Enjoy concerts and events in the historic ballroom
Dive into the impressive world of the historic Strauss-Ballroom at Gartenpalais Zögernitz.
Gartenpalais Zögernitz, an architectural masterpiece nestled amidst a picturesque garden, first opened its majestic doors on July 21, 1837. It quickly became a central meeting point for Vienna's high society and a symbol of cultural excellence. In this stunning setting, musical legends such as Carl Michael Ziehrer, Joseph Lanner, and even Johann Strauss Sr. and Jr. hosted balls that have gone down in the annals of Viennese cultural history.
Since 1967, the Strauss-Ballroom of Gartenpalais Zögernitz has also served as a backdrop for classical music vinyl recordings. Some of the most significant works of classical music, including standout recordings by Nikolaus Harnoncourt and his renowned "Concentus Musicus", were captured here.
After an extensive and meticulous renovation, carried out in close collaboration with the Federal Monuments Office, the ballroom of Gartenpalais Zögernitz now shines in new splendor. Special attention was paid to optimizing the already legendary acoustics, praised by many renowned musicians and critics.
In 2022, the ballroom was ceremoniously reopened and has since established itself as a venue for a wide range of festivities. From dazzling concerts and exclusive events to elegant balls, the hall at Gartenpalais Zögernitz offers an unparalleled experience. The combination of historical grandeur, modern flair, and technical refinements makes the Strauss-Ballroom one of Vienna's most sought-after event locations.
Visitors, artists, and organizers alike are captivated by the magnificence and uniqueness of the hall at Gartenpalais Zögernitz, which impresses not only with its rich history but also with its contemporary amenities and ambiance.