Trumpet & Organ 2019 | Concerts in the Maltese Church 2019

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January 1970

Concerts with organ and trumpet in the Maltese Church in Vienna. 


The one-hour classical concert with organ and trumpet (famous works by Bach, Mozart, Handel and others) in the Maltese church is a true musical delight. 

Mr. Jan Blahuta (organist of the Maltese church) accompanies on the organ.
Freddy Staudigl (trumpet) studied trumpet at the Vienna University of Music and at Boston University. 

The concerts with organ and trumpet in the Maltese church are a wonderful setting for classical music. A highlight for many Austrians and tourists from all over the world and an enrichment for all music lovers. Convince yourself !


Duration: 1 hour 
free seating 


Program and cast

Organist of the Maltese Church

Mag. Thomas Dolezal ( Dommusicus St.Stephan, Diözesandirektor Eisenstadt ) oder

Mag. Ernst Wally  ( Domorganist St.Stephan ) oder

Mag. Robert Koizar ( Konzertorganist )

Trumpet, Freddy Staudigl 

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The Maltese Church

The Maltese Church (German: Malteserkirche (full name - Church of Saint John the Baptist) is a Roman Catholic Gothic church of the Knights Hospitaller in Vienna, on Kärntner Straße in the 1. Wiener Gemeindebezirk Innere Stadt.

The first church on this site is mentioned in 1217, as a "House of the Prueder of the Order of Saint John", a commandry to care and support crusaders. The current building was built in the mid 15th century. In the 17th century it was a favoured preaching location for Abraham a Sancta Clara. This building was rebuilt to fit contemporary taste in the Baroque era and in 1806, and the Kommendenhaus (1839) and parts of the church (1857) had stained glass added during the 19th century. The Order ran into financial trouble after the First World War and in 1933 had to sell the church and the Johanneshof, and the church was given over to other uses within a historical preservation order. It was bought back in 1960 and restored in stages in 1968, 1972 and 1983-84, finishing with a general restoration in 1998.

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