The 287 sqm Karajan Saal on the first floor of Salzburg Congress can be adapted to serve a whole range of events with a wide variety of seating formats, including theatre, classroom and banquet seating.
The Karajan Saal the third-largest conference room at Salzburg Congress and its potential for transformability is almost unlimited. Mobile walls and a seamless link to the adjacent exhibition foyer yield options for several sophisticated and detailed solutions.
The venue can be divided into two halls – one with 94 sqm and the other with 104 sqm - or can be used as one single hall that offers 287 sqm, accommodating up to 324 guests. High-grade oiled acacia board flooring in the entire hall facilitates a seamless link-up with the exhibition foyer.
On request, structural transformation of the hall can also be conducted by our team during an on-going event.
The hall has direct access to a freight lift.
Herbert von Karajan
The name Herbert von Karajan (1908 – 1989) is inextricably associated with Salzburg. He is considered to have been one of the most eminent Austrian conductors of the 20th century.
Born in Salzburg, Karajan’s influence upon, and predominance in the cultural life of the city were undeniably unique. From 1956 to 1960 he was the artistic director of the Salzburg Festival, and from 1964 until 1988 was a member of the organisation’s board of directors. He was responsible for the establishment of both the Salzburg Easter Festival and the Salzburg Whitsuntide Festival. Herbert von Karajan’s grave can be found in Anif, a village on the outskirts of Salzburg, and is still visited by fans from all over the world.
|Conference room||Height||Length & Width||sq. m.||Theatre||Classroom||Banquet|
|Karajan Saal||3.40||20.45 x 14.05||287||324||180||160|
14.05 x 6.42
|Karajan 2||3.40||14.05 x 7.40||104||81||64||60|
|Karajan 3||3.40||14.05 x 6.42||90||63||42||40|