The Kursalon Vienna was the place where the waltz gained popularity in the 19th century. It was all because of Johann Strauss, the classical music Maestro who lived and worked in Vienna and achieved his first major success as a concertmaster in Kursalon. Now, with your tickets to the Mozart and Strauss concert and dinner at Kursalon Vienna, you too can indulge in an evening of fascinating compositions by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss in the magnificent setting of the Kursalon.
Enjoy a multi-course authentic Viennese meal at Das Johann, the in-house restaurant at the venue, before you settle down for the evening to listen to some of the most beautiful 19th Century classics, such as 'Der Zigeunbaron,' 'Die Fledermaus,' 'The Marriage of Figaro' and more. Get your tickets to the Mozart and Strauss concert and dinner at Kursalon Vienna for an elegant and wholesome evening.
The Salonorchestra Alt Wien was established in 1999 by Josip Susnjara and Professor Udo Zwölfer, who was the erstwhile principal leader of the Vienna Volksoper Orchestra. The musicians of the orchestra are able to produce a symphonic sound without a conductor, which is a unique and fascinating characteristic. The concertmaster leads the orchestra as the first violinist, emulating the method of Johann Strauss and Josef Lanner. The interaction between players during a concert creates an enjoyable atmosphere that brings the entire house together in spirit, both performers and the audience.
Performers: Salonorchester Alt Wien
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The Kursalon is a building in Vienna, constructed in the mid-19th Century in the style of the Italian Renaissance, located where the Vienna Ring Boulevard meets the green of the City Park. The venue, designed by Johann Garben, was frequented by Viennese society for musical enjoyment. Upon its completion in 1867, the building underwent a change of use. The following year, the venue hosted its first concert featuring works by Johann Strauss.
Address: Johannesgasse 33, 1010 Wien, Austria.
Subway: Subway lines U3 and U4 ply to Kursalon. The closest stations are Stadtpark and Stubentor.
Tram Tram lines 2, 71 or D will get you to Kursalon. Schwarzenbergplatz is the closest station.
Bus: Bus lines 4A, 57A, 59A, 5B, 69A, N25, and N60 can all be used to reach Kursalon.
Available Facilities: Toilets, wheelchair accessibility, service animals allowed, cloakroom, stroller accessibility.
Accessibility: Kursalon welcomes disabled guests and strives to make the show accessible for everyone.
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Champagne-gallop, A little Night Music, Viennese Spirit, The Blue Danube, Bandit-gallop, A Night in Venice, and Rondo alla turca, among others, are some of the pieces that you’ll be able to enjoy at the Mozart and Strauss concert in Kursalon Vienna.
Salonorchester Alt Wien will be performing at the Mozart and Strauss concert in Kursalon Vienna.
There is no specific dress code. However, sneakers, sleeveless shirts, jeans or shorts will not be permitted in the concert hall. Formals are recommended.
Outside food is not allowed at the venue. However, there are cafés or restaurants nearby.
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