Vienna Supreme Concerts at City Palace Billrothhaus

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You are wished a warm welcome in Vienna, the city of dreams and romance, the world’s capital of music and birthplace of the Viennese waltz. Immerse yourself in the delightful Viennese music, be enchanted by its elegant waltzes, its refreshing polkas and its many romantic arias and duets. Experience works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Schubert and, of course, the Strauss Dynasty, the masters of operetta. Let the “Vienna Supreme Orchestra” and its soloists offer you a truly magical evening where you can experience the happiness, optimism and flair of this wonderful city. Excellent education, international concert experience and Viennese spirited interpretation give the “Vienna Supreme Orchestra” a special Viennese touch which is always in pursuit of musical perfection. Come enjoy an unforgettable 1.5-hour concert in the beautiful Billroth Palace in Vienna city center area. Capacity is 280 guests.
Admission is at 7:45pm and the program begins at 8:15pm.   The Billrothhaus was built during the reign of His Majesty Kaiser Franz Josef. It was designed by the architect Ludwig Richter and inaugurated on 27th of October 1893, as shown on a plaque on the richly ornamented niche beside a bust of the emperor on a wall in vestibule. The building is city Palace in the palatial style of the neo-Renaissance. It features a splendid “Festsaal”, Festival Hall on the first floor, which is reached by a magnificent ornate staircase or an elevator, installed at a later date. The Festival Hall with its richly decorated ceiling and walls, enhanced by a wealth of statues just above the balcony transports us back to the imperial times. The house obtained its actual Name in 1919 as it was named after Theodor Billroth, president of the Society of Viennese Medical Doctors. As it houses the most extensive library, reading and meeting rooms, it has continued to be the seat of the Medical Society until today. Program Highlights:  The Bat (Die Fledermaus) The Sound of Music The Magic Flute Turkish March a.k.a Rondo Alla Turca The Blue Danube Waltz The Radetzky March The program concludes at 9:40pm.

What’s included

  • Admission ticket
  • Live entertainment
  • Cloakroom

What’s not included

  • Concert's Program
  • CD of the Performance
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
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