In 1983 the musicians received the historic uniform of a prince-archbishop’s postilion from around 1780. This uniform has shaped the visual image of the Postmusik Salzburg to this day.
In 1984, the Postmusik Salzburg was the first symphonic wind orchestra to play in the Salzburg Festival Hall – it made wind music socially acceptable and helped it to gain appropriate attention in high culture. Symphonic wind music at the highest level has characterized this ensemble since then. Further concerts in national and international concert halls will follow.
In 1985 the Postmusik Salzburg finally became an independent association. Since then, the regular autumn concerts have taken place in the Great Conert Hall of the Mozarteum Salzburg.