Arnold Schönberg Center
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The Burgtheater runs the 500-seater Akademietheater , which was built between 1911 and 1913.
03, Schwarzenbergplatz 6 · interesting places nearby
Arnold Schönberg Center information
This brilliant repository of Arnold Schönberg’s archival legacy is a cultural centre and celebration of the Viennese school of the early 20th century honouring the Viennese-born composer, painter, teacher, theoretician and innovator known for his ‘Method of composing with twelve tones which are related only with one another.’ The exhibition hall hosts intimate classical concerts, which in-the-know Wiener flock to.