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Christmas Tree Konzerthaus © Andrea Humer

Give a gift of music!
»Schenken Sie Musik«

In recent months, we have sorely missed it - the direct experience of music in the context of live concerts. It will be a gift when the attendance of inspiring concerts is possible again. Because music lives on, against all odds. Why not make a gift of music to your loved ones or yourself - with concert house vouchers. Our vouchers are full of anticipation of fulfilling concert experiences, are transferable, individually redeemable in installments and valid for thirty years.

In addition, we have put together a great-sounding package for you: "Schenken Sie Musik", which includes thirteen attractive concerts, carefully selected from our diverse range of programs with top-class artists - the choice is yours!

Martha Argerich & Sophie Pacini © Julian Baumann

Celebrating New Year's Eve at home with Martha Argerich and Sophie Pacini

The last day of 2020 brings us a completely different New Year's Eve concert than all the years before: the grande dame of the piano, Martha Argerich, and Sophie Pacini, one of the most exciting pianists of the young generation, will perform an exclusive concert evening from the Great Hall of the Wiener Konzerthaus. Sophie Pacini shares an intimate personal and artistic friendship with Martha Argerich, who has since become her mentor. The two pianists will fill our digital concert hall with festive splendor with four hands and works by Mozart and Liszt.

Martha Argerich and Sophie Pacini
Thursday, 31/12/20, 8:00pm

Interruption of concerts and events to the 24th January 2020

According to the current COVID-19 Protection Measures of the Austrian Government, all events are prohibited from occurring to the 24th January 2021. The team of the Wiener Konzerthaus will make every effort to verify the possibility of alternative dates with the customers of all affected concerts.

Click here to find current information concerning ticket booking.

Ticket- & Service-Center

Due to the current situation, the Ticket- & Service-Center is closed until further notice.

Frequently asked questions can be found here.

You can contact us
from Monday to Friday from 10am – 2pm
by e-mail ticket@konzerthaus.at
or by telephone +43 1 242002.

On public holidays, the Ticket- & Service-Center is not available for contact.

Spanish Harlem Orchestra © Jerry Lacay

Spanish Harlem Orchestra »Anniversary«

Wednesday, 17. March 2021, 07.30 PM

Ian McEwan © Joost van den Broek (Ausschnitt)

Ian McEwan / Angela Hewitt

Friday, 21. May 2021, 07.30 PM

Jazzmeia Horn © Jacob Blickenstaff

Jazzmeia Horn

Friday, 21. May 2021, 07.30 PM

Souad Massi © Jean-Baptiste Millot

Souad Massi

Thursday, 27. May 2021, 09.00 PM

Benefiz-Galakonzert 2020 © Lukas Beck


Großer Erfolg bei Benefiz-Galakonzert für die Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

von Wiener Konzerthaus
13.10.2020 um 11:26 | Publiziert in: Allgemein

Die Freude war sichtlich groß – im Publikum, auf der Bühne und auch hinter den Kulissen. Beim gestrigen Benefiz-Galakonzert, das für die Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft veranstaltet wurde, genossen neben vielen prominenten Gästen auch die Auftretenden, wie Piotr Beczała, Valentina Naforniță, Miriam Kutrowatz, Rudolf Buchbinder und der neue Chefdirigent der Wiener Symphoniker Andrés Orozco-Estrada, die Lebendigkeit des Konzertgeschehens im Wiener Konzerthaus. Und genau hierum ging es an diesem Abend: Um auch weiterhin eine tragende Rolle im innovativen Konzertleben dieser Stadt spielen zu können, ist die Institution auf Hilfe angewiesen. Rund 310.000 Euro Erlöse aus Kartenverkäufen und Spenden, die verbunden mit diesem Konzert getätigt wurden, tragen entscheidend dazu bei, die Autonomie und die Qualität der Veranstaltungstätigkeit des privaten Vereins aufrechtzuerhalten. 

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© Julia Wesely

Latest information about the Coronavirus

The Wiener Konzerthaus is closely monitoring the current information situation regarding COVID-19 coronavirus infections, which have also been observed in Austria. We are in constant contact with the authorities.

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