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Concerts at the Mozarthaus

Singerstrasse 7, Vienna 1010, Austria
+43 1 9119077
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Mozarthaus Concert in Vienna at Sala Terrena
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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 beautiful frescos is the oldest concert hall in Vienna, where Mozart himself performed many concerts. The “Mozart Ensemble” will enchant you with a musical program that includes well-known compositions as well as great works of famous composers like Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven, Bach etc. By performing in Austria and abroad, the “Mozart Ensemble” has established itself in the Viennese concert culture and has become an “insider tip” for visitors from all over the world.
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“string quartet” (18 reviews)
“chamber music” (8 reviews)
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Singerstrasse 7, Vienna 1010, Austria
Inner City
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"string quartet"
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"chamber music"
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"intimate venue"
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"front row"
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"mozart house"
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"musical experience"
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"concert venue"
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"musicians performing"
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"mozart lived"
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"outstanding performance"
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"period dress"
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"sound quality"
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"eighteenth century"
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"wonderful concert"
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"beautiful music"
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"second half"
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"amazing experience"
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Reviewed yesterday

We saw an excellent chamber quartet run through compositions by Mozart, Bach, and Hayden in an intimate setting with only 60 people in the audience. Excellent musicianship and setting. Two encores, well-deserved, Performance was just a little over an hour. My only complaint? Uncomfortable seats,...More

Thank LarryJ917
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Excellent chamber group, playing in an exquisite setting. Very small venue, well under 100 seats. Three rows are more expensive, two rows are less.

Thank sfpaula
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

To go to a concert in a place where Mozart once lived was really good. Small performance room with only 60 people, so you could see all the expressions of the performers. Acoustics excellent. Chairs a little firm, but nothing untoward. A great evening.

Thank John W
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was really neat to hear chamber music played in the same room with Mozart himself played. Definitely a treat for a classical music buff! The only negative thing was a group in the back that wouldn't shut up or stop coughing during the performance....More

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Reviewed 12 April 2018 via mobile

As other reviewers mention, this is a small venue. The acoustics are excellent, and it was a pleasure to watch four skilled musicians bring to life the music of Mozart, Hayden and Bach. As an ensemble they played beautifully together. Sitting listening to Mozart’s music,...More

Thank JoannaInSeattle
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Reviewed 19 March 2018

We enjoyed the concert in the lovely Mozarthaus. The venue is intimate rather than going to the large theatres. The music was well played and very enjoyable.

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Thank lesleysnowwhite
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

We visited on March, 9 on our second day is Vienna. Acoustic was perfect and performance was great. However it was quite cold in the hall.

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Thank Kristina Z
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Reviewed 10 March 2018 via mobile

It’s a tourist trap: 1 hour of bad playing Mozart music for 50€! It’s a SHAME! And it’s not the real mozart house so double trap. You can find a better place to listen to Mozart’s music.

Thank Caro D
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Reviewed 8 February 2018 via mobile

Me and my family were very lucky can do the online buy the ticket for christmas eve concert. The string quartet was fantastic, the music is so authentic, and the mozarthaus is beautiful for the classic music and mozart lover

Thank mariocbernardo
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Reviewed 27 January 2018

We wet to this concert on New Years eve. Could not think of a better way to enter the new year that this. The room is small, only catering for about 60 people and we are close to the orchestra but that was the amazing...More

Thank Michael M
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and the vast compound of Hofburg, the Habsburgs’
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Nazar S
19 May 2017|
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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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Barbara H
10 February 2017|
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Response from Craumozart | Property representative |
Dear customer. We are in the city, near the St. Stephen's Cathedral They are taxis from the river, its no problem. Only 10 minutes away. Or you can walk about 15 minutes from Schwedenplatz. Greetings.
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The concert takes one and half hour. Regards
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