The most enchanting place to hear Mozart in Vienna (or anywhere, for that matter) is the exquisite 18th-century Sala Terrena of the Deutschordenskloster. In this tiny room—it seats no more than 50 people—a chamber group in historic costumes offers concerts in a jewel box overrun with rococo frescoes in the Venetian style. The concerts—offered Thursday, Friday, and Sunday at 7:30 and Saturday at 6—are scheduled by the nearby Mozarthaus. Said to be the oldest concert
hall in Vienna, the Sala Terrena is part of the German Monastery, where, in 1781, Mozart worked for his despised employer, Archbishop Colloredo of Salzburg.