The Vienna Mozart Orchestra performs at Vienna's legendary venues, such as the Golden Saal of Musikverein, the Vienna State Opera and the Great Hall of Konzerthaus. Read more >
The Vienna Mozart Orchestra
Founded back in 1986, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra consists of 30 musicians, among them members of the Vienna Philharmonic and Vienna Symphony orchestras. In order to recreate the baroque atmosphere of 18th century Vienna, the musicians are dressed in period costumes.
Opera singers from the Vienna
State Opera or Vienna Volksoper perform much-loved arias from Mozart's operas.
The Vienna Mozart Orchestra was founded with the aim to preserve and cultivate the musical tradition of Vienna, with a special dedication to the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The concerts in Vienna take place from May until the end of October, four times a week.
In winter, the Vienna Mozart Orchestra is on tour. The orchestra has visited Japan eight times, and opened the 1991 Mozart Year in Tokyo. Further tours have taken the orchestra to USA, Canada, Malta, Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Spain, Greece, Morocco, Brazil, Panama, Turkey, Guatemala, Mexico, Ukraine, Cyprus, Singapore, Korea, Taiwan.
The Vienna Mozart Orchestra has recorded several CDs:
Golden Hall of Musikverein
The Golden Hall is where Vienna
New Year's Concert is held every year. The concert hall is known for its
visual beauty and impeccable acoustics.
Brahms-Saal of Musikverein
Brahms-Saal is considered
to be the perfect concert hall for chamber music.
With its green walls, red columns and plenty of gold, Brahms-Saal looks like a little tresasure chest. The interior of the room is held in the style of "Greek Renaissance", just like the rest of the buiding and of course the Golden Hall.
Vienna State Opera
The Vienna State Opera is the premiere opera and classical music venue in Vienna. The oper house was opened on May 25, 1869 with Mozart's Don Giovanni.
During WW II the Vienna opera was bombed. After the war the opera house exterior was rebuild as it had been.
The Vienna Konzerthaus was completed in 1913 during the reign of Emperor Franz Joseph and thoroughly renovated from 1998 to 2000.The Konzerthaus is a major venue in classical music circles.