Welcome to the Concerts at Five!
On 10 August 1983 the Johann-Michael-Haydn-Society was founded. Its main aim has always been that of a museum that shows the importance of Michael Haydn’s life and work as a leading musician in Salzburg between the years 1763 and 1806. Additionally, the society organizes recitals with young musicians and supports research work on the Music History of Salzburg, which is published in a musicological series called “Denkmäler der Musik in Salzburg” later on. Michael Haydn’s life, his work and times are being displayed in a (since 2006) newly-designed exhibition at the Johann-Michael-Haydn-Museum in the courtyard of the Abbey of St. Peter in Salzburg:
Johann Michael Haydn: His Life - His Work - His Time.
The exhibition will reopen on 1st May
Concerts at Five
Between 1st July and 21st Sept. recitals take place in the concert room of the museum. International artists perform works of great European and predominantly Salzburg composers on original instruments.
daily at 5 pm, except on Wednesdays. Length of recitals: approx. one hour.
adults: € 15
adults with Salzburg-Card: € 12
pupils/students: € 10
pupils/students with Salzburg-Card: € 8
Children up to 10 years: free of charge
With the concert ticket free admission to the museum is granted.