MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT AND SCARY TALES FOR KIDS!
Children's concerts and a scary journey into the world of sounds
Marko Simsa and Bernhard Fibich await young listeners with a story about the water cycle (Friday, 11 October) and Kuddelmuddel und Gesprudel (Saturday, 12 October) in October. On Halloween (Thursday, 31 October) you are in for an eerie discovery visit at the Sound Museum!
SOUND:CARPET - TOBIAS HERMELING
Haus der Musik's 3rd floor shines in new splendour after Austrian media artist Tobias Hermeling has re-designed the SOUND:CARPET. It stretches over 700m2 of exhibition space that are dedicated to the First and Second Viennese School.more
CASA DE LA MÚSICA VIENA
Casa de la Música - the new Haus der Musik in Mexico
For many years, Haus der Musik has been providing new and innovative ways of accessing music. Its fundamental objective is to give children and young people in particular the opportunity to actively become involved with music. This approach is now also being applied internationally. Haus der Musik has become the first Austrian museum to sign an international license agreement, allowing for the establishment of an interactive music museum along the lines of the Viennese blueprint.more
New portrait series by Anton Herzl starting June 11, at Haus der Musik
Born in Graz in 1969, the artist Anton Herzl presents his new work series “IMAGING COMPOSERS” at Haus der Musik. Showcasing 68 portraits, some of which original creations for the occasion, the exhibition can be experienced in the grand staircase of the former palais as well as on the other museum floors.
HAUS DER MUSIK – ROOF TOP
Museum venue with vision
Searching a unique event venue high above the roof tops of Vienna? Look no further, the Sound Museum offers the ideal setting. The Museum's two top floors come with a fantastic view and are available as an exclusive event location offering a multitude of possibilities.more
A multi-media opera and interactive music experience.
In our new installation zeitperlen virto|stage media artist Johannes Deutsch, soprano Natalia Ushakova, the Vienna Philharmonic, the composers Nick & Clemens Prokop and interaction designer Stefan Schilcher make it possible to experience the MULTIDIMENSIONAL merging of MUSIC, CHANT and VISION first-hand: OPERA from the perspective of actors. Human gestures turn into dramaturgical instruments defining storyline and degree of audio-visual complexity - the recipient becomes the interpreter.