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Concerts at the Mozarthaus

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The „Concerts in Mozart’s House“ take place in the house of Mozarts first apartment in Vienna, now the monastery of the “German Teotonic Order”. Mozart lived and worked here for Archbishop Colloredo in the year 1781. The "Sala Terrena" with its...more
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We bought tickets 2 months in advance but were disappointed to find out the day before the event, that the performance was cancelled. This left us no time to find other options as most were already sold out. The venue should realize the impact to...More

Thank Doug B
Reviewed 29 September 2018

I am not a classical music fan, but the music selections and the musicians make this time & money well spent. It was beautiful. Yes, the room was all tourists, but the musicians and venue overcome this. One downer: I paid for 'A' tickets (front...More

Thank kcwaldo
Reviewed 8 September 2018

The music was absolutely incredible and the musicians were so talented and animated. We were so disappointed to learn the original venue was under renovation and we were moved into a plain white room. We had booked in advance and had no knowledge of this...More

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Reviewed 3 September 2018

Skilled string quartet presented a mixture of familiar and not so familiar chamber works in an informal, intimate second floor salon. We enjoyed our front row/A tickets, but if you want to save 20€, you will be satisfied with B tickets. The musicians wear period...More

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Craumozart, Inhaber at Concerts at the Mozarthaus, responded to this reviewResponded 5 September 2018

Thank you very much Mr. Thomas. Claudio Bentes

Reviewed 19 August 2018

The chamber music was very nice but the venue was not as seen. Performance in plan room, white walls nothing else. If not for the extreme heat (no AC or fans) you would not know you were in a place that perhaps dated to Mozart.

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Reviewed 8 August 2018

I loved this intimate concert... there were about 30 folks and everyone seemed delighted. The musicians were amazing !!!

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Thank ef1888
Reviewed 25 July 2018

In an historical small room with experienced musicians, and also highly respectful audience. A must-go experience in Vienna.

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Thank andrewliu1118
Reviewed 22 July 2018

If you prefer an evening of chamber music and are an ardent admirer of the genius of Mozart, this is the perfect place. Claudio is the first violinist and also the event organizer. Ably supported by Judith on the second violin, Gusztav on the viola...More

Thank Cacofonix99
Reviewed 18 July 2018

We really enjoyed this short concert of a talented strings quartet at the Sala Terrena. When in Vienna, one is bombarded with ticket sellers to more "touristy" concerts in large venues. I felt this was much less touristy, in an intimate & breathtaking setting. Seats...More

Thank MichR66
Reviewed 11 July 2018

The most memorable experience of our European trip. Do not miss it. Performance was terrific! May, 2018.

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mistycat12
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Response from Craumozart | Property representative |
The Sala Terrena will be renovated from the 19tn of July until the end of November 2018. Best regards Your Konzerte im Mozarthaus-Team
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Response from schnaxxl | Reviewed this property |
nothing to worry about the musicians are togged-up in period costume and I'm sure they're glad people come to hear great music in a lovely intimate space, however they come
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