- Mobile voucher by email
- Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the concert
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- No booking fees
Duration: 2 hours
- Enjoy a traditional Viennese chamber orchestra perform the works of Mozart and Strauss
- Treat yourself to FREE wine and lemonades
- Discover the Orangery Schönbrunn, where once the emperors held countless celebrations
After booking online, you will receive two emails:
- a Booking Request email will arrive immediately
- a second, separate email with your Booking Confirmation will arrive within 48 hours
This Booking Confirmation is also your voucher, with which you can pick up your tickets at the box office of your chosen event. You can show the voucher on your mobile phone or bring a printed copy.
Please redeem your voucher at Orangery Schönbrunn (Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47, 1130 Vienna / 300m left of the main entrance of Schönbrunn Palace).
We recommend arriving 20 minutes before the start of the event.
Schönbrunner Schlossstraße 47, 1130 Vienna Show in Google Maps
The entrance to the Orangery Schönbrunn is located directly opposite of the metro station U4 „Schönbrunn” (300 meters left from the main gate to Schönbrunn Palace).
After the end of the concert, you can get a taxi at the entrance to the Orangery Schönbrunn. The underground leaves in 5 - 8 minute intervals until midnight.
A wine service with local wines and lemonades is included free of charge!
Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra
The Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra Vienna is a traditional Viennese chamber orchestra, formed in 1994. Besides the concerts at the Orangery Schönbrunn, the orchestra has given many sold-out concerts across the world, including Japan, Croatia, Germany, Sweden, the Czech Republic and Denmark.
The Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra is accompanied by two opera singers, a soprano and a baritone, and two ballet-dancers in authentic costumes.
From 1.November to 23.December and from 2. January to 31. March the concert will be performed by the Schönbrunn Chamber Ensemble, with reduced number of musicians.
The Schönbrunn Orangery was built around 1750. The name reflects the original use of the building as a place where citrus trees were housed during the cold winters. In the 18th century, however, an orangery was not just a greenhouse but a symbol of prestige and wealth, and a venue for concerts and parties.
During many decades, royals and aristocrats enjoyed themselves at lavish parties here at the Schönbrunn Orangery. Emperor Joseph II was especially fond of holding celebrations in the Orangery with festively-decorated banqueting tables, ranks of flowering plants and illuminations in the citrus trees.
It was at the Orangerie Schönbrunn, where the famous musical duel between Mozart and Salieri, took place (Mozart lost).
The Russian Crown Prince, the future Czar Paul, and Emperor Josef II dined at the Orangerie Schönbrunn in the late fall of 1781.
After a thorough renovation in 1997, the former greenhouse was restored to its original beauty. The rear section of the Orangery still serves its original purpose, while the especially elegant front section is used for concerts and all kinds of festivities.
On selected dates, the concerts take place in the White-Gold Room, located in the main building of Schönbrunn Palace. In this intimate setting you can experience the musical performance up close!
We would like to inform you that there will be no ballet performance in the White-and-Gold-Room.
The White-Gold Room is situated on the ground floor of Schönbrunn Palace. With its white-and-gold-panelled walls and varying rocaille décor it is an outstanding example of Rococo craftsmanship from the era of Maria Theresa. During the restoration in the beginning of the 2000s, fragments of the original wooden flooring displaying an elaborate geometric pattern were discovered; the new floor was subsequently based on this historical model.
Concert and Dinner at Schönbrunn
You can combine this classical concert with a first class dinner at Café-Restaurant Residenz in Schönbrunn. Dinner starts at 18:30, the concert at 20:30.
Part One - W.A.Mozart
"Die Entführung aus dem Serail"
"Le Nozze di Figaro"
Papageno – Papagena: "Pa, pa"
Susanna - Figaro: "Cinque Dieci"
Don Giovanni - Zerlina: "La ci darem"
Zerlina - Leporello: " Per queste tue manine"
Symphony in A Major, K 201
Symphony No. 36 (Linzer), K 425
Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K 550
Symphony No. 35 (Haffner), K 385
Symphony No. 38 (Prager), K 504
of Don Giovanni: "Deh vieni alla finestra"
of Figaro: "Non più andrai, farfallone amorosa"
of Papageno: "Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen"
of Susanna: "Giunse al fin il momento"
of Sandrina: "Dove son"
"Die Zauberflöte", ballet music
"Eine kleine Nachtmusik", Menuetto
Part Two - Strauss Family
"Eine Nacht in Venedig"
Wein, Weib und Gesang
Roses from the South
The blue Danube
Polkas, galops, marches
"Auf der Jagd" Polka schnell
"Im Krapfenwaldl" Polka francaise
"Champagnerpolka" Polka francaise
"Leichtes Blut" Polka schnell
"Èljen a magyar" Polka schnell
"Vergnügungszug" Polka schnell
"Tritsch Tratsch" Polka schnell
"Unter Donner und Blitz" Polka schnell
Duet Count - Countess: "Wiener Blut"
Duet Hanna - Danilo: "Lippen schweigen..."
Program subject to alterations
You can cancel your tickets up to 24 hours before the performance for a full refund. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Free choice of seating in the selected category
Only Category VIP:
- Reserved seats in the first rows & a separate VIP entrance to the concert hall
- One wine snack per person as a culinary accompaniment arranged on an elegant cake stand
The cake stand includes: cheese cubes, slices of air-dried Mangalitza sausage, pumpkin seeds & walnuts, house bread, petit fours
- One bottle of wine per person in a wine cooler right next to your concert seat, so that you save some time walking to or queuing at the bar
01.04.-31.10.: Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra
01.11.-23.12. & 02.01.-31.03.: Schönbrunn Palace Ensemble
Christmas / New Year: Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra
On selected dates, the concerts take place in the Large Gallery or in the White-Gold Room directly in the Palace, in the Schönbrunn Palace Theatre or other concert halls in Vienna.
How to dress: there are no specific dress code requirements. An eclectic mix of visitors are often onsite at any given time, so guests dressed casually or formally are not likely to notably stand out. We recommend casual elegant attire.