Classical Concert in Vienna's St. Anne's Church: Mozart, Beethoven, or Schubert

Classical Concert in Vienna's St. Anne's Church: Mozart, Beethoven, or Schubert
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$34.12
Duration: 70 minutes
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Step inside one of Vienna's most beautiful baroque buildings–the 'Annakirche' (St. Anne's Church)–for an evening of live chamber music. Each 1-hour concert is performed by a talented string quartet, and the music varies between Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert — all three of whom lived and composed in Vienna during some point in their careers. Take a seat and admire the church's stunning architecture, then appreciate the impressive acoustics once the music starts. 

Dress to impress and make your way to the Annakirche (St. Anne's Church) in central Vienna by 8:30pm from April to September, 7:30 pm from October to March and 8:00pm from April 2019 onwards and take a seat inside one of the city's most beautiful baroque buildings. Depending on the evening, listen to an hourlong concert of selected works by Mozart, Beethoven, or Schubert.

The music is played on period instruments, by renowned musicians studied at some of Europe's finest music academies. Take in the sounds of the live string quartet as they perform works by three masterful composers; each of whom lived and worked in Vienna during some point in their careers. At the end of the hour, make your way back from the church, having experienced something truly unique—chamber music played in the venue for which it was originally composed.

Step inside one of Vienna's most beautiful baroque buildings–the 'Annakirche' (St. Anne's Church)–for an evening of live chamber music. Each 1-hour concert is performed by a talented string quartet, and the music varies between Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert — all three of whom lived and composed in Vienna during some point in their careers. Take a seat and admire the church's stunning architecture, then appreciate the impressive acoustics once the music starts.