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Viennese Culture

Mozart in Vienna

Mozarthaus © Mozarthaus Vienna/David Peters

Discover Mozart in Vienna!

More than 200 years after his death Mozart's fame is still uncontested. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s biography is closely linked to the city of Vienna. In his last 10 years, his Viennese years, Mozart busily composed some of his masterpieces. Vienna, to quote Mozart, is the best place in the world for his metier.
Till today, Vienna has kept its musical traditions alive. Every year, a wide selection of concerts, exhibitions and festivals attract music afficionados from all over the world. Excellent institutes and universities see to the education and advancement of young talents, local and international ones.

Mozarthaus Vienna:
At his apartment in Domgasse 5 Mozart has lived for some happy and prolific years composing "The Impesario" and "The Marriage of Figaro" among other major works. Read more...

Mozarthaus Vienna, A-1010 Vienna, Domgasse 5

Staging of Mozart's operas and concerts:
Mozart's masterpieces are staged and performed throughout the year at the State Opera House, at the Volksoper or at the Theater an der Wien.
There are concerts specialising on Mozart's oeuvre at famous Musikverein, Vienna Konzerthaus, Schoenbrunn Palace Concerts, Palais Auersberg, Vienna Boy's Choir, Vienna Mozart Orchestra and and and.

Plan your trip and book your mozert opera or concert ticket online and in advance!

Cost-free open-air film festival in front of Vienna city hall pretty much yearly shows Mozart operas or concert nights during the summer!

Conduct the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra:
At the 'Haus der Musik' (House of Music) you can try out your conducting skills!
Thanks to modern technology you can get insights into Mozart's conducting technique and 'work' on your own. You can also add sounds to "A Little Night Music" and take home your remix on CD!
But that's only one attraction in a fascinating museum on sound and music... get your ticket online and in advance!

Haus der Musik, A-1010 Vienna, Seilerstätte 30

Requiem autography at the National Library:
The requiem is the last and unfinished masterpiece of Wolfang Amadeus Mozart. The autograph is one of the most valuable pieces in the collection of the Austrian National Library. Also at the National Library: first edition of "The Magic Flute" and of "La Clemenza di Tito" as well as complementary information and portraits!
However: enquire in advance which part of their collection is on display.

Austrian National Library, A-1010 Vienna, Josefsplatz 1

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