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Vienna Hofburg Orchestra: Mozart and Strauss Concert

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Vienna Hofburg Orchestra: Mozart and Strauss Concert

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Enjoy an evening of culture and music in Austria on this 1.5-hour Hofburg Orchestra Mozart and Strauss concert in Vienna. Take your seat in the Vienna Imperial Palace and settle in for your evening’s classical music entertainment. Listen as the Vienna Hofburg Orchestra’s 40 professional musicians bring to life some of your favorite classical music scores. Hears works by famous composers such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Gaetano Donizetti and Johann Strauss. Enjoy lilting solos from soloists of international renown, and admire the Imperial Palace’s grand interior and impressive acoustics.
  • Enjoy a classical music concert by Johann Strauss and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in the wonderful atmosphere of Vienna's Imperial Palace (Hofburg)
  • Listen to international vocal solo artists presented by the Vienna Hofburg Orchestra in Viennas most beautiful concert halls
  • Experience an unforgettable evening in Vienna with compositions by the King of Waltz Johann Strauss son as well as arias of operas by W.A. Mozart
  • Explore the representation rooms of the Imperial Palace
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Departure Point

The Hofburg, Michaelerkuppel, Vienna 1010 Austria
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Check-in is 30 minutes prior to concert start
  • Main concert location is Vienna Hofburg (Redoutensaal). At certain dates, the concerts take place at different locations. The organizer will give you clear information about the location of your concert when your booking is confirmed. Possible locations are: - Redoutensaal: Hofburg (Imperial Palace) 1010 Wien, Josefsplatz - Zeremoniensaal: Hofburg (Imperial Palace) 1010 Wien, Heldenplatz - Konzerthaus: 1030 Wien, Lothringerstraße 20 - Gartenpalais Liechtenstein: 1090 Wien, Fürstengasse 1
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travelers can participate
  • OPERATED BY Vienna Residence Orchestra

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Learn more about cancellations.

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What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Vienna Hofburg Orchestra: Mozart and Strauss Concert?
The policies on face masks and attendee health are:

  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
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What is the policy on sanitization during Vienna Hofburg Orchestra: Mozart and Strauss Concert?
The policy on sanitization is:

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
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What is the social distancing policy during Vienna Hofburg Orchestra: Mozart and Strauss Concert?
The policy on social distancing is:

  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
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28 Reviews

Reviews by Viator travelers

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Very Enjoyable Concert
Roger M
, Oct 2019
The concert was in Zeremoniensaal, a beautiful room. Most music was by Strauss, with a few pieces by Mozart, Lehar, and others. Two singers and two dancers performed with some of the music. The concert ended with "The Blue Danube" and the "Radetzky March," as did every concert we attended in Vienna! This was an excellent concert.
We showed up for a tour 17 taxi plus...
William G
, Nov 2017
We showed up for a tour 17 taxi plus the lost fees for the tour and were sent away because we did not have our passports in our possession. On the 3rd page, in the middle of the third paragraph, without emphasis/bold type, instructions to bring your passport was listed. We lost the money for the tour, were away from the hotel early AM and not too appreciative of you or your vendor for slipping in this tidbit like lawyers with the fine print. I doubt we will utilize your services again as you are a go between and a careless one at that. For your info, we have already begun planning our trip to Scotland and have not looked your way for assistance.
It was not what I expected. I paid...
Tammy K
, Oct 2017
It was not what I expected. I paid extra money for seats towards the front. We arrived 30 minutes early as stated, however the seats in the front were occupied. The seats were general admission and up front upgrades was false advertisment. The venue didn't showcase the dancing. We couldn't see any of the dancing other than their upper bodies. The music selection was a disappointment. Gunshots, anvils, and whistles are not what I want to hear when I attend an orchestra concert in Vienna. This concert is not the one to attend if you are looking for an elaborate musical composition from the orchestra.
This concert was magnificent! The...
Nancy M
, Oct 2017
This concert was magnificent! The musicians were of the highest caliber, and it was evident that they really enjoyed performing together. The program featured not only beautiful orchestral music by Mozart and Strauss, but also included performances by two wonderful opera singers and two excellent dancers. There were even some light-hearted moments woven into the concert as well, which made the evening truly delightful. Initially I had been disappointed to learn that the performance that evening was to be held at the smaller venue of the Vienna Konzerthaus rather than at the Imperial Palace, but as it turned out, the more intimate setting proved to be even better! I had purchased the higher priced tickets, and we arrived before the doors opened. Since the ticket voucher did not contain seat numbers, we were shown in and asked if we wanted to sit in the very front row! What a thrill that was! No one should miss attending a classical concert while visiting Vienna, and this is truly one of the best!
A great night and well worth the...
peter d
, Sep 2017
A great night and well worth the price. About 400 people in the theatre and the orchestra and soloists were great. Unless you're a fanatic, there's no need to pay for the more expensive seats.
If you are new to classical concerts...
Charles S
, May 2017
If you are new to classical concerts as we were this is a great introduction. A selection of, primarily Strauss and Mozart, with excerpts from opera, ballet, concertos, waltzes. polkas, etc. in an amazing concert hall.
Highly recommended the Hofburg...
Jane S
, Dec 2016
Highly recommended the Hofburg Orchestra and singers at the Mozart/Strauss concert on the evening of Christmas Day.
Wonderful evening in an amazing venue...
, Oct 2016
Wonderful evening in an amazing venue. Rollicking fun.
Music was beautiful. Gave us a chance...
, Sep 2016
Music was beautiful. Gave us a chance to visit the Imperial Palace too.
It was the highlight of the whole...
, Sep 2016
It was the highlight of the whole trip. The orchestra was great and the singers superb in an appropriate setting.

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