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Vienna Opera inspirations how tradition meets technology

 I have been invited to join a group of  Bloggers and Instagramers for an exclusive Vienna State Opera tour. Whilst I have been enjoying the Opera many times from a traditional perspective this time we were invited to see the places which are not accessible to the public.  There are over 350 performances on the programme during the 2016/2017 season, including 221 opera performances, 57 ballet performances, 7 concerts, 6 vocal matinées and 10 chamber music matinées. So a lot of things to discover in the background.

Video Inspiration

Have a look at the video of our tour including a spectacular rooftop view all over Vienna. Its my first video recorded, cut and edited on Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge with Adobe Premiere Clip . I do plan a detailed post on how to record, cut and edit videos on a smartphone.

Watch this video on YouTube.

 

Central Opera Electricity room

It supplies all of the electricity. In full operation mode the Opera consumes more electricity then a city of the size of  St.Poelten.

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Backstage

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Magnificent auditorium view

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Tea Salon where the Emperor Franz Joseph and his guests enjoyed tea time.

It is a beautiful room with the ceiling and walls decorated with 22 carat gold leaves. See Blogger and Instagrammer at work!

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 View from the roof of the Vienna Opera

In the back the famous St. Stephens Cathedral

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Thanks Samsung Austria for the great tour and collaboration!

 

 

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