Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Tickets
Get a good dose of chamber and classical music with Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra . It is one the world’s best renowned orchestras. It is respected as the ‘hub of the best virtuoso ensemble music’. The orchestra sound is known for its richness, quality and finesse. It has been steered by some of the best artistic directors in Europe. VPO has always played with top notch instrumentalists, composers and conductors. Its signature strength are the strings; which were played beautifully in each era.
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Tickets
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The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra started in the 1840s, a time when live classical and chamber music was not very common. It was performed informally by some amateur ensembles. Theater orchestras were not much interested in live orchestra, so they showcased professionals once. These shows entertained Viennese audiences, but let them longing for more. The theater goers wanted an active concert life. The armature artists at that time were playing late Classical and Romantic pieces, which were not very attractive. In 1833 conductor Franz Lachner suggested a brilliant idea to make the concert life more exciting. The idea was to make an orchestra by collecting the best musicians from operas all over the city. It happened when four concerts staged by this orchestra became successful. They were supported by the Court Opera and the musician produces it themselves. The reason for its success was the finest chamber, opera and orchestral music ever brought to stage. They were the first of their kind and the city fell in love with them.
Nine years after Lachner's initiative to find musicians and artists came up with a full body of musicians. This body was soon converted into the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Otto Nicolai, conductor of Court Opera conducted the first Philharmonic concert in 1842. The orchestra became an instant hit. Soon after its first couple of shows it staged ten more concerts. Over five years, the VPO became the house of best music in Austria. The success of the orchestra was phenomenal; it got critical and public acclaim. It became structured and financially more stable. This allowed it become a fully functional institution for performing classic and chamber music.
In 1860 the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra launched itself officially and for the first time it announced a regular concert schedule. Carl Eckert took over the directorship of the Court Opera. From then onwards, started an era of uninterrupted growth for the Philharmonic. In the remaining half of the century, names like Otto Dessoff and Hans Richter came. Dessof added works of Brahms, Dvorak and Wagner to the existing repertory. Richter, one of the greatest of that time established VPO as a center of musical excellence. He made history with debuts of Bruckner's Symphony No. 3 and Symphony No. 8. and Brahms Symphony No. 2, Symphony No. 3. Gustav Mahler worked with the VPO from 1898 to 1901. In this short time the Orchestra made remarkable progress. He took the standards of performance to new heights pushing for more quality and creativity. The orchestra toured and went to perform in Paris for the first time.
Felix Weingartner came after Mahler; the orchestra expanded under him. It went on first South American tour Wilhelm Furtwangle joined in after Weingartner; although he officially served for three years, his influence continued to mold the orchestra until 1954. During this time the WWII struck, he made sure that the Jewish talent remains there. He also tried to keep war and politics out of the musical activities. During the war the Orchestra survived with difficulty but did some commendable work, the recording for EMI was one of them.
Post WWII, Bernstein revived the Philharmonic with a production of Der Rosenkavalier. The production was became a craze with opera lovers. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra tickets were impossible to find as every single fan wanted to see them perform live. Bernstein left the Orchestra in 1970, however his links with mainstream music and the Orchestra never became weak. He came to the Orchestra on numbers occasions and conducted concerts. After him many conductors and music directors came and worked with the VOP. With every passing year, VPO proved itself to be a living example of European classical music. It has kept the tradition of this music alive over 170 years. Today, it thrives as the most prominent orchestra as the most important act of classical music.
The Vienna Philharmonic presents some new and regular concert series this season. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra tickets are your passes to concerts of your choice. Purchase them before they are gone.
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in New York at the Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium on 2-Mar-19, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for New York at the Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium on 6-Mar-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra: Adam Fischer - Beethoven & Bartok||Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium||New York, NY||Sat Mar 02 201908:00 PM|
|Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra: Adam Fischer - Haydn & Mozart||Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium||New York, NY||Sun Mar 03 201902:00 PM|
|Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra: Michael Tilson Thomas - Ives, Beethoven & Brahms||Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium||New York, NY||Tue Mar 05 201908:00 PM|
|Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium||New York, NY||Wed Mar 06 201908:00 PM|
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Tickets Prices
The average price for Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Tickets start from $708. The minimum get in price is $54 for Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Tickets at the Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium, New York. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra: Adam Fischer - Beethoven & Bartok||New York||2-Mar-19||$2,866||$54|
|Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra: Adam Fischer - Haydn & Mozart||New York||3-Mar-19||$1,946||$54|
|Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra: Michael Tilson Thomas - Ives, Beethoven & Brahms||New York||5-Mar-19||$1,815||$54|
|Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra||New York||6-Mar-19||$708||$54|
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