It felt like the most wonderful gift for our centenary that we could resoundingly demonstrate the power of the arts exactly 100 years after our founding, and thus reinvigorate the Festival’s founding idea in a truly remarkable way.
Immediately after its premiere in London, CATS began a triumphal march around the world that was so unprecedented that it revolutionized the entire musical world. The legendary play was awarded all major theater awards, including seven “Tony® Awards” - including “Best Musical” - as well as three “Olivier Awards”, three “Drama Desk Awards”, an “Evening Standard Award” and much more. excellent.
Spanish Riding School in Vienna is the only institution in the world which has practiced for over 430 years and continues to cultivate classical equitation in the Renaissance tradition of the haute école.
The Schlosskonzerte Mirabell are with over 230 concerts a year, held in the most beautiful concert hall – the Marble Hall at Mirabell Palace, one of the world's largest concert series. Listening to one of our Salzburger Schlosskonzerte you will leave your everyday worries behind and enjoy the only universal language – Music!
The Mozart Dinner Concert is unique in Salzburg. Visiting our performance you will be taken back to Mozart’s time.
Enjoy an evening likely to have taken place in 1790 - in the candlelit baroquehall, having a dinner based on historical recipes, listening to a concert with musicians in period costumes and the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Since its premiere in Vienna in 1992, ELISABETH has been delighting audiences worldwide with games in Belgium, China, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, South Korea, Sweden and Switzerland in a total of seven languages and more than 11 million internationally visitors. In 1996 she celebrated with the Japanese premiere of the very first premiere of a self-production of Vereinigte Bühnen Wien outside of Austria.
Musical by Harold Arlen
In German language
"The Wizard of Oz" by L. Frank Baum is America's most famous fairy tale, which gained cult status worldwide through the film adaptation with the young Judy Garland (1939). The best-known song from it, "Over the Rainbow" by Harold Arlen and Yip Harburg, was awarded the Oscar in 1940. The stage adaptation of the masterpiece in the production of Henry Mason and in the stage design of Jan Maier also became an audience hit for the whole family at the Volksoper.
Subject to change.
Three Puzzles depicts the mysterious princess and turns around the place on the throne next to her stops. Those who can not solve the puzzle lose their lives under the inexorable sword of the executioner. The spilled blood of hundreds of aspirants soaks the streets of Beijing, the Chinese people groan under the tyrannical rule of the icy princess.