The magnificent facades of theaters like the Burgtheater are only glimpses of the artistic revelry emanated by the performances inside.
“Die Burg”, which was decorated by impressive Viennese artists (the imperial staircases were painted by Klimt!) has a massive revolving stage that sees famous actors, stage directors, and designers. Performances are in German. At the State Opera House, Staatsope, you could see a ballet or opera in another of Vienna’s iconic buildings. If you’re on a budget, standing room tickets are cheap. If you don’t have much time, or just want a quick introduction to classical Viennese music, consider the intimate setting at the Konzerte im Mozarthaus. With only a few rows for attendees, you’ll be up close to the musicians during this 75 minute performance. Whether its theater, opera, classical music, orchestras, or ballet that tickles your fancy, Vienna continues to host a wide range of tantalizing performances for expert and novice theater-goers alike.
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