Private guided tour of Beethoven's Vienna
- Visit locations associated with the great composer
- Hear stories about his life, the music and his impact on the city
- Enjoy a special tour of Beethoven's Vienna
Explore locations associated with the great composer, get insight into Beethovens real life and gain a better understanding of Beethoven's work.
In this tour, you will immerse yourselves in Beethoven's Vienna and in the circumstances under which he wrote his music and gave his world premières. You discover original halls and venues, which were common places at the time of the Viennese Classic era, but today are away from today's well-trodden musical paths.
No doubt, Ludwig van Beethoven is one of the most performed and well-known composers in the world. He was an uncompromising revolutionary, a staunch humanist and artist who constantly explored and challenged the boundaries of arts. And his 9 symphonies have changed the music world forever. Although he was born in Bonn (Germany), Vienna became his true home and spiritual centre that formed him as an artist. And it is the city that he made an everlasting impact on. At the same time, Beethoven lived and created his masterpieces in an era when music life still had to improvise and concert halls as we know them today did not exist.
- Eroica Hall, Palais Lobkowitz
- Old University, Festsaal
- Old Burgtheater
- Kärtnertor Theatre
- Theater an der Wien
You will visit those venues that are available on the chosen day and with the help of Virtual Reality you will resurrect places which no longer exist.
- Private tour
- Youth (15-18 years)
Friedrichstraße 12, Vienna
Meet your guide in front of the Secession Vereinigung bildender Künstler at Friedrichstraße 12, Vienna
- Minimum age of participants: 15 years
- Please check the calendar for dates and times
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