Vienna School Music Tour

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Visit Europe’s capital of Classical music and perform in a number of magnificent venues!

The city of Vienna is known as the 'capital of Classical music' and has been the home of some of the most famous composers of all time, including Mozart, Beethoven,Haydn, Brahms, Mahler and Bruckner. Vienna is an amazing city which combines music, arts and history. Your ensemble will be able to perform in magnificent venues such as Schonbrunn Castle, Eszterhazy Palace and St Stephen's Dom, as well as participate in annual festivals.

Vienna School Music Tour



4 days, 3 nights

Performance Venues

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Suggested Itinerary

Day 1


Fly to Vienna and transfer to your accommodation.


Guided tour of Vienna


After your evening meal, time to rehearse at the accommodation (fee may apply).
Day 2


Visit the Haus der Musik museum


Afternoon concert at the Haus der Musik.


After your evening, time to visit the Prater Amusement park with its giant ferris wheel.
Day 3


Depart to visit the Schonbrunn Palace. Guided tour of the palace.


Afternoon concert at the palace (outdoor)


Return to Vienna. Farewell dinner at your accommodation.
Day 4


Morning at leisure. Possibility to visit the local daily market of Nachmarkt.


Transfer and fly back home.
  • 3 nights half board accommodation
  • Return flights and transfers inclusive of tax
  • Transfers to & from airport in Austria
  • Transfers to & from venues
  • Free staff place ratio 1:10
  • Detailed information pack
  • 2 concert arrangements including publicity and advertising
  • A service of a bilingual music coordinator
  • Comprehensive travel and medical insurance
  • Itinerary planning service
  • VAT


a&o Wien Hauptbahnhof

The A&O Hostel Wien Hauptbahnhof opened in March 2013 and offers 301 modern rooms. Students will usually be accommodated in 4-6 bedded rooms and staff in twins, all of which are en-suite. Other facilities include a bar, 24 hour Internet, billiards, table football and teachers’ lounge.

Meininger City Hostel Wien

One of a new breed of privately-run hostels offering hostel accommodation at nearhotelstandards, Meininger has a great location. Students are accommodated in multi-bedded rooms all of which are en-suite. Staff are normally accommodated in twin rooms. The hostel has a roof terrace with wonderful views of the city and a lounge and games room where you can relax after a long day and watch a DVD or play table football.

Palace Hostel, Schlossherberge Wien

Surrounded by a lovely large garden, the Palace Hostel overlooks the beautiful city of Vienna. All guestrooms have a view of the garden and one of the best ways to relax is sitting out on the hostel’s fantastic terrace, where breakfast is often served, gazing down over Austria’s capital. There is a games room, mini-golf course and table tennis, so you will never be bored here! There is also Wi-Fi throughout. Just 25 minutes from the city centre, this is the ideal base for your trip to Vienna.


Imperial Palace

Referred to by the Viennese as the "Burg", until 1918 the Imperial Palace was the residence of the Habsburg emperors.

Stadtpark (City Park)

Laid out according to sketches and designs by the landscape painter Josef Selleny, City Park was opened in August 1862.


The Vienna Prater boasts over 250 attractions ranging from the Giant Ferris Wheel to the nostalgic ghost train, merry-go-rounds, go-kart race tracks, amusement halls and stalls with games of skill to hypermodern rides that will have your adrenalin racing.

Mozarthaus Vienna (Vienna Mozart House)

The Vienna Mozart House is a Mozart adventure world covering 1,000m2. Mozart lovers can become immersed in the world of this musical genius on 6 different levels.

Schonbrunn Bakery

You love apple strudel but you've never been to the Hofbackstube of the Café-Restaurant Residenz? Then this visit is certainly one you cannot miss on your trip to Vienna.

Danube Tower

The 252m tower was built in 1964 on the occasion of the Vienna international Garden Show in Danube Park.

Vienna Guided Tours

On this tour you will follow the footsteps of the most famous composers.

Supporting you
every step of the way

Creating your
perfect tour

Your quote will be put together by an experienced Tour Adviser who’ll be an expert in music tours and will know the destination really well too. They’ll work with you to create a tour to suit your group’s needs and meet your tour objectives.

Launching your tour

The next step is to get your tour approved and then get your musicians signed up to it. Our ‘Trip Launch Pack’ will help you with this step. This is full of resources (all free to download) designed to make your life easier at this crucial point in the tour planning process.

you’ve booked

Once you’ve booked, your dedicated Itinerary Coordinator will start work on the finer details. They’ll make sure your itinerary makes the most of your time and they’ll take on most of the admin tasks for your trip (including making sure your concerts are well promoted).

Support while
you’re away

Throughout your music tour, we’ll be just a phone call away (24/7). Before you go, we’ll send you a final info pack and you’ll be able to access all your tour documents via the free Vamoos app.

your tour

When you return from your tour, we’ll ask you to complete a detailed feedback survey, so we can continue to improve the service we offer. And we can start planning your next tour, so you can give your musicians and their families plenty of time to pay for it (and so it’s less stressful for you). 

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