About us – Set a sign for the music
Herbert Pixner Projekt

Herbert Pixner Projekt © René van der Voorden (Ausschnitt)

Emmanuel Tjeknavorian

Emmanuel Tjeknavorian © Julia Wesely

Company of Music

Company of Music © Theresa Pewal

Martha Argerich

Martha Argerich © Adriano Heitmann (Ausschnitt)


Alma © Daliah Spiegel (Ausschnitt)

Set a sign for the music!

An initiative of the Wiener Konzerthaus and its members.

Many musicians have had very few or no concerts for months. For almost all of them, this situation is a great emotional challenge, as well as a financial burden. 

Please help us to give a number of artists associated with the Wiener Konzerthaus the opportunity to perform in our halls without an audience. In this way, we want to give some musicians a sign of special respect and support.

Before the possible reopening of the concert halls on January 7, 2021, four extraordinary concerts are to be realized and made available to everybody as a stream on our streaming platform.

To realize this project, we need a total budget of 80,000 euros. Please make a contribution to keep artistic creativity alive during these difficult months!
Simply donate online or by bank transfer to our donation account.

Donation account Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft:
AT69 3200 0001 0031 2264
Of course, this donation is tax-deductible.

All details and programs for the streamings can be found here.

For questions and information, please contact Birgit Zawichowski at zawichowski@konzerthaus.at or +43 124200 316.

Projects of the initiative

Company of Music von Johannes Hiemetsberger 
Johannes Hiemetsberger creates an atmospheric Advent concert with his vocal ensemble "Company of Music".

Herbert Pixner Projekt und ALMA 
The South Tyrolean musician Herbert Pixner and Julia Lacherstorfer with her ensemble ALMA invite you to a charming Christmas evening in the Great Hall.

Martha Argerich und Sophie Pacini 
The support of young pianists is of great concern to our honorary member Martha Argerich, so she will play a piano recital in the Great Hall together with the talented young pianist Sophie Pacini.

January 2021 (date to be announced)
Streichorchester dirigiert von Emmanuel Tjeknavorian 
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian, known to many as violin virtuoso, conducts an ensemble of the finest string players. The program includes Ludwig van Beethoven's Great Fugue in B flat major, op. 133.