Vienna Philharmonic To Resume Live Performances On June 5th
The Vienna Philharmonic has announced it will resume live performances for live audiences at the Musikverein Concert Hall on June 5th
The Vienna Philharmonic has today announced that it will resume live performances for live audiences at the Musikverein Concert Hall on June 5th.
In compliance with Austria's current COVID-19 social distancing regulations, the audience for all upcoming performances will be restricted to no more than 100 guests.
All members attending also will be required to wear a mask when entering the building - and concerts will be limited to a maximum of 70 minutes without an intermission to minimize crowd gatherings.
"We are very pleased that after a long break, our concert activity will gradually resume in June with individual concerts performed before small audiences in the Musikverein," a spokesperson for the ensemble has today said.
The orchestra's first concert will feature Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.27 and Beethoven’s Symphony No.5 - performed and led by soloist and conductor Daniel Barenboim.