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String Quartet

The internationally renowned Classic Ensemble Vienna performs the most beautiful works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Antonio Vivaldi, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert and other famous composers.

The concerts take place in St. Peters Church, a baroque jewel in the heart of Vienna. It was built from 1701 to 1733 based on plans by Lucas von Hildebrand and was the first domed structure in Vienna. It is located right next to the pedestrian zone of the “Graben” and just west of the famous “Pestsäule”.

This classical String quartet consisting of two violins, a cello and a double bass will take you on an unforgettable musical journey.

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Classic Ensemble Vienna - What to expect:

The concert:
The concerts in St. Peters Church by the Classic Ensemble Vienna lasts 65 minutes, with no break.
The program is a fine mixture of famous works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Sebastian Bach, Franz Schubert and Ludwig van Beethoven.

The venue:
The performance takes place at the St. Peter’s Church in the First District... in Vienna. It is one of the most beautiful baroque churches in Vienna and was built from the year 1701 to 1733 based on plans by Lukas von Hildebrand. In the 4th century and under the Roman Empire it was here, where the first Church in Vindobona (the Roman name for Vienna) was built.

Seating:
Like most of the historical concert locations in Vienna, the St. Peter’s Church has no numbered seats. There is free seating within the category. The evening box opens 30 minutes before the concert starts. We advise to be on time.


Dresscode:
There is no special dress code, but please respect the church.

Orchestra Size and cast of the Classic Ensemble Vienna:
The Classic ensemble Vienna is String Quartet featuring two violins, one viola and one cello.
This is a perfect setup the the intimate and mystical setting of the St. Peters Church.

Cancellation Policy:
It is not possible to make a substitute for tickets which are not used or only partially used, for example, due to a late arrival, or for any lost tickets.

Information for people with disabilities:
St. Peter’s Church is barrier free

Corona safety measures:
To ensure your safety and the safety of the employees please take note of the following safety measures:
Your seats will be assigned by the evening staff, please do not change seats on your own.
When entering and exiting the church please wear a nose-mouth protection.
Please note the indicated guidance systems.
The number of guests is limited in accordance with the applicable safety regulations.

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St. Peters Church in Vienna:

The first St. Peter’s church at this place was built in the Roman encampment Vindobona (which is now Vienna) in the second half of the 4th century. It is believed that it is the oldest church in Vienna.

It was later replaced by a Romanesque church with a nave and two aisles. It is said to have been founded by Emperor Charlemagne around 792, but this has not been proven.<...br /> In any case, a church of Saint Peter in Vienna is first mentioned in 1137 as part of the prehistory for the construction of St. Stephen's Church, to which the parish rights of St. Peter should also be transferred.

In 1661 the old St. Peter’s Church burned down and was only poorly repaired. The decision to build a new church was made by emperor Leopold I. He had taken a vow to rebuild this church when Vienna was ravaged by the plague in 1679-1680.

The St. Peter’s Church we can see and visit now was built from 1701 to 1733 by plans of Lucas von Hildebrandt. It was the first domed structure in baroque Vienna.
By this time Vienna was already a sprawling city and there was not much space for a huge church. So it was built in a very compact form, with an oval interior housing that gives an astonishing amount of space.

The church was renovated in 2004 and makes an overwhelming impression on the visitor with its surprisingly rich interior filled with golden stucco.
St. Peter’s Church also became home for the Classic Ensemble Vienna. Their classical concerts are among the secret highlights of Vienna.

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