25 NovYou don’t tell the age of a lady….

The Grande Dame des Rhythm and Blues celebrates a round birthday. Of course we won’t tell you what she’s like. We…

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22 NovViennese Ronacher Theater: CATS – A legend returns!

The German-language premiere took place directly after London and New York in Vienna and ran for seven years without interruption. And…

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22 NovPatron saint of musicians: Saint Cecilia of Rome

According to ecclesiastical tradition, Saint Cecilia (Ceacilia) was a virgin and martyr who lived in Rome in the 3rd century and…

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20 NovVienna was celebrating, while a drama ended in Stalingrad.

On November 19, 1942, the Russians began a pincer-shaped large-scale offensive in Stalingrad in the northwest and south of the city….

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26 NovA christmas choral document from the Salzkammergut

The inner Salzkammergut stretches from Ebensee (Upper Austria) to Bad Aussee (Styria) and is rich in a grown folk culture that…

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23 NovThanksgiving in autumn: a festival for musicians!

From the office window you can see how the foehn storm whirls up the leaves. It seems as if they are…

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14 NovExciting stories from old times

Nothing is more beautiful than when the audience gets to hear exciting stories. For example those from the war between the…

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28 OctJapanese publisher cooperates with Holland

Often the paths are very winding. For example, if you need notes from Japan. The delivery goes from the publisher “Brain…

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16 OctThe “golden voice from Prague”: on the death of Karel Gott

In 1958 Karel Gott’s career began with performances in Prague dance cafés. The following year he attracted the attention of Czechoslovak…

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