The Peterskirche (or St. Peter's Church) is one of the oldest churches in Vienna, Austria. This Baroque-style church was inspired by the St. Peter's Basilica of the Vatican and is nestled in the centre of Petersplatz square. The breathtaking interior includes a Baroque organ built in 1751, a kaleidoscope of colors, and beautiful domed ceiling. Peterskirche offers incredible acoustics and frequently hosts organ recitals, choir performances, operas, and other events. The first church on this site appeared in the late 4th century, making this a truly unique opportunity to perform in one of the area's most historic venues.