Mozart Requiem Concert at St. Charles Church in Vienna
Visit St. Charles Church for a classical concert evening and be amazed by this unique 70-minute performance. St. Charles Church is just a few hundred meters away from the place where Mozart died and is one of the most significant buildings in Vienna, which makes it an ideal location to perform Mozart's last work the Requieme. Experience a unique performance of a Mozart concert in a mystique and authentic surrounding.
Enjoy a concert performed by the choir and the soloists of the Salzburg Concert Society as well as the Orchestra 1756 on period instruments. In total there are more than 40 musicians on stage.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)
REQUIEM KV 626
Introitus | Kyrie
Sequenz (Dies Irae - Tuba mirum - Rex tremendae -Recordare - Confutatis - Lacrimosa)
Agnus Dei | Lux aeterna
Orchestra 1756 (on period instruments)
Choir: Cantus XVII
Soloists of the Salzburger Konzertgesellschaft
Conductors: Konstantin Hiller, Martin-Jacques Garand, Martin Zeller
- Live concert
- Entry/Admission - Mozart Requiem Karlskirche
- Transportation to/from attractions
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Please change your voucher at the evening box office for the ticket
- Concert starts at 8:15pm; doors open at 7:45pm
- Please be aware that the venue (church) can get very cold in winter time.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- Minimum age is 3 years
Beautiful performance and outstanding venue. We sat in the seventh row and the extra cost was definitely worth it.
There were 4 of us, aged 15 to 77, who attended. We each loved all of it, the music, orchestra and choir. It was the highlight of our weeklong trip.
My husband has been playing the piano since he was five years old, and Mozart is the composer who has inspired him the most. So, it was only natural that we chose to see the Requiem, played on period instruments within this incredible baroque church. We opted to pay extra for Category I seats, which was exactly the right decision. We were in the front row and the sound quality was amazing. We attended in late November, so it was cold out. Upon entering the church, each person was handed a wool blanket, making it very comfortable. St. Charles church is in a very convenient location and we were able to grab dinner and stroll the Christmas market before the concert. Our entire experience was wonderful and authentic. The musicians and choir were so talented and precise and the Requiem is such a moving piece. The concert is just the right length too - even our nine-year-old daughter really enjoyed it. I highly recommend you pay for Category I seats - you won't be disappointed!
Glad we did it! My hubby really loves Mozart and this piece. He enjoyed himself because of the venue and that it was in Vienna. We enjoyed it as well and it was only an hour so not a huge time investment. We purchased tickets for the first group of rows and sat in the third row so great seats well worth the price.
The Mozart Requiem was well performed by the choir, orchestra, and soloists. It was sold out, glad we had tickets. We enjoyed the concert and the church. Outside we were amazed at the beauty of the church in the reflecting pool as the sun set and the lights came on. Wonderful evening.