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26 May 2017
“Breathtaking concert venue”
11 Oct 2016
“A great venue for concerts!”
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Schwarzstrasse 26, Salzburg 5020, Austria
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Reviewed 26 May 2017

Was lucky enough to be able to get tickets to a sold out show (there is a ticket office nearby where you can buy tickets that are turned back in) during Mozart Week. The show by the local symphony orchestra was amazing (the conductor played...More

1  Thank TarheelTraveler9198
Reviewed 12 October 2016

We attended a youth symphony concert in this venue and it was luxurious. The music was wonderful, the accoustics were intense, the auditorium was elegant. It was really a great evening. Visitors should look for concerts to attend in this venue.

Thank Lisa P
Reviewed 28 August 2016

Given the opportunity to attend a concert in the Stiftung Mozarteum be sure to do so. This was the opulent setting for the Mozart-Matinee concert we attended while in Salzburg. The Salzburg Bachchoir was conducted by Adam Fischer.

1  Thank Jomara42
Reviewed 19 August 2015

The acoustics here are wonderful and the venue not too big. Attend a concert here if you can. You wont be disappointed.

3  Thank Ted1955
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Learn all about this genius who died at an early age and was not really acknowledged until after his death.

2  Thank twebb51
Reviewed 28 December 2014

... go to the Mozarteum and sit in on the frequent student recitals. Just go to the modern,main building behind the Hotel Bristol and see what events are posted onthe kiosks in the lobby. You'll be treated to young talent strutting their stuff...free, and in...More

6  Thank schvitzNewYorkCity
Reviewed 8 November 2014

Hight qualificated students, professors, stuf and excellent conditions. Great beautiful halls and wonderful concerts.

4  Thank 3APACTPO
Reviewed 7 October 2014

It is university of the city connected to Mirabell palace. While you are enjoying the flowers and status in Mirabell palace garden, you will see buildings of University in front. It is modern construction but interesting with without window architectural concept. Have a seen while...More

Thank mustdent
Reviewed 15 August 2014

We attended two concerts here as part of the Salzburg Festival Both were wonderful The hall is good but it is the atmosphere, everyone dressed up even for the matinee and the quality of the performers is fantastic We loved our visits to this famous...More

4  Thank Rowan R
Reviewed 23 July 2014

We're not exactly huge classical music fans. But still it was worth a visit, though as others have mentioned it felt a bit overpriced after the visit. Decent audio guide and signage describing the exhibits. They could make it a little more interesting for kids...More

Thank Arnab B
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