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Orangery at Schoenbrunn Palace, Vienna

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  • The "exclusive Palace tour" lasted just 40 minutes and the dinner was average. At the concert, some people were arbitrarily forced to pull out and give off their coats in the cloakroom (additional costs 1 EUR), while many others were allowed to keep them on. After the end of the concert you had are about 15 minutes in a narrow passage back from the dressing room to get back the jacket. In the artificial vocal presentations, one could understand a Word.
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  • First of all: the evening was then quite entertaining, the musicians very well and the singer also. Only it was missing something that this event would have made unique, a powerful effect. But in turn. We have booked only the concert without dinner on a Friday night, as we previously rather wished to remain flexible because of the arrival and the predilections for smaller individual restaurants (see also report of the mini restaurant). An impressive drive in front of the Castle. It's all well organized, entrance, cloakroom, places, also was well heated, which was important at Arctic-10 degrees. The Orangery is nice, but the UNESCO Castle feeling not so really comes up. This Orangery is any Orangery. Schön. But elsewhere too or something like that. The view of the stage is good. Open seating within the price zones. It all started with kleine Nachtmusik. In the first half, there were chart hits of Mozart. Everything good. But all also 1000 times. In vain I waited on something unexpected, a rare jewel of Mozart from the depths of the Köchel. The audience seemed but overall very done, applause was always lavishly donated. Viewers spoke Italian, Spanish, as well as Eastern European and far East Asian languages. Keep tourists like us. In the second part, we were drawn to the Viennese Waltz role of Johann Strauss. I assume that the Viennese blood in our heads telepathically inside has been ported, so that each of us is driven by this catchy tune in the sweet insanity with acoustic whipped yet all weekend. Arias from works by Mozart and Strauss were vocally convincing presented by staff. I felt only the dance routines as something to klamaukig. The final small gimmick with the audience to catch as much applause was rather amusing and absolutely not improvised. Everything was moving on a narrow ridge. I myself can understand reviews such as "great, a great night" as well as "Tourist rip-off". Who makes Europe in 10 days, can tick off here compressed a castle, Mozart and Strauss. In short, The location had what, but not all. The quality of the performance was very good, but presented no real tension, and had a very colourful. The program consisted of the rather banal hits of Mozart and Strauss. I would have liked slightly more depth, but the evening was managed as an introduction in a Vienna weekend with many other other highlights.
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  • Pleasant promenade in the Orangery, anyway this is a favourite place for concerts and music so maybe visit and just is a little simplistic because compared to the entire complex maybe lose a little. Maybe next time, I'll try to buy a ticket for one of the many events that take place here.
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