Wien: Palais Lobkowitz

Country: Austria (Österreich)
State: Wien
City: Wien
Location: 1., Lobkowitz-Platz 2

Built 1694 by Giovanni Pietro Tencala as a city palace for Philipp Sigmund Graf von Dietrichstein. Ca. 1730 decoration of the "Festsaal" (also known as "Eroica-Saal" after Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 that was first performed there). From 1745, used as city palace by the Lobkowitz family. From the late 19th century, used by embassies and cultural institutes. 1979-1991 major renovation. Re-opened 26 Oct 1991 as a theatre museum, including the puppet theatre "Richard Teschners Figurenspiegel".

Notable world premieres:

  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 "Eroica" (private performance, 3 Jan 1805)
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 (private performance, 7 Mar 1807)

Links: www.theatermuseum.at

[Wien: Palais Lobkowitz / Theatermuseum] Reverse Text: "Österreichisches Theatermuseum im Palais Lobkowitz, Wien - Austrian Theatre Museum in Lobkowitz Palace, Vienna"
Publisher: Österreichisches Theatermuseum
Size: Modern
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[Wien: Palais Lobkowitz / Eroica-Saal] Reverse Text: "Österreichisches Theatermuseum im Palais Lobkowitz, Wien; Eroica-Saal, Uraufführungsort der 3. und 4. Symphonie Ludwig van Beethovens - Austrian Theatre Museum in Lobkowitz Palace, Vienna; Eroica Hall where Ludwig van Beethovens 3rd and 4th symphony were first produced"
Publisher: Österreichisches Theatermuseum
Size: Modern
Not sent.


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