Beethovenplatz 1. 1010 Vienna
Neo-Gothic brick building (free-standing building block with richly structured Mittelrisalit), examination room in English-Gothic style with open roof, built 1863-1866 by Friedrich von Schmidt.
Large courtyard, beautiful chapel (glass painting by Remigius Geyling) and fountain (reminiscent of well houses medieval monastery courtyards); Mural by Josef Mathias von Trenkwald.
On the initiative of the director Aloys Capellmann (1858), Franz Joseph I had granted on January 12, 1862, the transfer of land in the city extension zone and on May 27, 1863 approved the commencement of construction; on 17 October 1866 the building was handed over to its purpose.
Imperial Hall is suitable for classical concerts.
The perfect acoustics of the hall is an important prerequisite for qulitative concerts.