Few cities in the world glide so effortlessly between the present and the past like Vienna, Austria. It’s The City of Music, The city of Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Schubert, Strauss, Brahms, Mahler and Schönberg to name a few. We start off at The Rathaus, The Burgtheater & The Austrian Parliament Building. In these Vienna Videos we speak with Natalija Isakovic who plays Violin in the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. This takes us to The Vienna State Opera & The Musikverein
In the next episode we’ll talk a bit more with Natilija while breaking down the Belvedere.
In this episode, we talk a bit more with Natalija while exploring the beautiful Belvedere here in Vienna, Austria. The City Of Music.
In this episode we hit up Vienna’s MQ (Museum Quartier). The Mumok (MUseum MOderner Kunst), The Volkstheater and the The Hofburg, which is a palace that has housed some of the most powerful people in European and Austrian history, including the Habsburg dynasty, rulers of the Austro-Hungarian empire. Then we head off to the The Naschmarkt Market and The Vienna Secession. Lastly we check in with Andrew, who is in Bergenz Austria…
In the final episode we check out some of Vienna’s churches and memorials: The Soviet War Memorial, The Votive Church, St. Michael’s Church, St. Charles’s Church, The Scottish Abbey and St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
Wow, what a beautiful city. As a musician it’s the perfect place to get inspired. Seeing the same sights and smelling the same smells that inspired some of the classic musicians such as Mozart, Beethoven Strauss and many more is an amazing feeling…Strudel anyone???
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