LIVE ON STAGE: JOHN SMITH
Sunday, 15th December at 20.00
A native of Devon, England, John Smith knows what contemporary folk music should sound like and presents his new album "Great Lakes." His "honey-on-gravel" voice coupled with his sensitive and extraordinary guitar playing thrills an ever growing audience. This is a pre-Christmas treat you should not miss. In cooperation with the Vienna Songwriting Association.more
ADVENT CHOIR CONCERTS
At free entry in Haus der Musik's glass-roofed courtyard
On weekends throughout Advent, Haus der Musik presents a new Christmas concert series in cooperation with Chorforum Wien. Renowned Viennese choirs offer excerpts from their repertoire - ranging from classical pieces to traditional folk songs to modern interpretations. The Sound Museum's glass-roofed courtyard will be filled with festive chant.more
CHRISTMAS CONCERTS AND GUIDED TOURS
Colourful music programme in December
Bernhard Fibich awaits our young audience with "New Advent and Christmas carols" (additional performance on December 5). Marko Simsa's Piano Hits is all about the black and white keys (December 14) and Safer Six perform Christmas Songs "a capella" (December 23). On December 24 kids are in for a special Christmas guided tour!more
GIFT SEARCH MADE EASY
Haus der Musik's musical gift ideas
Dinner & Sound Museum voucher, HdM Membercard or numerous musical items from the Museum shop, Haus der Musik is a treasure trove of Christmas gift ideas: especially for the last minute shoppers among you!
NEW YEAR’S EVE AT HAUS DER MUSIK
Free entry on occasion of the Vienna New Year's Eve Trail
Embark on a musical discovery journey into the exciting world of music and sounds! Conduct the Vienna Philharmonic, throw the waltz dice to hear your name as an original Mozart composition or become part of a multimedia opera. On December 31 and on occasion of the Vienna New Year's Trail Haus der Musik offers free museum entry from 14:00 to 22:00!
NEW: SIGN LANGUAGE TOURS
Experiencing music with the entire body
Music is not only a part of deaf people's everyday life; it is also an important sphere of their life. The new sign language tours specifically addresses the needs of the hearing impaired and introduces them to the world of sounds and music along the Museum's interactive exhibits, giant instruments and installations, which allow actually seeing and feeling music.