Fotocollage Mozart Wohnhaus und Mozarts Geburtshaus

Visit the Mozart Museums!

Mozart’s Birthplace and the Mozart Residence are awaiting you. Open daily!

Mozart Week 2025

The Mozart Week 2024 came to a successful end on 5 February with a magnificent final concert.

The next Mozart Week will take place from 23 January to 2 February 2025; the programme will be presented in mid-May.

Mozart Portrait von Joseph Lange

Wolfgang Amadé Mozart

Find interesting facts about Wolfgang Amadé Mozart – his biography, information about his family and his compositions and entertaining videos.

Trio Callas on March 7

With piano trios from different eras, the three musicians demonstrate an impressive range of their already developed repertoire – at the concert on 7 March in the Villa Vicina with Mozart, Ravel and Brahms.


A special exhibition on the portrait “Mozart in Verona”,
which remains in Salzburg as a sensational permanent loan
From 24 November 2023 to 25 February 2024 in the Mozart Residence.

Concerts & Events

Mozart Week

Concert Season

Educational programme

Mozart Museums

Mozart’s Birthplace

Mozart Archive

Documentation of Mozart's life and work.

Original instruments

Among the most valuable pieces of the collection are Mozart's original instruments: his grand piano, his concert violins and others.

Mozart Residence

Autograph vault

The treasury of the Mozarteum Salzburg foundation.

Mozart sound and film collection

Over 45,000 sound and data carriers.


Digital Mozart-Edition

Collecting - Documenting - Editing - Presenting. The research department of the International Mozarteum Foundation is a multifaceted competence center.

Bibliotheca Mozartiana

The library is open to all interested parties. The books and scores may be consulted in the reading room of the library but may not be borrowed.


International Projects

The Salzburg Foundation’s international projects are an important pillar of its work, helping to foster an understanding of Wolfgang Amadé Mozart as man and artist through cooperative ventures that extend beyond national frontiers.

Mozart Communities

Approximately 80 Mozart associations worldwide have as their common goal the cultivation and dissemination of Mozart’s musical heritage.