Mozart Week in Salzburg
The classical music festival in wintry Salzburg
On January 27, 1756, Salzburg’s most famous son was born: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Every year around Mozart’s birthday, the International Mozarteum Foundation organizes the legendary Mozart Week. World-renowned orchestras, soloists and conductors are hallmarks of the festival.
The works of Mozart are the focus of this week in January and are combined with new sounds. Conductors such as Andràs Schiff or Nicolaus Harnoncourt. Orchestras such as the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra or the Musiciens du Louvre – with the Mozart Week, Salzburg sets a cultural highlight in the international concert calendar.
The Mozart Week
Experience Mozart's original instruments live
Original Mozart instruments are used in some of the Mozart Week concerts. The violin or fortepiano that Mozart himself once played will be heard in selected pieces.
At the Altstadthotel Kasererbräu you stay close to the action of the Mozart Week!
Close to you
The concerts in the framework of the Salzburg Mozart Week
The concerts within the Salzburg Mozart Week take place only a few minutes walk from the 4 star hotel:
- In the Great Festival Hall (about five minutes walk)
- In the House for Mozart (about five minutes walk)
- In the Great Hall of the Mozarteum (approx. 15 minutes walk)
- In the solitaire of the Mozarteum University (approx. 15 minutes walk)