Hotspot for culture lovers: Hardly any other European metropolis has as many cultural offerings as Salzburg.
Numerous museums and galleries show a broad artistic spectrum, some in outstanding architecture.
Music is at home in Salzburg anyway, from July 17 to August 31, 2021, for example, with the Salzburg Festival.
And drama, ballet and musical theater are not only to be found in the Salzburg Landestheater.
Salzburg is a hotspot for culture lovers.
Singer songwriter Phil Luis from St. Johann im Pongau will present his new single “Alles Anders” at CSD Salzburg 2021. He wants to encourage people to break with classic prejudices and show tolerance towards human diversity and non-judgemental acceptance of different lifestyles. [Read more]
Love is in the Air is the motto of this year’s CSD Salzburg. Air acrobat Malin Brandl, 24 years old and a native of Salzburg, will also be in the air. She will float through the air on a trapeze at the rally after the parade on Pride Saturday 4.09. and will be an attractive highlight of the Pride weekend. [Read more]
Friday evening (16.07.2021) was the public dress rehearsal of the Salzburg Festival’s Jedermann 2021. The prelude and since 1920 the central play of the Salzburg Festival about the dying of the rich man. It was the fourth consecutive edition under director Michael Sturminger, which had to take place in the Großes Festspielhaus due to the weather. [Read more]
Salzburg Festival, Mozart Week, Jazz&The City, now (world-) renowned cultural formats in Salzburg. Now a new format is being added, the first Gallery Weekend Salzburg from 27 to 31 July 2021. The press release of the Gallery Weekend Salzburg describes the event as a walk through the world of art. [Read more]
On July 18, Salzburg will celebrate the traditional Festival Opening 2021, when the entire city will once again become a stage. Music, drama, readings, exhibitions and dance for free at 24 venues: for one day, Salzburgers and festival visitors can get in the mood for the festival summer at the Festival Opening Ceremony. [Read more]
The regional exhibition “Great World Theatre – 100 Years of the Salzburg Festival” is dedicated to the history of the world’s most important festival for classical music and the performing arts. Very vividly and authentically narrated, the exhibition provides a variety of views of the Salzburg Festival. [Read more]
“The team of the Salzburg Museum is in the starting blocks and is pleased that the individual locations of the museum will be able to gradually resume operations from mid-May. The current plan is to start on 16 May with the reopening of the Neue Residenz, the Panorama Museum, the [Read more]
With self-isolation and patience we go out of this strange year 2020. And full of hope for a life after Corona in 2021. The year 2020 also ends in Austria with a lockdown, forcing us to be self-isolated and patient – and at least offering hope for a better 2021. [Read more]
200 years of Salzburg music history in the DomQuartier. The exhibition “Music Everywhere!” highlights Salzburg’s musical history since Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau (r. 1587-1612), who created the basis for a long-lasting musical heyday with his new regulation of the “High Princely Musica”. [Read more]
Ian Davenport, a well-known representative of the “Young British Artists”, will be exhibiting at the Haas&Gschwandtner Gallery in Salzburg from 1 October. Ian Davenport was born in 1966 in Sidcup in the English county of Kent. He studied art at Northwich College of Art and Design and graduated from Goldsmith College at the University of London in 1988. [Read more]
“Come, marvel, experience” is the slogan of the Salzachgalerien on the banks of the Salzach between Markartsteg and Müllner Steg. Indeed, one is reminded of the atmosphere of the art market on the Seine in Paris, which the Salzachgalerien took as a model 20 years ago. Today, the art bazaar [Read more]
Power and tenderness is tango – in ten performances at the Salzburg Landestheater (State Theatre) until May 2022. The dancers of the Salzburg Ballet Ensemble will devote themselves to the “dance of dances” with passion and offer an exciting dance experience at the Salzburg Landestheater. [Read more]
76,500 visitors from 39 nations, 12 opera performances, 29 in the drama section, 53 concerts and 16 other events are the results in figures of this year’s Salzburg Festival, which ended last Sunday (Aug. 30). “We have all created something together in this special festival year at the Festival, [Read more]