The Mozart Ensemble plays the music of Mozart and his contemporaries in costume in the lovely "Sala Terrena." This special room is was decorated in the second half of the 18th century, and has superb acoustics. This is the very room where Mozart composed and performed! The performance I saw was delightful, and one of the highlights of my life as an appreciator of live music. I'd go back again, given the chance.
There are a lot of residence in Austria Mozart, but here is the former residence of Mozarts most representative characteristics. Here, Mozart to create famous opera marriage of figaro. Mozarts former residence is a six-story old houses, Mozart and his wife and children from 1784 to 1787 lives in the building of the second floor. Mozart had taught young Beethoven here. In 2006 to commemorate the 250th anniversary of Mozart, Mozarts former residence for the renovation. With Mozart precious legacy of music and some portraits.
domgasse 5 - Tiny street. it was too hard to find :)
The Mozarthaus is an intimate 4 story museum on a little alley near the Stephansdom Cathedral, in the former living quarters where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived when he was in Vienna between 1784 and 1787. You can get a feel for how he lived and see some of his works, artifacts and tools of the trade in composing some of the greatest pieces of music, including his Requim Mass in D Minor, his unfinished tribute to his father.Mozart did stay all over Vienna, but this is the only place that has been turned into a museum, and was refurbished in 2006 for his 250th birthday. The cost is about 9 Euros for adults.
Mozart composed many of his famous and appreciated works in Vienna, so a museum dedicated to this personality was a must, so to say. The museum is located in a former residence of Mozart, so visitors can see the apartment he lived in, along with some of his works and other items related to this huge cultural personality.
Mozart may have spent the happiest years of his life in this 1,000-square-metre dwelling at 5 Church Street - "at the peak of his career, he was repeatedly invited to perform by dignitaries and accompanied by a group of equally famous friends. His masterpiece "Figaro's Wedding" was also born in this house. The house has been well preserved to this day for people to remember the life of this musical prodigy in the late Baroque period.
Nice exhibits with explaining his life in Vienna. Great for a classical music lover. Very informative. No photography allowed inside the museum.