and wigs from the Baroque period
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Enjoy a superb concert of Mozart and Strauss classics at one of the city’s most venerable concert halls. During this entertaining and stylish evening, you will see a performance by the renowned Vienna Mozart Orchestra. Founded in 1986, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra is composed of frequent participants at the concerts of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Vienna Symphonic Orchestra, as well as other prestigious Austrian ensembles. Beside its worldwide touring history, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra is well known for holding Mozart concerts in Vienna in period costumes, enriching the musical life of the city. Listen as 30 exceptional musicians, 2 internationally renowned soloists, and 2 opera singers from the Vienna State Opera and Vienna’s Volksoper, present a well balanced concert program in the style of the musical academies from the late 18th-Century. Directed by star conductors, the incomparable acoustics and impressive architecture of these beautiful Viennese concert halls make for an unforgettable evening.
  • Anniversary CD by the Vienna Mozart Orchestra
  • Program
  • Wardrobe
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  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
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  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You must present one of the following: proof of full vaccination, proof of first vaccination administered at least 22 days ago, proof of a Covid-19 infection in the past 6 months, a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before the activity starts, or a negative rapid test taken no more than 48 hours before the activity starts

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    "Wiener Musikverein" Bösendorferstraße 12

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    • Dress code: formal/black tie
    • Exchange your ticket any day before the concert at the office of the orchestra and skip the ticket line in the evening. Exchange at Kärntner Straße 51/3rd floor open daily from 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
    • Tickets can also be collected from the box office (Abendkasse) in the evening from 7:15 PM
    • Discounts available for children 5 - 18 years and students up to 27 years old only with an International Student Identity Card (ISIC). No other student IDs accepted. Discount tickets can be collected only while submitting a valid photo ID, if you fail to produce the valid documentation the price difference to the full rate must be paid on location, with no refund possible
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    4.5 /5

    based on 998 reviews

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    The concert was excellent, our seating was terrible, couldn't see well

    The concert itself was excellent., the orchestra, singers and conductor were all very good. Unfortunately, we could hardly see anything from where we were sitting. We were right in the corner behind a statue and had to stand most of the time. Also although the dress code was supposedly a formal/black tie event nearly everyone in there were dressed very casually with jeans and trainers. We could have gone more casually too and not packed extra formal clothes in our suitcases that we didn't need. Just write 'no dress code' so people know, like they do for other concerts I checked out!!

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    September 30, 2019

    Excellent concert. However, It came as a surprise that jackets are not allowed in the concert hall. Further, there is a charge of 0.85 euro for depositing the jackets at the wardrobe counters. I think this should be made known at this website or at the ticket office. We did not know until we were stopped at the entrance and we have to fight the madness and long queue to deposit our jackets and queue again to get to the entrance of our section. When we reached inside, there were many who had their jackets on. Apparently, this rule is not enforced for all. This part is really annoying.

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    September 9, 2019

    Great concert but bad audience

    The concert was excellent, and it is the most important thing. But, the information from GYG, that concern to dress code/black tie, were absolutely incorrect. The most of people was in everyday clothes or in shorts and t shirts for the beach. Within the audience, there were some very young kids who disturbed others with crying, coughing and temper tantrum. Also, exchanging tickets at the box office, that was demanded through GYG from 3 till 5 o'clock p.m., was not possible until 7 p.m.

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    July 2, 2019

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