Schönbrunn Palace: Christmas Market and Concert
About the Event
Take in the festive atmosphere at the Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, and experience a delightful performance of music by Mozart and Strauss and receive an additional culinary voucher, redeemable at all gastronomic stands of the Schönbrunn Palace Culture and Christmas Market.
In the first part of the concert, enjoy overtures, arias, and duets from the most famous operas of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Well‐loved operetta arias, waltzes, and polkas by Johann Strauss comprise the second part of the performance. Two opera singers in authentic Baroque costumes join the instrumentalists to offer a charming and entertaining performance.
A variable selection of musical works from the repertoire below will be performed
Since the time of the Habsburgs, the Schönbrunn Orangery was a place of musical and artistic festivities. During one of these events, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Antonio Salieri competed in a musical contest at court, a contest still considered unique in music history. On some concert dates, the event will be held in other attractive and festive locations at Schönbrunn Palace, including the stunning 'Grosse Galerie' and the Palace Theater. You will receive the precise hall information at the box office.
Formal evening dress is not necessary.
VIP category only: a glass of sparkling wine or sparkling orange at our concert bar and a CD per person
We would like to inform you that there will no ballet performance in these concert venues.
The culinary voucher includes: 1 'Häferl', 1 hot drink & 1 meal
On the day of the concert, you can exchange your Classictic e‐ticket for the culinary vouchers and the concert tickets at the reservation centre at Schönbrunn Palace Orangery from 10:00 am.
Christmas market opening hours:
19 November to 23 December | 10.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.
24 December | 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
25 December to 4 January | 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Special offer (Early Bird) from 20.10.2022 to 11.11.2022: 10% discount (not on 24.12./25.12./31.12./01.01.)