European Capital of Culture Bad Ischl – Salzkammergut 2024

The opening marathon is finished. The “Bad Ischl – Salzkammergut“ European Capital of Culture year kicked off in Bad Ischl on the weekend of January 19-21, 2024 with a whole series of events.

Who am I anyway?

Who am I anyway?

The director, author and performer Franz von Strolchen alias Christian Winkler created with the production “The Ship of Theseus” a post-dramatic piece on the topic of Roma.

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Orlando’s Vienna Stroll

Orlando’s Vienna Stroll

Many of us don’t have the best memories of the lockdown era. That’s not the case for Ece Anisoglu and Julia Pacher. After all, they developed “The Orlando Project” together when culture was at a standstill on the outside. Now it had its open-air premiere in Vienna in August.

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When the risotto starts to smell

When the risotto starts to smell

Carmen C. Kruse and Manuel Zwerger achieved the feat of coupling a VR performance with a live experience. European Kitchen Encounters: VR_Bania became a not only theatrical but also epicurean experience for the audience on the occasion of the ‘Musiktheatertage Wien’.

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Chornobyldorf – a look back and one forward

Chornobyldorf – a look back and one forward

The threat to the earth posed by technological progress, hybrid forms of human beings who practise art genres that can nevertheless never be animated by them, but “Chornobyldorf” contains all this and much more. Apart from all artistic intention, the piece is also a strong commitment to Europe.

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A recurring sacrifice in new guise

A recurring sacrifice in new guise

Dada Masilo, the South African dancer and choreographer, has made a name for herself in recent years with new interpretations of classical ballets. With “Swanlake”, “Carmen” and “Giselle”, she set strong, new interpretative scents. With “The Sacrifice”, a new arrangement of the “Sacre du Printemps”, she wanted to explore what sacrifices we are prepared to make today.

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Disappeared impulse givers

Disappeared impulse givers

In 2022, the Impulstanz Festival had invited Lenio Kaklea, a dancer and choreographer from Greece, to Vienna, as it had several times before. She was joined by the French pianist and composer of British origin, Orlando Bass, who performed live on a prepared piano.

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Memories in a row

Memories in a row

This year, the Impulstanz Festival is showing productions by international dance greats like a non-stop stream. Wim Vandekeybus was represented with two new works. After his show ‘Hands do not touch your precious Me’, he showed “Scattered Memories” at the Volkstheater – a retrospective of 35 years of Ultima Vez.

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Animalistic and cool calculation

Animalistic and cool calculation

Dark, threatening, somnambulistic, powerful and poetic. This is how “Hands do not touch your precious me” presents itself with the eponymous subtitle “The mingled universe of Wim Vandekeybus, Charo Calvo & Olivier de Sagazan”.

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An animal election campaign

An animal election campaign

When it comes to voting, one is spoilt for choice in the truest sense of the word. Right, left, moderate, up or down, established party or newcomer – you should at least familiarize yourself with their election programmes. The Schubert Theatre, specialised in puppet theatre for adults, presents its audience with a special treat with “Election Campaign of the Animals”.

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Demon Radio Colorful outside and deep black inside

Demon Radio
Colorful outside and deep black inside

The Steirischer Herbst23 features a wealth of performances in the three weeks it lasts. At the same time, however, there are also static exhibitions that have a special feature. Everything that can be seen at the exhibition venues has a reference to Graz. This is probably a unique curatorial perspective that is not found to the same extent at other festivals, and for the most part not at all.

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Who am I anyway?

Who am I anyway?

The director, author and performer Franz von Strolchen alias Christian Winkler created with the production “The Ship of Theseus” a post-dramatic piece on the topic of Roma.

read more
Orlando’s Vienna Stroll

Orlando’s Vienna Stroll

Many of us don’t have the best memories of the lockdown era. That’s not the case for Ece Anisoglu and Julia Pacher. After all, they developed “The Orlando Project” together when culture was at a standstill on the outside. Now it had its open-air premiere in Vienna in August.

read more
When the risotto starts to smell

When the risotto starts to smell

Carmen C. Kruse and Manuel Zwerger achieved the feat of coupling a VR performance with a live experience. European Kitchen Encounters: VR_Bania became a not only theatrical but also epicurean experience for the audience on the occasion of the ‘Musiktheatertage Wien’.

read more
Chornobyldorf – a look back and one forward

Chornobyldorf – a look back and one forward

The threat to the earth posed by technological progress, hybrid forms of human beings who practise art genres that can nevertheless never be animated by them, but “Chornobyldorf” contains all this and much more. Apart from all artistic intention, the piece is also a strong commitment to Europe.

read more
A recurring sacrifice in new guise

A recurring sacrifice in new guise

Dada Masilo, the South African dancer and choreographer, has made a name for herself in recent years with new interpretations of classical ballets. With “Swanlake”, “Carmen” and “Giselle”, she set strong, new interpretative scents. With “The Sacrifice”, a new arrangement of the “Sacre du Printemps”, she wanted to explore what sacrifices we are prepared to make today.

read more
Disappeared impulse givers

Disappeared impulse givers

In 2022, the Impulstanz Festival had invited Lenio Kaklea, a dancer and choreographer from Greece, to Vienna, as it had several times before. She was joined by the French pianist and composer of British origin, Orlando Bass, who performed live on a prepared piano.

read more
Memories in a row

Memories in a row

This year, the Impulstanz Festival is showing productions by international dance greats like a non-stop stream. Wim Vandekeybus was represented with two new works. After his show ‘Hands do not touch your precious Me’, he showed “Scattered Memories” at the Volkstheater – a retrospective of 35 years of Ultima Vez.

read more
Animalistic and cool calculation

Animalistic and cool calculation

Dark, threatening, somnambulistic, powerful and poetic. This is how “Hands do not touch your precious me” presents itself with the eponymous subtitle “The mingled universe of Wim Vandekeybus, Charo Calvo & Olivier de Sagazan”.

read more
Orlando’s Vienna Stroll

Orlando’s Vienna Stroll

Many of us don’t have the best memories of the lockdown era. That’s not the case for Ece Anisoglu and Julia Pacher. After all, they developed “The Orlando Project” together when culture was at a standstill on the outside. Now it had its open-air premiere in Vienna in August.

read more
When the risotto starts to smell

When the risotto starts to smell

Carmen C. Kruse and Manuel Zwerger achieved the feat of coupling a VR performance with a live experience. European Kitchen Encounters: VR_Bania became a not only theatrical but also epicurean experience for the audience on the occasion of the ‘Musiktheatertage Wien’.

read more
Chornobyldorf – a look back and one forward

Chornobyldorf – a look back and one forward

The threat to the earth posed by technological progress, hybrid forms of human beings who practise art genres that can nevertheless never be animated by them, but “Chornobyldorf” contains all this and much more. Apart from all artistic intention, the piece is also a strong commitment to Europe.

read more
A recurring sacrifice in new guise

A recurring sacrifice in new guise

Dada Masilo, the South African dancer and choreographer, has made a name for herself in recent years with new interpretations of classical ballets. With “Swanlake”, “Carmen” and “Giselle”, she set strong, new interpretative scents. With “The Sacrifice”, a new arrangement of the “Sacre du Printemps”, she wanted to explore what sacrifices we are prepared to make today.

read more
Disappeared impulse givers

Disappeared impulse givers

In 2022, the Impulstanz Festival had invited Lenio Kaklea, a dancer and choreographer from Greece, to Vienna, as it had several times before. She was joined by the French pianist and composer of British origin, Orlando Bass, who performed live on a prepared piano.

read more
Memories in a row

Memories in a row

This year, the Impulstanz Festival is showing productions by international dance greats like a non-stop stream. Wim Vandekeybus was represented with two new works. After his show ‘Hands do not touch your precious Me’, he showed “Scattered Memories” at the Volkstheater – a retrospective of 35 years of Ultima Vez.

read more
An animal election campaign

An animal election campaign

When it comes to voting, one is spoilt for choice in the truest sense of the word. Right, left, moderate, up or down, established party or newcomer – you should at least familiarize yourself with their election programmes. The Schubert Theatre, specialised in puppet theatre for adults, presents its audience with a special treat with “Election Campaign of the Animals”.

read more

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