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The Burgtheater runs the 500-seater Akademietheater , which was built between 1911 and 1913.
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The Konzerthaus is a major venue in classical-music circles, but throughout the year ethnic music, rock, pop or jazz can also be heard in its hallowed halls. Up to three simultaneous performances, in the Grosser Saal, the Mozart Saal and the Schubert Saal, can be staged; this massive complex also features another four concert halls.
Students can pick up €14 tickets 30 minutes before performances; children receive 50% discount.