Tickets for the Wiener Residenzorchester in Wien, Austria

The Vienna Residence Orchestra offers daily traditional classical concerts with the world famous music of W.A. Mozart and Johann Strauss at the most beautiful historical locations in Vienna. The orchestra is accompagnied by a couple of ballet dancers and opera singers, performing in costumes of the period.

Street Auerspergstrasse 1, A-1080 Wien, Austria. See map
1 hour and 3o minutes approximately
18:30 h y 20:15 h
SKU: entrada-auditorio-wiener-residenzorchester-viena
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Tickets for the Wiener Residenzorchester in Wien, Austria

  • Category A: 45 €/each
  • Category B: 55 €/each
  • Category VIP: 65 €/each
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Vienna Residence Orchestra, a Viennese chamber orchestra with long tradition was founded to perform the music of the “Wiener Klassik” (Viennese Classic) in its purest form.  The numerous concert series this orchestra has performed in the last decades have taken place at some of the most beautiful palaces in Vienna. The program consists of the most famous and beautiful works by W.A. Mozart and the Johann Strauss Dynasty, played by anything from 8 to 40 musicians. The orchestra is accompagnied by renowned opera singers and ballet dancers.

In 1991 the orchestra was appointed the official representative of the City of Vienna in the festivities commemorative the bicentenary of Mozarts death and has also performed a number of concerts at the “Vienna International Festival”.
One of the best orchestras of Vienna´s music world will take you on a journey through time back to the days of Imperial Vienna.


 Overtüre to «The Marriage of Figaro»

 Papageno – Papagena, Duet from «The Magic Flute»

 Divertimento D-Major KV 136, 1. Movement

 Violin Concerto G-Major, 2. Movement

 Duet from «Don Giovanni»

 Turkish March

 Aria from «The Marriage of Figaro»

 «Cat’s Duet»


 Emperor’s Waltz

 Eljen a Magyar, Polka

 Aria from «The Gypsy Baron»

 Tick Tack Polka

 An Artist’s Life

 Csardas from «Ritter Paszmann»

 Viennese Blood, Waltz

 Blue Danube Waltz

 Radetzkymarch


Palais Auersperg

The Rosenkavalier Palace – it stands – just as one would expect – in Vienna, and bears exactly the same name as on 8th October 1777: Palais Auersperg (Auersperg Palace).
On that day it was purchased by Prince Johann Adam Auersperg, some 50 years after it had been built by master builder Giovanni Christiano Neupauer, according to plans by the legendary Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach. The original owner was a certain Hieronymus Capece de Rofrano who´s name immediately transports us into Richard Strauss´ opera “Der Rosenkavalier” (The Cavalier of the Rose)! Octavian de Rofrano, the cavalier at the court of the great Austrian Empress Maria Theresia, the gallant suitor with the silver rose, actually existed!
In the house of the Rofranos, money was of no object. Everything was of the highest quality – especially the music. In fact, the palace itself was, to quote one of its most famous visitors, “one of the most beautiful chords in the symphony ‘Vienna’”. Since this visitor was no other than the great Robert Stolz, it has to be admitted that this opinion came from a competent judge. Music was always the invisible hub of the palace, long before Richard Strauss wrote his opera with a Rofrano as the hero.
Palais Wiener Börse (Vienna Stock Exchange)

When Vienna’s Ringstrasse was erected in place of the old city walls, the Vienna Stock Exchange found a new home in one of the monumental buildings along this unique city boulevard. The building was designed by the father of historicism, Baron Theophil von Hansen, and was built during the years 1870 through 1877 in the typical Viennese style with the clean, austere lines of the Renaissance.


Wiener Konzerthaus

In 1890, the first ideas for a “Haus für Musikfeste” (House for music festivals) came about. The idea of the new multi-purpose building was to be more interesting to the broader public than the traditional Vienna Musikverein. In addition to the concert hall, the first drawings by Ludwig Baumann for the Olympion included an ice-skating area and a bicycle club. In an attached open air area, 40,000 visitors would be able to attend events. The drawings were not accepted. However, today an ice skating area is situated right next to the building. The Konzerthaus was finally built between 1911 and 1913. The building is about 70×40 meters and had originally three halls (“Großer Saal”, “Mozart-Saal” and “Schubert-Saal”), in which there can be simultaneous concerts, since they are sound-proofed.


• Full refunds are available until one week before the day of the concert. Thereafter a cancellation fee of 50% will be payable.

• Groups of 20 or more may change their number of persons in their booking until noon on the day of the concert without charge. Cancellations made after this time must be paid in full.

• All bookings and cancellations must be received in written form.


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