Direction: Dietrich Hilsdorf
Stage : Dieter Richter
Costumes: Renate Schmitzer
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Giuseppe Verdi, the Volksoper is including a classic in its programme: in the early 1850s, "Il trovatore", together with "Rigoletto" and "La Traviata" set the scene for Verdi’s worldwide success. The action centres on two brothers who have become unaware of the fact that they are related. The troubadour Manrico thinks he is the son of the gypsy Azucena, who is obsessed by the idea of revenging the death of her child. (Volksoper Wien)
Advance sales start from the first of each month for performances both for the current month and also the following month (for October performances from September 1st, tickets for September may be purchased from June 1st since July and August are holiday months.
Box Offices:1., Operngasse 2 & Volksoper (9., Währinger Strasse 78) & Burgtheater (1., Universitätsring 2): Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat, Sun & holiday 9 a.m.-noon / Telephone ticket sales for holders of credit cards beginning one day after the start of advance sales: +43 1 513 1 513, Monday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. /Tickets for standing room are available only from the evening box office. The box office opens one hour before the performance starts.
Internet ticket sales - see web-addresses below
Tickets & Info
- 4 - 86 €
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- Information: +43 1 51444-3670
- Tickets (credit card): +43 1 513 1 513
VenueWähringer Straße 78
- Wed. 01 Oct 2014, 7 p.m.
- Sun. 05 Oct 2014, 6 p.m.
- Sun. 12 Oct 2014, 7 p.m.