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Vienna is a city where the past and the future live side by side. The pulsating metropolis, once centre of the Habsburg empire, has a rich cultural
The premiere of Gaetano Donizetti’s opera Anna Bolena marked the start of the spring and summer Opera season in Vienna.
A 78-year-old Austrian construction mogul has invited “Ruby the Heartbreaker”, the 18-year-old at the centre of the Silvio Berlusconi “bunga bunga”
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ÖAMTC helicopter just before take off in Liesinger Platz in Vienna. By Selim Babacan
The work of Austrian artist Egon Schiele is currently on show in Vienna. Born in 1890, Schiele, along with Gustav Klimt and Oskar Kokoschka, was one
Peter Alexander, one of Austria’s most famous entertainers, has died aged 84.
Known as Peter the Great to his fans, he appeared in up to 50 films
US shock-rocker Marilyn Manson has launched his first show as a painter in the Austrian capital Vienna.
Entitled “Genealogies of Pain”, it is a
The VPO is moving on: the Vienna Philharmonic is still one of the world’s top orchestras, boasting that special Viennese sound; and still synonymous
Please find a few excerpts in English from our interview with Albena Danailova, ‘concertmistress’ of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, and Dr
Visitors to Vienna will continue to enjoy one of the Austrian capital’s main attractions after it managed to drag itself out of massive debt.
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Students in Austria have been joined by their university professors and deans to protest a budget freeze for higher education.
They say mass staff
The story of an Austrian girl held captive as a slave for eight years will be made into a film.
Due to hit the big screen in 2012, Natascha
The Austrian girl kidnapped and held as a slave for more than eight years is set to tell her story tonight. Natascha Kampusch will read extracts from
The Linzer Klangwolke (lLinz Cloud of Sound) is a open-air musical event with visual representations that is held each year in early September in the
A close friend of the man who abducted Natascha Kampusch has been cleared by Austrian judges of helping the kidnapper evade justice.
The man, known
A Green member of the Austrian parliament has leaked documents relating to the Natascha Kampusch kidnapping. They suggest police silenced the lead
Here are a few extra excerpts from our interview with conductor Riccardo Muti and with mezzo-soprano Elisabeth Kulman.
Ninety years old this year it may be, but the Salzburg Festival remains as fit as a fiddle.
Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice is among the operas
With plenty of passion and acres of flesh, Alban Berg’s opera ‘Lulu’ premiered at the Salzburg Festival in Austria. The modern interpretation by