Vienna Mozart Orchestra - Schedule, Program & Tickets

Vienna Mozart Orchestra

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Minors from 5 up to 18 years and ISIC card holders up to 27 years get tickets with a discount. Please consider that discounted tickets are only valid with personal presentation of a photo ID or with personal presentation of the valid ISIC card (International Student Identity Card).

Should no valid identity card be presented for admission, the access to the hall will be denied, at least the difference to the regular ticket price is paid on the spot.

For children under 5 years old is permittion not allowed.


Vienna Mozart Orchestra was founded in 1986 by musicians from the best and most famous Viennese orchestras and from various chamber music ensembles.

The artists all shared the aim to preserve the musical tradition and the cultural heritage of Vienna by dedicating themselves to the cultivation and representation of symphonic chamber music of the Viennese Classical Period.

As the name Vienna Mozart Orchestra implies, the 30 musicians devote themselves exclusively to the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the most accomplished representative of that period who, though born in Salzburg, found his home in Vienna. The orchestra’s repertoire ranges from all of Mozart’s symphonies to a great variety of his instrumental concertos (for violin, piano and wind) to arias and duets from his most famous operas.

The special attraction of the orchestra is the Viennese MOZART Concerts performed in historical costumes. The choice of the setting, the program, the authentic costumes and wigs, the enthusiasm of all these young musicians and not least the typical Viennese atmosphere, all contribute to create an ambience which makes the audience feel as though they have stepped back to the end of the 18th century.

At that time it was very common just to play single movements of symphonies or parts of different concertos alternating them with operatic arias or duets. For those “Musical Academies”, as concerts were called at that time, orchestras tried to provide maximum enjoyment for the audiences by setting up their programs of only the most popular pieces of various composers.

Today the Viennese MOZART Concerts represent one of the highlights of the Viennese musical events and are an important part of the cultural and artistic life of the Austrian capital. The concerts take place in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein, the Brahms Hall and in the Vienna State Opera, Vienna's biggest and most famous concert halls.


The repertoire of the Vienna Mozart Orchestra includes more than 100 works by the great master of the Viennese classical era Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

The concerts are performed in the style of 18th century “Musical Academies” at which it was usual to perform single movements from his many symphonies and solo concertos, as well as overtures, arias and duets from his best-known operas.

The favorite works by Mozart are performed at every concert!

In Vienna music is at home: the Musikverein.

The Musikverein was inaugurated by Emperor Franz Joseph in 1870.

Since then the Golden Hall in the Musikverein is known by friends of music all over the world, not only because of the annual worldwide broadcast of New Year’s Concert by the Vienna Philharmonics, but also for being permanent seat of the Vienna Philharmonics and main stage of the Vienna Mozart Orchestra.

The Golden Hall fascinates the concert guests being a unique architectonic and acoustic master piece.

The Golden Hall in the Musikverein is air-conditioned.

Vienna on the top: the Vienna State Opera House

The Vienna State Opera House was opened in 1869 with a gala performance of Mozart's "Don Giovanni". Since that time, it has been one of world's leading and most famous opera houses. Great musicians have held the post of director, among them Gustav Mahler, Richard Strauss, Herbert von Karajan, Karl Böhm, Lorin Maazel and many others.

The Vienna State Opera House is equipped with air-conditioning.

Vienna traditional and modern: the Konzerthaus

The Wiener Konzerthaus was completed in 1913 during the reign of Emperor Franz Joseph and thoroughly renovated from 1998 to 2000. Today it is the seat of the Viennese Symphony Orchestra, which plays many concerts there throughout the year.
Important festivals such as the Viennese Music Weeks "Wiener Festwochen" take place in the Konzerthaus.

The Konzerthaus is equipped with all modern technical convenience , such as air-conditioned.


Enjoy classical music at its best and exquisite cuisine with our packages and let us pleasure you with an unforgettable evening in Vienna!

Mozart VIP Ticket
This package includes:

- Gourmet menu (four-course meal, drinks not included)
- at the restaurant Opus (Hotel Imperial) at 6:00 pm
- Fiaker drive from the restaurant Opus to the concert hall
- 1 best category ticket for the Vienna MOZART Concert
- 1 glass sparkling wine or an orange juice
- an opportunity to talk to the performers
- 1 programme
- 1 CD of the Vienna Mozart Orchestra
- Attendance by a Mozart page

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