Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn and Schubert in St. Anna

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The classical concerts are presented in the form of string quartets and include specific pieces of chamber music. 

An insider's tip in the city of art and culture, which ensures an exceptional evening to all music lovers and represents one of the highlights during a Vienna visit. 

The St. Anne Church is a historical proof of the beauty and playfulness of the Baroque. It provides a magnificent and authentic atmosphere and lends the concert a high-quality and refined setting. Thereby, the music achieves exceptional quality that leads the audience to dreamy listening. 

Our musicians acquired their art skills at some of the best-known music academies in Europe and play in concerts with renowned Viennese orchestras. Do not miss an attendance, because selected works by Mozart, & Beethoven and other composers who have lived and worked in Vienna are best interpreted in our cycle of concerts. 

With an approach to this epoch by the use of an authentic as possible instruments and an employment of the performance practice we offer our guests to experience the compositions of the time of Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert in a tonally exciting way. In this context we present Franz Schubert’s greatest work of chamber music “Death and the Maiden” on historical instruments, which we highly recommend. 

Please note that the church is heated! 



Program and cast


Program Mozart & Beethoven

WA Mozart (1756-1791)

KV 387 “Spring Quartet” / “Spring Quartet”


Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

Op. 59 No. 3 “Razumovsky”


April 2,9,23,30

May 7,14,21,28

June 4,11,18,25

July 2,9,16,23,30

Aug 6,13,20,27

Sep 3,10,17,24


Program Mozart, Haydn & Beethoven

WA Mozart (1756-1791)

KV 421


Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)

Op.76 N. 5


Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

 Op. 95 “Quartetto serioso”


April 5,19,26

May 3,10,17,24,31

June 7,14,21,28

July 5,12,19

Aug 2,9,16,23,30

Sep 6,13,20,27


On historical instruments

On period instruments


Program Schubert & Beethoven

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

D 804 "Rosamunde"


Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

Op. 18 N. 4


April 7,21,28

May 5,12,19,26

June 2,9,16,23,30

July 7,14,21,28

Aug 4,11,18,25

Sep 1,8,15,22,29


Program Haydn & Schubert

Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)

Op. 20 N. 2


Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

D 810 "Death and the Maiden"/ "Death and the Maiden"


April 3,10,17,24

May 1,8,15,22,29

June 5,12,19,26

July 3,10,17,24,31

Aug 7,14,21,28

Sep 4,11,18,25


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Pepa Georgieff
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St. Annes´s Church

St. Anne's Church (German: Annakirche) is located in Vienna, Austria, and has been administered by the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales since 1906. A relic of Saint Anne—her right hand—is kept in a rich Baroque setting and exhibited every year on July 26.

St. Anne's chapel existed since 1320. In 1518, the Gothic church was consecrated on the occasion of Saint Anne's Day (26 July). The church was administered first by the Poor Clare Sisters, then by the Jesuits. Between 1629 and 1634, the Jesuits started the Baroquisation of the Gothic church. After a fire in 1747, Pozzo's pupil Christoph Tausch transformed it into late baroque using trompe l'oeil techniques. On 25 June 1747 lightning struck the tower of the church, burning down the roof framing but leaving intact the frescos. In 1751, Daniel Gran began the renovation of the interior, blackened by candle smoke. After starting to work in the church in 1897, the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales received the church in 1906.

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