|Coat of arms||Location|
|Area||25.76 km2 (9.9 sq mi)|
|Elevation||696 m (2284 ft)|
|Population||1,900 (1 November 2006)|
|- Density||74 /km² (191 /sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
Schwarzenberg is a village in the Bregenzerwald, Vorarlberg, Austria, part of the district Bregenz. As of 2002 it has a population of 1,805. The village center is heritage-protected for its clapboard houses.
In Schwarzenberg Angelika Kauffmann (*1741, October 30, in Chur / Switzerland; †1807, November 5, in Rome) grew up. She is broadly acknowledged as the most important female painter in 18. Century. In Schwarzenberg her father, also a painter, taught her and helped her to create her first paintings. In the church of the village there are mural paintings of father and daughter to admire. The concert hall is named after her.
Here annually the world-famous lied- and chamber-music-festival Schubertiade Schwarzenberg takes place, with performances of artists like Alfred Brendel, Emerson String Quartet, Michael Schade, Robert Holl, Angelika Kirchschlager, Thomas Quasthoff.