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Concertos na Fortaleza de Salzburgo: Dia de Ano Novo com Jantar

Salzburgo, Fortaleza Hohensalzburg — Burgsaal

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Sobre o Evento

Comemore o dia de Ano Novo no belo Castelo de Hohensalzburg com um concerto festivo.

Experimente um jantar selecionado de 3 pratos ou um jantar VIP ou um jantar VIP GOLDEN na mundialmente famosa Fortaleza de Hohensalzburg, no alto dos telhados da cidade, no Restaurante Panorama e, em seguida, desfrute de um concerto de Ano Novo no histórico salão do castelo intitulado "Ein musikalischer Spass" com a Orquestra de Câmara Mozart de Salzburgo. Após o concerto, a cidade de Mozart estará a seus pés à noite, tornando a noite uma experiência inesquecível e um ponto alto da sua visita a Salzburgo.

Este concerto faz parte do "Best of Mozart Festungskonzert" (Concerto da Fortaleza de Salzburgo), e é amplamente considerado como uma das mais importantes séries de música de câmara do mundo. Músicos altamente qualificados e solistas reconhecidos internacionalmente oferecem excelentes interpretações das obras de W. A. Mozart e Strauss.

O concerto oferece não só uma experiência musical da mais alta qualidade, mas também a atmosfera especial da Festung Hohensalzburg, com 900 anos de idade. É a imagem de marca da "Cidade Mozart" de Salzburgo e a vista da cidade e da paisagem circundante a partir da sala de concertos é incomparável.

Informações Práticas

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Mesas individuais para o jantar no Restaurante Panorama!
A sua mesa será atribuída de acordo com o número de pessoas reservadas.

Atenção: só é possível pagar com cartão no Restaurante Panorama (exceto Amex).

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Categoria 1:
- Teleférico da fortaleza (subida e descida)
- Jantar (excluindo bebidas)
- Concerto de Ano Novo na Fortaleza de Hohensalzburg (bloco lateral — lugares numerados, filas 1‐7)

Categoria 2:
- Teleférico da Fortaleza (subida e descida)
- Jantar no Restaurante Panorama (excluindo bebidas)
- Concerto de Ano Novo na Fortaleza de Hohensalzburg (bloco lateral — escolha livre de lugares a partir da fila 8)

- Festungsbahn (Berg‐ und Talfahrt)
- Jantar VIP (exkl. Getränke)
- Neujahrskonzert (Mittelblock — nummerierte Plätze Reihe Reihe 1‐3)
- Abendprogrammheft
- 1 Glas Sekt in der Konzertpause

Golden VIP (só às 18 horas):
- Festungsbahn Berg‐ & Talfahrt
- Aperitivo VIP
- Jantar VIP
- 1 Flasche 0,375 l Rot‐ oder Weißwein / 1 Flasche 0,33 l Mineralwasser / 1 Kaffee
- Orchesterkonzert (Mittelblock — nummerierte Plätze Reihe 1‐3)
- Abendprogrammheft
- 1 Glas Sekt in der Konzertpause

The concert hall at Hohensalzburg Fortress is unfortunately not accessible for people with limited mobility. Visitors must ascend approximately 100 stairs to access the Golden Hall.


Categorias 1 e 2
Salzburger Jourgebäck com duas pastas de barrar diferentes
Consommé de carne de vaca com bolinhos de massa
Peito de frango alimentado com milho sobre arroz de legumes com molho de frutas
Sobremesa Mozart

Categoria VIP
Salzburger Jourgebäck com duas pastas de barrar diferentes
Sopa de vinho branco com amêndoas Marcona torradas
Costeletas de vaca da região cozinhadas em sous vide com puré de ervilhas e batata trufado e tomate de Roma grelhado
Truta dourada de Salzburgo "à Müllerin" com batatas com alecrim
"Bolinhos de Salzburgo"

Temos todo o gosto em servir um menu vegetariano a pedido.
Por favor, manifeste este desejo ao pessoal de serviço durante a noite.


  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Selected works
  • Antonín Dvořák – Selected works
  • Johannes Brahms – Selected works
  • Johann Strauss – Selected works
O programa está sujeito a alterações


Orquestra: Mozart Kammerorchester Salzburg

Festung Hohensalzburg

Hohensalzburg Fortress is a key Salzburg landmark, and the largest completely-preserved castle in Central Europe. Built atop the Festungsberg in 1077, 506 metres above sea level, the fortress has never been conquered. Renovated in the late 19th century, it became a major tourist attraction with the construction of the funicular in 1892. Visitors can also choose to reach the fortress on foot, enjoying the breathtaking panoramic views from the hill. The main attractions inside the fortress are the magnificent princely chambers - the Golden Hall, Golden Chamber, and the Bedchamber. Featuring medieval decorations, gothic wood carvings, lavish stucco, tapestries and ornate paintings, the interior variety underscores the fortress' long history. A venue straight from a fairytale, the Festung Hohensalzburg regularly hosts classical concerts that are well-known throughout Europe.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Perhaps the most important composer of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was an Austrian composer of the late 18th century. Born in 1756 in Salzburg, he showed prodigious musical talent from childhood. Beginning at five years of age, he composed more than 600 works, including concertos, symphonies, religious works and operas before his premature death at the age of 35. Hi influence over successive generations cannot be overestated - Ludwig van Beethoven wrote of Mozart "posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years”. Despite the immense success of his compositions, and the acclaim he received across Europe, Mozart achieved little financial security and rwas buried in an unmarked grave in Vienna's St Marx Cemetery.

Antonín Dvořák

Antonin Dvorak is considered to be one of the most well-known and prominent Czechs in the world, as his musical work gained international recognition already during his lifetime. He was born in 1841 in a small Czech village into a butcher’s family. At the age of 6, Dvorak started taking violin lessons and it immediately became obvious that the boy had exceptional talent in music. Later in life, he was learning to master piano and organ as well as simultaneously working in a slaughterhouse. After Dvorak turned 16, he was admitted to the Organ School in Prague that trained future professional composers. After graduating, he stayed in Prague, joined Karel Komzak’s orchestra and started actively composing his own music. However, he struggled to make ends meet and always had to work on the side by playing music in churches and giving private music lessons. Finally, 1874 became a turning point in his life when he won a financial grant from an Austrian Prize competition for his 15 submitted works. This allowed him to quit the orchestra and devote himself fully to composing. During this period, he wrote his Slavonic Dances, Moravian Duets and Violin Concerto, which brought him sweeping success. In 1892 he was invited to teach at the New York National Conservatory, where he stayed until 1895 before returning home. He started teaching at the Prague conservatory and later became its director. Until his death in 1904, he had been a successful and well-loved composer, both in his homeland and around the whole world.

Johann Strauss

Johann Strauss Jr., also known as the king of waltz, is the most famous Austrian composer of dance music and operettas. He was born in 1825 in Vienna’s suburbs. Even though his father, Johann Strauss I, was a respected composer, he was totally opposed to his son' secision to dedicate his life to music and wanted him to become a banker instead. Therefore, the boy had to learn to play the violin literally in secrecy. His tutor, Franz Amon, was actually the first violin player of his father’s orchestra. Meanwhile, the young Strauss went to the polytechnic college at his father’s request. In 1844 Johann Strauss Jr. formed his own small orchestra that performed in different casinos and restaurants. But his father, being very influential on the local musical scene, made a lot of effort to get his son’s orchestra banned from playing at popular locations and events. However, this could hardly stop the young Strauss from becoming a success in Austria. After his father’s death, Strauss merged both their orchestras and started touring Austria and nearby countries. He as well as his younger brothers ,who were also composers, basked in fame due to their dance music that sounded so modern and innovative back then. Johann Strauss also travelled to the United States where he beat the record by conducting an orchestra of 1000 people. Until his death in 1899, Strauss was extremely popular thanks to his light and lively music, full of blissfulness, zest for life and enjoyment. His works celebrate nature’s beauty, purl of water, gush of wind and wisper of tree leaves.


Fortaleza Hohensalzburg, Mönchsberg 34, Salzburgo, Austria — Veja no Google Maps

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