Mozarthaus Vienna Summer Concert with Museum Entry

This one-hour piano concert is the perfect way to experience Mozarthaus Vienna, Mozart's only remaining apartment in Vienna. You will enjoy the concert in the historic vaulted Bösendorfer Hall, which is now part of a museum about the composer. Spend your time before or after the concert with a self-guided walk through the museum, learning all about Mozart's life and his time in the city itself.

At Mozarthaus Vienna, visitors can explore Mozart's only surviving apartment in Vienna, where he lived from 1784 to 1787 and composed more music than anywhere else. Around this apartment, a comprehensive presentation of the times in which Mozart lived and his most important works, which covers an exhibition on three levels, awaits Mozart fans, young and old, coming from all over the world. The exhibition focuses on the years that this great composer spent in Vienna, which represented the pinnacle of his creation.

The unusual baroque vaulted ceiling in the second basement of the Mozarthaus Vienna has been transformed with great architectural sensitivity that perfectly combines old and new into a remarkable multi-purpose event venue and provides the perfect setting for concerts in an atmospheric private. It's right here that you can hear some of Mozart's best compositions during the one-hour summer concert.

Program for summer concerts:

I shot the nights of Figaro, KV 492:

Overture (for piano)
Klaviersonate (Alla Turca) in A-Dur, KV 331
Rondo in D-Dur KV 485
Circle in F-Dur KV 494

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