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Jazzland is al jaren een geliefde plek onder de jazzliefhebbers van Wenen. De nadruk ligt op boogie, Dixieland en blues. Er is een groot aantal muzikanten dat steeds maar terugkomt, maar dat doen de klanten ook. Het is er altijd propvol, dus kom een half uur voordat het concert begint anders kun je het podium niet zien. Je kunt hier ook eten. Op het menu staan populaire, traditioneel Oostenrijkse gerechten. Gaat om 19 uur open.
Located in the former Palace of Archduke Charles, this unique museum received the prestigious Austrian Museum Prize for its creative plan and design. Come and indulge in everything musical that Vienna has to offer! A museum designed for the ears and the eyes, the Haus der Musik contains many amazing interactive exhibits which let the visitor interact with the material. A creative, fun, and educational experience for anyone with an interest in music of any kind!
A visit to the Konzerthaus is a must for all classical music fans. Opened in 1913, it has outstanding acoustics and attracts some of the world's best orchestras. The Vienna Philharmonic traditionally starts the season on New Year's Day with a performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. Over the following 12 months, more than 700 different concerts take place in the four concert halls; the majority are classical, but there is also a handful of jazz and world music events such as the Internationale Musikfest. A highlight of the classical music season is the annual Frühlingsfestival (spring festival).
At the jubilee celebrations of Emperor Franz Josef on December 14,1898, the present Volksoper was officially opened as the Emperor's Jubilee Capital Theater after a strenuous ten months under construction. Primarily meant as a theatrical stage, after 1903 it became a traditional Opera house. However, it was only a year later that the title Wiener Volksoper appeared for the first time on the program. Due to excessive damage in World War II, it is now rated the third Bundestheater behind the Staatsoper and the Burgtheater.
Built in 1954-57, Austria's biggest events venue consists of a main auditorium, a smaller auditorium, two indoor sports halls and an ice-rink. Boasting a vast variety of events ranging from trade fairs and fashion shows to sports competitions and concerts, the Stadthalle attracts over a million visitors every year. The list of personalities who have appeared here over the last few decades reads like a Who's Who of the international sport and entertainment scene. Great place to go with the whole family!