"Musikverein Goldener Saal"
IMPERIAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, is one of Austria’s finest film music and classical orchestras, situated in the heart of Europe.
Renowned musicians of famous Viennese and international ensembles, make IMPERIAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA one of the finest orchestras Vienna has to offer.
Vienna isn’t called the “capital of music” for nothing. It is no coincidence that a great, if not the greatest, film music composer was Viennese: Erich Wolgang Korngold.
This ensemble wants to travel the world to provide folks with stunning music and perform the finest pieces that the movie music field has to offer.
Currently the “IMPERIAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA” is performing in Vienna their next destination being the beautiful country of Russia.
IMPERIAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA is renowned for their class and style.
Offering popular movie music and also famous Viennese classical music (upon request), they surely meet everyone’s taste and capture audiences, both, young and old.
Ranging from the quartett to a symphony orchestra: We musically accompany all kinds of events.
Imperial Philharmonic can be booked for large, but also intimate events, for concert halls, venues, gala concerts and benefit concerts, among others.
If you are interested in the orchestra or have any questions regarding the ensemble, reservations/bookings or other inquiries, please feel free to contact us!
Every December we play our traditional Christmas concert in the Golden Hall of the Viennese Musikverein and each January we celebrate the beginning of the new year with Strauß & Co.
Wiener Musikverein, (English: “Viennese Music Association”), commonly just quoted The Musikverein, has a twofold meaning: it is the name of its famous Vienna concert hall, as well as the short name for the music society, Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde [Society of Music Lovers] which owns the building.
This building is located on Dumbastraße behind the Imperial Hotel, between Bösendorferstraße and Karlsplatz. However, because Bösendorferstraße is such a small street, the building is better known as being between Karlsplatz and Kärntner Ring (part of Ringstraße loop). The back of the building faces Canovagasse.
Our concert hall “ Musikverein Vienna-Golden Hall”
Musikvereinsplatz 1, 1010 Vienna
The concert hall was built by the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde Wien, on a piece of land given by Emperor Franz Joseph, and it was opened on January 6, 1870. A historic organ was installed in it by the Austrian firm Rieger, in 1907. The Musikverein is famous for its acoustics and is considered to be one of the three finest concert halls in the world, along with Boston’s Symphony Hall and Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw. It is the home to the Vienna Philharmonic.
The Große Musikvereinssaal, or Goldene Saal (Golden Hall), is forty-eight metres long, nineteen metres wide, and eighteen metres high. It has 1,744 seats and standing room for 300.
Every year, the Vienna New Year’s Concert is held here.
Since 2001, the building has been undergoing renovation,
and several new rehearsal and concert halls have been installed.
Since 1979 engagement as musician in the Viennese Theater company “Vereinigte Bühnen Wien”.
Since 1990 Director of music conservatory lower Austria Since 1986 Art Director of “Vienna Mozart Orchestra”.
Busy concert activity at home and abroad, all over the world in different Orchestras and Chambermusic formations as a clarinet player and as conductor as well.
Expert in Film and Musical Genre. Career experience in this Genres for 30 years in the best musical Show Orchestra of Europe.
Education: University of music in Vienna: Diploma for concert performance with Distinction.
Diploma for instrumental pedagogics with distinction.
Studies for orchestra conducting Magister Artium in Music Ethnology Publications: “Das einzigartige Buch vom Edlertrio” (Austrian Music Ethology) Annual Book for Austrian Music Ethology: “Das Edler Trio” A contribution to history of popular Music in Austria in the second half of the 20th century.
Foreign Studies: 1976 foreign year in Eastman school of music New York with focus on orchestra conducting.
Date of birth: 04/13/1993 Place of birth: Budapest, Hungary Nationality: Hungarian
• 2011-2016 conducting and coaching studies (Mark Stringer, Yuji Yuasa and Konrad Leitner) at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna
• 2007-2011 piano and composition studies at the Béla Bartók Music High School, Budapest
Zubin Mehta, Nikolás Pasquet, Bertrand de Billy, Johannes Schlaefli, Clark Rundell, Jeffery Meyer, Julius Kalmar, KS Axel Koehler
The demo shows members of the orchestra and demonstrates a piece of popular film music. Whoever knows the famous movie Forrest Gump might recognize the music in the video.
Somewhere In My Memory-„Home Alone“ IMPERIAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA “ THE VIPH’s”
„CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL” Imperial Philharmonic Orchestra
AUTUMN WITH VIENNESE CLASSIC
Other Concerts in Russia
MUSIKVEREIN GOLDENER SAAL
CHRISTMAS WITH THE IMPERIAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
MUSIKVEREIN GOLDENER SAAL
NEW YEAR’S OPENING WITH THE IMPERIAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA