Vienna Residenz Orchestra - Schedule, Program & Tickets

Vienna Residenz Orchestra

Authentic Viennese music, Viennese classicism, Viennese waltz, Viennese sound, Mozart, Strauss and Viennese operetta in the highest order - that is the hallmark of the orchestra!

The Vienna Residence Orchestra, a chamber orchestra with a long tradition, was founded by pianist and conductor Paul Moser and wife Sylvia Moser in order to present the Viennese classics in full. The numerous concert series in recent decades were presented in Vienna's most beautiful palaces. The orchestra plays pieces from Mozart to Johann Strauss with between 10 and 40 musicians. 1991 the orchestra was the official Austria representative at Mozart's anniversary celebrations and played numerous concerts at the festival "Wiener Klangbogen".

Highlights from the repertoire:

W. A. ​​Mozart
Overture to "The Marriage of Figaro"
Papageno - Papagena, Duet from the
"The Magic Flute"
Divertimento in D major, K. 136, 1st movement
Violin Concerto in G major, 2nd movement
Duet from "Don Giovanni"
Turkish march
Aria from "The Marriage of Figaro"
"Cat Duet"

Johann Strauss
Kaiserwalzer
Eljen a Magyar, Polka
Aria from "The Gypsy Baron"
Tick ​​Tack Polka
Csardas from "Ritter Paszmann"
Wiener Blut, Waltz
Donauwalzer
Radetzkymarsch

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Viennese Classics

The Vienna Residence Orchestra, a chamber orchestra with a long tradition, was established by the pianist and conductor Paul Moser and his wife Silvia Moser in order to present the Viennese classics in their full glory. A great number of events in recent decades have been presented in Vienna’s most beautiful palaces. The orchestra plays pieces from Mozart to Johann Strauss with between 10 and 40 musicians. In 1991 the orchestra was the official Austrian representative at Mozart’s anniversary celebrations and played numerous concerts at the “Wiener Klangbogen” festival.


Vienna Sound

In 1992 world-famous Rudolf Nurejev became the orchestra’s first guest director. Nurejev was quickly seen throughout Europe with the Vienna Residence Orchestra and was met with sensational success. Significant European artists were guests alongside the Vienna Residence Orchestra: Rainer Küchl, The Vienna Philharmonic’s concertmaster, star tenor Jochen Kowalski, conductors Arild Remmereit, Giuseppe Lanzetta, Herbert Roggenburg, besides many others. The Vienna Residence Orchestra is a guest of internationally renowned festivals. The stops on the way to a successful, global career have included: Paris, Berlin, Rome, Venice, Ravello, Deauville, Athens, the Budapest National Opera, Varese, Montevideo, Mexico, Brussels, Salzburg and the Vienna Music Association. Today the Vienna Residence Orchestra is one of the world’s best chamber orchestras which perform globally as soloist with leading orchestras around the globe.


Viennese Music

Under the musical leadership of Prof. Christian Pollack and guest conductors Robert Lehrbaumer, Gerhard Lagrange, Daniel- Hoyem Cavazza and Mag. Zoltán Janikovic, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra plays concerts every day in the most beautiful Viennese palaces: in small and large groups, with famous opera singers, ballet dancers and musical delights that match the appropriate seasonal theme. The VRO’s Mozart and Strauss concerts are one of the cultural highlights of any journey to Vienna.


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