Concerthall Sala Terrena in the Mozarthouse in Vienna
The Sala Terrena (from Ital.: ground floor hall), located in the historic inner city, nearby St. Stephen s Cathedral and Hofburg, is part of the convent of the Deutscher Ritterorden and was built in the second half of the 12th century. Built in Venetian Mannerism style you see strong influences from the baroque age. Its beautifully designed frescos, which show rich ornamentation and scenes of the mythology, create an excellent ambience for enjoying high standard music. Experience baroque art and lifestyle with all your senses.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart´s performance at the Sala Terrena
By orders of bishop Colloredo of Salzburg, one of the most important sponsors of the Mozart family, Wolfgang went to live in Vienna. In 1781 he stayed in the quarters of the convent assigned to him. Amadeus performed several concerts in this magnificent, and one of the oldest concert halls in Vienna.