Café Mozart has been privileged to perform to audiences in many striking, beautiful, and unusual venues. Below is just a sample of such places :

Das Accouchierhaus, Göttingen, Lower Saxony, Germany (Germany's second oldest university maternity clinic from the mid-18th century, it now houses the Music Department)

Aston University

Austrian Trade Commission, London SW7

Bishop's Palace, Bishop Auckland, Co Durham

Bodleian Library, [Convocation House], Oxford (here Charles I held his Parliament in the 1640s)

Broadcasting House 2 (almost 80 years to the day since Henry Hall had played the first live music in the original Broadcasting House, Café Mozart with Dame Emma Kirkby was invited to play the first music from the then still unopened New Broadcasting House. Still to be found on YouTube)

Charterhouse, (Queen Mary University of London)

Crediton Arts Centre, Devon

Csopak, Protestant Templom, Lake Balaton, Hungary

Dorney Court, Bucks (scene of umpteen period dramas on TV)

Durham University, Music Department Palace Green

The Courtyard Arts Centre, Hereford

The Dungeon of the Curfew Tower, Windsor Castle

English-Speaking Union, Headquarters, London

Erdődy Palace, Budapest (now home of the Musicological Institute). Both Haydn and Beethoven were associated with this powerful family

Flemish Weaver Pub, Corsham Festival, Wilts

Hambleden Church (often featured in Midsomer Murders!)

The Holywell Music Room, Oxford (the oldest dedicated concert venue in UK)

The Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, London

Johanneskirche, Wolfenbüttel, Lower Saxony, Germany In this beautiful little church is the tombstone for the composer Johann Rosenmüller (c1619-84)

Der Leisserhof, Donnerskirchen, Burgenland, Austria. Surely the only vineyard housing a Haydn Museum in its cellar! Here the wine that was part of Haydn's stipend was kept, as the cellars in Eszterháza were prone to flooding …

The Lion Hotel, Shrewsbury. Café Mozart in the footsteps of Paganini and Dame Nellie Melba

Malmesbury Abbey

Manchester Conference Centre, for Literary & Philosophic Society

Manchester University, Concert Hall of Music Department

Minchinhampton Parish Church

Monoszló, Winery and Conference Centre Liszkay, Hungary.

Newcastle, Literary & Philosophic Society

New College, Oxford, Ante-Chapel

Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich

The Orangery, Cliveden, Berks (concert for Anglo-Austrian Society)

The Romano-Christian 4th century Catacombs, Pécs, Hungary (the first time we had been asked to play underground!)

Royal Festival Hall, London (Pre-concert event in the Auditorium for the London Philharmonic's performance of "The Seasons" by Haydn)

Royal Society of Musicians, London (official entertainment by Café Mozart following the unveiling of the Haydn plaque in Soho)

Residence of the Austrian Ambassador, London

Rycote Park, nr Thame, Oxon. This extensive estate was the home of Haydn's friend and patron, the 4th Earl of Abingdon. Our CD “Haydn à l'anglaise” [see DISCOGRAPHY] was recorded in the beautiful chapel, thanks to the generosity of the current owners

St Anne's Lutheran Church,
Gresham St, London

St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle

St John's, Smith Square, London

St John's College, Oxford

St Mary-at-Hill, Lovat Lane, London

St Peter's Church, St Albans

Stabkirche, Hahnenklee, Goslar, Germany. This famous “Staff Church” is inspired by traditional Norwegian wooden churches

Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge

The list could go on, but 'enough is enough' to show the variety of venues in which we have played.