Things to do in Vienna November 2019. To begin with, the quiet pre-Christmas season is great for walks, wine, seasonal shopping, and culture. And other than kicking up rustling leaves, why not visit a few excellent entertainment events? Top concerts, operas and operettas take it up with any grey day. From mid November, the first Christmas markets are open, and the first advent concerts start little later.
Voice Mania: Balcanto
Things to do in Vienna November 2019. Neither you nor the world have gone crazy if you hear voices on the 8th November.
For three weeks, Vienna’s city centre will turn into a pop, rock, jazz, swing, world music and comedy stage when 12 vocal ensembles and solists from Austria, Germany, Central Europe and Madagaskar let their voices ring from balconies and church galleries. Find out more about this festival, and eight more, in my Vienna Music Festival guide.
Things to do in Vienna November 2019. The opening of the carnival season in Vienna is the biggest ballroom dance in Central Europe, and probably the most fun opportunity to dance Vienna waltz.
The Association of Viennese Dance School Instructors, who sponsors the event, also invites participants to Austria’s biggest quadrille dancing. If you don’t know how to dance, don’t worry. Two of Vienna’s best dance instructors will demonstrate every step and turn.
Date: 11th November
Location: Graben boulevard in the city centre;
Time: 11 minutes past 11.00am
Things to do In Vienna November. If you prefer the light muse to kiss you over fine dining head for Toni Morwald’s popular show at the Vienna Prater. For more than 14 years the gourmet chef, multiple restaurant owner and cooking school headmaster has been dishing out fabulous Austrian and international cuisine at Palazzo.
This year’s story Ladies First will unroll a fun love triangle story in the glittering show artists’ milieu between Miss Frisky, Monsieur Philippe and his wife Tamara. Expect a 3.5 hour evening of quality acrobatics and great entertainment.
Location: PALAZZO Spiegelpalast im Wiener Prater, Ausstellungsstrasse / corner Perspektivstrasse; 1020 Vienna;
Performances: 13th to 22nd November 2019; 7.30 pm;
Tickets: Book tickets
Things to do in Vienna November 2019. To do something off-path in Vienna in November, Klosterneuburg Abbey and its fantastic wine cellar excite wine and history fans. While every Viennese knows Klosterneuburg, Austria’s oldest wine estate has managed to slip past mass tourism. This photo shows a detail of the stunning Medieval Babenberg family tree in the abbey’s Imperial palace rooms.
On a misty November morning I toured the abbey’s amazing art treasures and wine cellar with local tour guide Regina. Read More. To explore my personal shortlist of other great guided walks go to Vienna walking tours.
Things to do in Vienna November 2019. In mid November, a group of string musicians will chase deer, talk to a shepherd in love, listen to humming birds and watch ice skaters cross a frozen lake. At least, this is what you will hear when members of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra perform Vivaldi’s Four Seasons at Minorite Church.
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Dates: 16th November 2019, 7.30 pm
Location: Minoritenkirche, Minoritenplatz 1, 1010 Vienna
Tickets: get tickets (don’t forget to use your discount code unwrapped in your shopping cart)
Wien Modern Festival
Things to do in Vienna November 2019. Lovers of modern and experimental music will look to make space in their calendars for the annual Wien Modern Festival. So much is clear for 2019: For its opening concert, Wien Modern will present an exciting modern co-production with well established Radio Symphonie Orchester Wien.
Find out more about Wien Modern in my Vienna Music Festival guide.
More Things To Do In Vienna November: Free Violin concert
Things to do in Vienna November 2019. At the Christmas village at Altes AKH, a violin virtuoso will wrap a fervent fan community into mellow Christmas music. While Barbara Helfgott has earned her stripes with classical and modern interpretations, she will now bow the best seasonal tunes out of her magic violin. On top, this short concert is free.
Location: Altes AKH (university campus), Hof 1; Alser Strasse/Spitalgasse; A-1090 Vienna;
Date and Time: 30th November, 6.00 pm;
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