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Music in Vienna

Vienna and music are inextricably linked; it is known as the capital city of music, after all! From Viennese classic through the Strauss waltzes to the Viennese modern and current Austropop. Hear more about Sound of Music and the Sound of the City.



Vienna, the City of Music

Many of our Habsburg rulers were musical or at least patrons of music at court. Countless famous composers and musicians worked in Vienna: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert. At the beginning of the 20th century Gustav Mahler radically reformed the style of opera and Arnold Schönberg developed the twelve-tone music. On nearly every corner of Vienna you will find the history of musicians and their music.

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

On the Trail of Mozart -
The Life and Work of a Genius

The Mozart 'brand' is worth 5 billion euros and he is probably the most famous composer of all time - but who was this child prodigy whose talent was pushed by his ambitious father from a very early age? How did he spend his last ten years in Vienna and what is the truth behind the rumours that he was murdered when he was not even 36 years old?

Our recommendation: about 2 hours

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Alla Spieldiener
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

Ludwig van... Reloaded

The deaf composer of musical art. The classic that actually was a romantic. The King of the Muses and misanthrope.
We go on an exploration trip through the city of Vienna where Beethoven spent most of his life. From his early years through his heyday to his death. On request, we can also visit the current exhibition in Heiligenstadt (Beethoven Museum Probusgasse).

Our recommendation: about 90 minutes

Book now:  
> Tatjana Henfling
> Wolfgang Horak
> Tanja Rosenberger
> Alla Spieldiener
> Christine Triebnig-Löffler
> Katharina Trost
 

 

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