Mozart Week in Salzburg
The annual classical music festival in wintry Salzburg
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the most famous son of the city of Salzburg, was born on January 27th in 1756. Every year the International Mozarteum Foundation hosts the legendary Mozart Week in Salzburg to honour the musical genius. Orchestras, soloists and conductors of worldwide renown are the hallmark of this festival.
The works of Mozart and their combination with modern musical pieces take centre stage during Mozart Week in Salzburg in January. Conductors such as Andràs Schiff or Nicolaus Harnoncourt and orchestras such as the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra or the Musiciens du Louvre offer new musical highlights every year. Mozart Week in Salzburg is a highlight of the cultural calendar of Austria.
Experience music played on original instruments during Mozart Week in Salzburg
In the course of various concerts of Mozart Week some of the original instruments employed during the times of Mozart are played. Experience musical pieces played on the violin and fortepiano that once belonged to the musical genius himself.
Hotel Kasererbraeu: at the heart of Mozart Week in Salzburg
- Great Festival Hall (approximately 5 minutes on foot)
- House for Mozart (approximately 5 minutes on foot)
- Great Concert Hall at the Mozarteum University (approximately 15 minutes on foot)
- the ‘Solitär’ Concert Hall at the Mozarteum University (approximately 15 minutes on foot)
Mozart’s Birthplace and Residence are also in convenient walking distance from Hotel Kasererbraeu. Enjoy staying at the heart of Salzburg city centre during your stay at the charming 4-star hotel. Secure your hotel room for the Mozart Week in Salzburg by sending a no obligation enquiry today.