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Strauss in the Sofiensäle
DetailsOrchestra: Johann Strauss Virtuosos Venue: Sofiensäle Vienna Address: Marxergasse 17, 1030 Vienna Content: Waltzes, Ballet, Polkas, Singing Compositions: Strauss Admission: 20:00 Begin: 20:30 End: 21:45 Dress Code: NO Seats: 600 Location: City Center Area Maps: Google Maps Airconditioned: YES
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46 - 113 EUR
Concert & Orchestra
From 1850 to 1898, Johann Strauss performd with his orchestra personally more than 200 times in the Sofiensäle, which is now heritage-protected. Experience a unique classical music and dance presentation by the Viennese Johann Strauss Virtuosos in the elaborately renovated concert hall. It has extraordinary acoustics and state-of-the-art technology, as well as air conditioning.
The carefully renovated Sofiensäle concert hall in Vienna is protected as a historic monument and has excellent acoustics and highly modern technology. The hall is fully air conditioned.
In 1838, Franz Morawetz built a Russian-style steam bath immediately adjacent to the modern day Sofiensäle. The bath was named after Archduchess Sophie, mother of Kaiser Joseph I., and expanded over the subsequent few years. The large room in the Sophie baths was used as a swimming baths in summer and from 1848 was also used in winter as a concert hall and ballroom.
The Sofiensäle were renovated in collaboration with the Federal Monuments Office and were able to be used once again for cultural events, exhibitions, corporate events, conferences and meetings from 2014.
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Enjoy the most popular operetta arias, waltzes and polkas of the King of Waltz Johann Strauss and his family. In the first part of the concert you will listen to some marvellous works like the "Champagne-Polka" or "My Dear Marquis". The orchestra will delight you with world-famous melodies, including "Blue Danube", "Emperor-Waltz", "Radetzky-March" or the "Chit Chat-Polka".
(Program is Subject to Changes)
Last update: 24 March 2017