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Viennese Advent — The Advent Concert by the Wiener Symphoniker at St. Stephen's

Vienna, Stephansdom — main

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About the Event

Experience classical advent music like never before in this astonishing advent concert at Vienna's remarkable St. Stephen's Cathedral.

The Vienna Advent in St. Stephen's Cathedral is already a tradition in the capital's musical calendar. In 2024, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra will once again be hosting an exclusive Advent concert at St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna. The Viennese Advent is a musical winter journey through European music history that sets the mood for a time of contemplation.

Practical Information

In categories 3 and 4 you do not have a view of the artists. Therefore, for an optimal concert experience, we recommend you to book a higher category.


Orchestra, Soloist: Wiener Symphoniker

The Wiener Symphoniker can look back on an eventful history, an outward sign being the several alterations that its name has undergone. Unforgettable will remain the legendary concert before Pope John XXIII at the Vatican in 1959 as well as the world premieres of such masterpieces as Bruckner’s 9th Symphony, Arnold Schönberg’s Gurrelieder, Ravel’s Piano Concerto for the Left Hand and Franz Schmidt’s The Book with the Seven Seals. During the First World War, the orchestra was saved from being disbanded only by a fusion with the Vienna Tonkünstler Orchestra, founded in 1913. In 1944 however, the orchestra’s activities came to a halt for eight months.


The Stephansdom (St. Stephen´s Cathedral), constructed in the 12th century, is a Viennese landmark. The present-day building incorporates Romanesque and Gothic styles, and stands on the site of two earlier churches. 23 bells hang in the Stephansdom's towers - the most famous is called 'Pummerin', and is the second-biggest church bell in Europe. One highlight of the Stephansdom is its tiled roof, intricately ornamented in richly-colored mosaics that outline Vienna's coat of arms. Visitors can climb up the North or South Tower to take a closer look at the stunning roof and enjoy the view of the city. The cathedral's catacombs - the resting place of approximately 10000 souls - are another must-see. Classical music frequently adds to the magic of the Stephansdom, with those featuring the music of Vivaldi and Mozart attracting the largest crowds.


Stephansdom, Stephansplatz 1 , Vienna, Austria — Google Maps

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