Treppauf, treppab im Palais Attems


As part of the ORF - Lange Nacht der Mussen, Palais Attems will once again be open for one night. Fanfares are sounding in the courtyard, the Palais Attems Hofkapelle is rehearsing, the chandeliers are polished and the steward has his hands full because the Empress is coming!


Mozart pur


With Mozart’s dramatic Great g Minor Symphony, Swedish conductor Marie Rosenmir gives us a brilliant start to the season. The young master wind player Theo Plath completes the joy with the bassoon concerto of the Salzburg wunderkind.


23.10.2023 - 24.10.2023

Tyrolean Margret Koell’s harp is not only the dazzling star in Handel’s Harp Concerto: it also suits Vivaldi’s Lute Concerto and James Oswald’s Scottish Folk Tunes perfectly!

Bilder einer Ausstellung


With the power of music, Mei-Ann Chen breathes life into Mussorgsky’s series of pictures and turns Botticelli’s best-known masterpieces into music.


04.12.2023 - 05.12.2023

Together with Bach, Vivaldi and Handel, Corelli’s shepherd music celebrates Christmas in a way that even melts the heart of the master Alfredo Bernardini on the oboe.



Star harpist Emmanuel Ceysson spreads Advent magic with Saint-Saëns’ concert piece and Teresa Riveiro Böhm conducts Beethoven’s 6th Symphony as a distant messenger of summer.



The Venezuelan soprano Samuel Mariño brilliantly masters arias by Mozart and Beethoven when Michael Hofstetter on the podium invites us to a buoyant New Year’s concert.

Die Moldau


With the unbroken joie de vivre of Dvořák’s 8th Symphony and the murmur and flow of Smetana’s "Moldova", Mei-Ann Chen brings the first harbingers of spring into the Stefaniensaal.

Die Henne & der Bär


As conducting concertmaster, Wolfgang Redik leads the Recreation Orchestra through the magnificent, joyous and dramatic moments of two of Haydn’s most beautiful symphonies.

Vivaldi im Frühling

18.03.2024 - 19.03.2024

The Spanish violinist Lina Tur Bonet not only shines in Vivaldi’s incredibly difficult violin concerto, but also knows how to add lustre to his Graz sonatas.

Rachmani­now 2


Kristina Miller continues her Rachmaninov triumph and masters the songlike-melodious themes of his 2nd Piano Concerto with ease. The Azerbaijani conductor Fuad Ibrahimov celebrates his Recreation premiere with Tchaikoswki’s “Romeo and Julietˮ.

Concierto de Aranjuez


The Kosovo-born guitarist Petrit Çeku offers an already eagerly awaited treat when he elicits Spanish flair from Rodrigo’s famous concerto. Paul Goodwin conducts with verve Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga’s only symphony.

Branden­burgisches Konzert

27.05.2024 - 28.05.2024

Michael Hell brilliantly demonstrates his mastery of the recorder in Telemann’s lively runs and of the harpsichord in Bach’s difficult 5th Brandenburg Concerto.

Italienische Sinfonie


Roman conductor Speranza Scappucci evokes memories of her Italian homeland with Mendelssohn’s most frequently performed orchestral work, while Nikita Boriso-Glebsky plays the composer’s heartfelt Violin Concerto.