In fact, they even promote the creation of such things. It was seen as a very liberal city. The emperor at the time, Emperor Joseph II encouraged distinct musical presentations. He love music and supported new musical contributions to a great extent throughout Vienna. He even had Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, write an opera using the German language instead of the normal Italian language.
The Viennese soon saw theatres that hosted premieres featuring Mozart operas, clarinet and basset horn player Anton Stadler, and the forte piano with Joann Andreas Stein. The Viennese opened their eyes up to an entirely new musical culture and things in the music world were changed forever. I believe that the promotion of such musical creativity in the 18th century became part of the reason that our musical society is what it is today. Creativity is at the heart of musicians everywhere and we continue to be encouraged to break the mould and enter new musical