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Schonbrunn Palace Concert

  • Tickets to an evening concert at Schonbrunn Palace
  • Listen to Mozart and Strauss in the Schonbrunn Palace Orangery
  • Ballet dancers and singers accompany the Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra
Schonbrunn Palace Concert
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Category C TicketMost Popular
Tickets in rear of the auditorium for Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra performance. Doors open at 8pm
From $51.52
Category A Ticket
Tickets in front of the auditorium for Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra performance. Doors open at 8pm
From $85.86
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Tickets in middle of the auditorium for Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra performance. Doors open at 8pm
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Soak up the melodies of Strauss and Mozart with a 2-hour concert in one of the world’s most renowned music venues, Vienna’s Orangery at Schonbrunn Palace. Choose from four ticket categories and settle into your seat to hear the works of Mozart and Strauss performed by the Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra. Accompanied by singers, musicians and ballet dancers, the concert comprises virtuosos from top conservatories. Upgrade to a VIP ticket for a glass of sparkling wine at intermission.
What to Expect
Since the reign of the Habsburgs, the Orangery at Schonbrunn Palace has been a cultural epicenter, showcasing fine musical and artistic talent. The great Mozart himself competed in a musical contest here in the 18th century against the imperial court composer Antonio Salieri.
Arrive at the grand concert hall and settle into your seat in either the front, middle or rear, depending on the ticket category selected at time of booking. Listen to the revered Schonbrunn Palace Orchestra perform works from Mozart and Strauss, accompanied by singers and ballet dancers.
Should you choose to upgrade to VIP seating, you will be treated to a glass of sparkling wine at intermission.
Reviews (306)
1 - 5 of 18 reviews
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Music is fine, accommodation not so good.

The presentation was magnificent. The music and arias were splendid and of great variety. The accommodation was disappointing. The floor of the hall is flat. The seating is segregated into three classes. Those at the back see in section C very little. The chairs are...More

Date of experience: November 2018
10  Thank Geoffrey S
Reviewed January 15, 2019 via mobile
Lovely Evening

An evening of Strauss and Mozart from top notch musicians and vocalists in a beautiful setting. Worth every penny.

4  Thank neillbarker
Reviewed January 11, 2019
Predictably delightful

So lovely to enjoy an essentially Austrian concert in the company of an audience of all ages; a rarity to see so many young faces at similar events in Australasia. Classical music is still alive and kicking in Europe!

Date of experience: July 2018
2  Thank CHRISPYBayOfIslands
Reviewed January 7, 2019
New Years Eve Mozart

We went for New Years and loved it, well, I loved it. The kids were wiped out form the days sightseeing and fell right to sleep. They awoke on occasion to familiar music, but not for your average kid (21, 18 & 13). I loved...More

Date of experience: January 2019
3  Thank MiamiTony
Reviewed January 3, 2019 via mobile
Beware the Meal Deal

What a dreadful experience when having an overpriced set meal. A taste less consumee. Followed by overcooked beef slices swimming in a wine sauce with potato compote and a few tiny tomatoes. There were no options!!!! Pity the vegans or gluten intolerant. Pity anyone who...More

8  Thank GeoffS376
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December 10, 2018|
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Response from John B | Reviewed this property |
The seating is first come first serve within your category. Because of the dance and singing part of the concert we were very happy that we purchased the "A" tickets. VIP has the first two or three rows but they are not... More
Tubney T
August 11, 2018|
Response from John B | Reviewed this property |
One enters from the back. So if you want to leave early and not disrupt sitting in the back would be best. Of course they are the worst seats.