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Vienna Concerts & Opera

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Mozarthaus Vienna: Entry + Summer Concert

Available Tuesday, 11 Jun
  • Audio guide
  • Duration: 1h
  • Live guide in English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Chinese
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Gil,  United States United States
21 Mar 2024
Concert was excellent. Selection of music was very nice and the musicians performed flawlessly. Seats in the upstairs gallery were less than desirable unless you sat in the front row.
Mozart & Vivaldi`s "The Four Seasons" in the Musikverein
William ,  Canada Canada
15 Apr 2024
The interior of the church is unbelievably beautiful.
The music was wonderful and inspiring.
Loved every minute of it.
Classic Ensemble Vienna
Stavros,  Canada Canada
07 Jan 2024
Amazing seats! The performance was great! Would recommend to anyone getting tickets to watch this performance! Only thing was the map did not correspond with the actual address!
Mozart & Vivaldi`s "The Four Seasons" in the Musikverein

About: Vienna Concerts & Opera

Vienna is known for its rich musical history and is home to many world-renowned concert halls and opera houses. Some of the most popular venues for classical music concerts and opera performances in Vienna include the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera), the Musikverein, and the Kursalon.

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