28 Apr - 4 Nov
A Little Night Music
Concerts at Capuchin Church
Fri 7:00pm & Sat 6:30pm | Capuchin Church
Listen to masterpieces of classical music in a concert in the heart of Vienna, Capuchin Church. In addition to Mozart's name-giving A Little Night Music, the program also includes Schubert's Ave Maria, Haydn's Emperor's Quartet and Bach's Air. Come to a concert at Capuchin Church in the evening and let yourself be enchanted by the music of the Emperor Quartet Vienna .
Capuchin Church is centrally located near the State Opera in Vienna's city centre and is known for the Imperial Crypt (Capuchin Crypt), which served as the Habsburg burial site for centuries. On the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the cornerstone-laying of Capuchin Church and the Imperial Crypt in 1622, the cornerstone for the chamber concerts is also being laid this year - imperial in every sense of the word. Over the centuries, around 150 members of the Habsburg imperial family have been buried in the Capuchin Crypt - a unique place in the world.
Combo-Ticket: Combine your concert visit with the most famous crypt in the world, the Imperial Crypt. The burial place of the Habsburgs since 1618 lets you feel 400 years of Austrian and European history. Marvel at the tombs of famous rulers, such as Emperor Franz Joseph and his beautiful wife Elisabeth "Sisi", the impressive double coffin of "Empress" Maria Theresa and Franz I Stephan of Lorraine or the modest copper coffin of the reform emperor Joseph II. Last admission to the crypt is at 17:30, so it is wonderful to combine it with the concert.