Vienna at ist best: Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery Schoenbrunn unites everything that makes the city of Vienna special: masterful music, courtly traditions and royal history. The doors of Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery, where Mozart himself once played, open every night to welcome lovers of classical music. The Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra Vienna awaits you for an enchanting evening of music, singing and dancing.
The Schoenbrunn Palace Orangery, an imperial venue offering all modern-day amenities, provides the perfect grand setting fort he Schoenbrunn Palace Concerts. Even Mozart liked the Orangery: in 1785, he conducted the world premiere of his music drama ‚The Impresario‘ here at the Orangery. In 1786, a musical competition between Mozart and Salieri, which was to make music history, also took place here at the Orangery. In the carefully renovated concert hall, a protected monument, you will enjoy extraordinary music with sophisticated acoustics and a fantastic view oft he Orangery garden.
The Schoenbrunn Palace Orchestra Vienna captivates ist audiences with ist precise and accurate interpretation oft he masterworks of Mozart and Strauss. Lively polkas, dremy waltzes, cheerful arias: the varied program offers a careful selection oft he Viennese music that is beloved worldwiede. The program changes daily.
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Two enchanting opera singers and the Schoenbrunn Palace Ensemble will take you on a musical journey to “Old Vienna”.
The classical musical performance of the renowned Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra and Schönbrunn Palace Ensemble, accompanied by vocalists and ballet dancers, captivates the audience each and every evening.
As preventive measure to contain infections through the Corona virus (Covid.19), the Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs based on the decree of the Federal Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection is immediately closing the state rooms of Schönbrunn Palace for guests until 13 April 2020! Therefore no concerts will take place from 16 March up to and including 13 April 2020!