An Evening of Classical Music in Vienna - in Vienna - LikeALocal Guide

An Evening of Classical Music in Vienna


34 EUR

Experience a musical evening in the heart of Vienna at the enchanting St. Peter's Church. Hear the Classic Ensemble Vienna perform in one of the most beautiful venues in the world!

Duration: 1 hours
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  • English
We spent a wonderful hour or so in the most magnificent church listening to a spectacular quartet last Sunday. Neither of us are classical experts but the choice of works were first class and wide ranging so enabled us to sit back and be immersed in a world of times gone by!
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  • Sit and enjoy the wonderful vaults of the Baroque St. Peter's Church
  • Listen to an evening of classical music by some of the city’s finest musicians
  • Enjoy a musical trip through time

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St. Peter's Church is the most lavishly decorated baroque church in Vienna, built between 1701 and 1733 based on the plans of Lukas von Hildebrandt.

These days it is home to the Classic Ensemble Vienna which puts on regular performances of the works of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Vivaldi and more.

Not only is this the chance to hear the very best live classical music – but also to experience it in one of the most charming venues in the world.

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What’s included & not included

  • Concert tickets
  • Programme
  • CD
  • Transport
  • Food and drinks

Meeting point

main entrance of the St. Peter (Petersplatz, Vienna, Austria)

Reviews from travellers (5)


Mozart Ensemble, Singerstrasse 7, 1010 Wien
This is a classical music presentation that should not be missed. It takes place all year on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. 19:30 hour on Thursday, Friday and Sunday. 18:00 hour on Saturday. The location is a short distance from U-Bahn station Stephensplatz line 1. I was very impressed because it is a very intimate concert with about 50 chairs. You are up close and personal. It takes place in the house of Mozats first apartment in Vienna. It is the oldest concert hall in Vienna where Mozart performed. Instruments played by the quartet were two violins, one viola, and one Cello. Selections included Mozart, Schubert, Haydn, and Beethoven when I attended. If you miss this concert, you are missing a gem.
Just right amount of music
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