Imperialsaal or Imperial Hall was Built by the Same Architect of the Vienna Rathaus:
Vienna’s Imperialsaal (Imperial Hall) is a stunning concert hall at Beethovenplatz 1. It is the home of the the Vienna Royal Orchestra Orchestra whose musicians are the very best in the city.
The Imperial Hall was built by Friedrich Schmidt, the same builder and architect of the Vienna Rathaus. This elaborate concert hall impresses not only with its architecture but also with its excellent acoustics.
Imperialsaal has been hosting concerts by well known musicians since its inception. These select musicians of the Royal Orchestra are drawn from the most famous Vienna orchestras such as the Vienna Philharmonic, the Vienna Symphony and the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra.
With its pool of talented musicians providing musical interpretations reminiscent of the times of master composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn and Strauss, music lovers are sure to be thrilled.
See what’s on at the Imperialsaal HERE.
But even if you are not into classical music, the Imperialsaal is worth visiting to appreciate its magnificent Neo-Gothic architecture.
How to get to Imperialsaal by Public Transport:
By Train – Take the U4 subway train to station Stadtpark. Exit towards Johannesgasse and walk down Lothringerstrasse – the Beethovenplatz will be on your right-hand side.
By Tram – Take tram No. 2 or No. 71 to station Schwarzenbergplatz (Schwarzenbergstrasse), walk down Schubertring and take a right at Christinengasse, which will lead you directly onto Beethovenplatz.
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