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Antonio Vivaldi 4 Seasons Karlskirche: Tours & Tickets

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Vivaldi died in Vienna on July 28th 1741. He was buried just a few meters from Charles Church at "Spitaler God's Acre". 12 musicians are playing on period instruments and with harpsichord.
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Kreuzherrengasse 1, Vienna 1040, Austria
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Kalrskirche is baroque magnificence spoilt by scaffolding supporting internal money making lift to visit the frieze. 4 Seasons concert was great, though right at the back in Tier 3 seats, we could hear perfectly and still see soloists. Performance is abut 1:10 and was padded
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Only about 75 minutes but well worth it very accomplished musicians using period instruments - excellent acoustics. Recommend purchasing tickets in advance to avoid the queues- no refreshments available inside.
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Karlskirche is an impressive building and the Vivaldi 4 Seasons concert was most enjoyable. Reserve your tickets directly online and you will receive a souvenir CD of the concert by the Orchestra 1756. Tenor Nicholas Spanos has a most impressive voice and range.
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We are no cultural experts, but as we were in Vienna we wanted to do something different. This didn’t disappoint, the setting was stunning, the music spectacular and overall an must do value for money experience. We had middle tickets but got there early (7.45) and had a good
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A must see. No words can describe the talent and hard work from these amazing musicians. Acoustics were fantastic in this beautiful church. We enjoyed every second
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