Hofburg Vienna - Zeremoniensaal

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  • Windows
  • Hall
  • 575.0 m 2
  • Up to 500 Persons
  • Other noise


Constructed as ballrooms in 1705, Hofburg palace has a longstanding history. Empress Maria Theresa had the Redoutensaele remodelled in 1748 by Jean Nicolas Jadot de Ville-Issey, the façade bears the signature of Nicholas Pacassi and Franz Anton Hillebrandt. Numerous concerts and "Redoutes" (masquerade balls) as well as the wedding banquet of Joseph II. took place in these halls.

Upon the marriage of Archduke Franz with Maria Theresa, Antonio Salieri had the great honour of assembling the music in this very place. On March 29, 1828, the famous master violinist Niccolo Paganini gave a concert at the Redoutensaele. Otto Nicolai conducted on March 28, 1842, a concert with the "Philharmonic Academy", which is rightly regarded as the birthhour of the Vienna Philharmonic.

The Habsburg Throne Room embodies, of course, regal majesty. Against this inspired setting, Napoleon asked Marie Louise, the Emperor’s daughter, for her hand in marriage. The 26 double chandeliers of crystal glass illuminate festive gala banquets, celebratory balls, elegant congresses and concerts!

Theatre style: 500 Pax
Classroom style: 230 Pax
Banquet style: 340 Pax

Rules Cancellation Policy: 72 hrs

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