How many operas are there in Vienna?

The Vienna State Opera House’s repertoire comprises around 50 operas and 20 ballets per season (1st September to 30th June).

How much does it cost to go to the opera in Vienna?

Opera for all budgets While a seat in the stalls can cost a staggering € 150 ( US$ 158.20), if you don’t mind queuing for a couple of hours before a show, you can buy ‘standing room only’ tickets to watch the opera for a very accessible € 4 ( US$ 4.20)!

How can I watch the opera in Vienna?

If you want to see an opera in Vienna, you are going to have to have to get there early. Tickets go on sale at the Opera House “standing room only” box office 80 minutes before showtime. You cannot buy these €3 Vienna State Opera tickets online. You must arrive and purchase them in person.

How do I get Vienna opera tickets?

You go to the dedicated “Stehplätze” ticket office (“Stehplatz-Kasse”) on the Operngasse side of the state opera house. That’s the southwest corner of the building….Standing tickets from the 2022/2023 season

  1. €13 for the Balkon area.
  2. €15 for the Galerie area.
  3. €18 for the wonderful Parterre area.

What is Wiener Staatsoper?

Wiener Staatsoper is one of the leading opera houses in the world. Its past is steeped in tradition. Its present is alive with richly varied performances and events.

When will the Vienna State Opera open again?

Until the Vienna State Opera is allowed to play in front of an audience again from May 19 the daily streams on will continue. The Vienna State Opera opens its house for an audience on May 19 with the premiere production of Charles Gounod Faust.

Who will conduct Le nozze di Figaro at the Vienna State Opera?

On May 12 the Vienna State Opera will stream Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro conducted by Philippe Jordan and featuring Andrè Schuen, Federica Lombardi, Louise Alder, Philippe Sly and Virginie Verrez.

Who is the Vienna State Ballet Ballet?

The Vienna State Ballet performs Mahler, live, recorded in December 2020. Hans van Manen’s Live features Olga Esina and Marcos Menha. With his first Viennese work 4 to Gustav Mahler’s 4th Symphony, Martin Schläpfer has created a ballet for the entire ensemble.