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Summer Night ConcertSchönbrunn 2010Photos: Richard Schuster© Wiener Philharmoniker
With this free concert in a public place in Vienna the orchestra pursues a specific cultural policy objective by attempting to make classical music accessible to a broad spectrum of listeners and establish a following beyond its usual core audience. Clemens Hellsberg, Chairman of the Vienna Philharmonic says: "The beautiful location, the special flair of an open air concert and the free admission appeal to a large audience. With this concert we are hoping to attract people who otherwise do not have much opportunity to come in contact with classical music."
The concert is presented by Rolex. Since 2007, Rolex is the worldwide exclusive partner of the Vienna Philharmonic and through its commitment makes possible the realization of various projects, among them the Summer Night Concert Schönbrunn and the New Year's Concert. Free Admission Made Possible through Partners and SponsorsAdmission to the Summer Night Concert Schönbrunn is free for all those interested. For this reason, the Vienna Philharmonic relies on the support of additional partners for the organization of the concert. The Vienna Philharmonic wishes to thank the Cultural Department of the City of Vienna, the Office of the Federal Chancellery, the Ministry of Finance, the Schönbrunn Palace Office of Culture and Business, the Austrian Federal Gardens, the Austrian National Bank, the Austrian Mint and Palais Coburg for their support in the realization of this project. Without them, free admission for all visitors would not be possible.
Detailed information about the concert can be found on theWebsite of the Summer Night Concert Schönbrunn