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Van Morrison

(c) Wiener Konzerthaus / Lukas Beck

Van Morrison - singer, songwriter, poet, author and multi-instrumentalist - is considered one of the most important artists of our time.
He was born in Belfast in 1945 and already as a child listened to his father's record collection, which included mainly blues, country and gospel and had a lasting impact on his style. At the tender age of 13, Van Morrison was already part of several bands as a singer, guitarist and saxophonist. In 1964, he formed Them before launching his solo career and releasing timeless hits like "Brown Eyed Girl," "Moondance" and "Into The Mystic."
During his career, Van Morrison received several Grammys, a Brit Award, an entry in the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame and was awarded numerous other prizes and Queen Elizabeth II recognized him with the honor of knighthood. Some of his albums are counted among the most important of the entire rock'n'roll canon and more than 150 of his songs can be heard in major motion pictures.

Venue

Vienna Konzerthaus

Grosser Saal
Lothringerstraße 20
1030 Wien

Current Dates

  • Tue. 18 Apr 2023, 8 p.m.