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Bregenz

(brā`gĕnts), city (1991 pop. 26,775), capital of Vorarlberg province, extreme W Austria, on Lake Constance (Bodensee). It is a lake port with winter and summer sports facilities and is the site of a well-known summer arts festival. Bregenz has industries that manufacture textiles, electrical goods, and machinery. There is a large hydroelectric plant nearby. Located on a site settled in the Bronze Age, Bregenz was chartered c.1200 and in 1726 became the administrative center of Vorarlberg. Nearby is the Bregenz Forest, a densely wooded highland noted for its scenic beauty.

Bregenz

a resort in W Austria, the capital of Vorarlberg province. Pop.: 26 752 (2001)
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The Bregenz Festival's 7,000 seat open-air amphitheatre was sold out for all 28 performances of Carmen, and the opera is slated to run 26 times on the Lake Stage next summer.
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He will perform in Munich on April 21, in Amsterdam on April 23, in Dusseldorf on April 24, in Frankfurt on April 29, in Bregenz, Austria on May 6 and in Hasselt, Belgium on May 8.
The new staff will be at the site in Friedrichshafen and at the headquarters in Bregenz.
We chose the Great Eye that gazes back at you from this month's cover-part of a spectacular set by Johannes Leiacker for an upcoming production of Puccini's Tosca on a floating stage at the Bregenz Festival on Lake Constance in Austria (see page 42)--to represent the vast diversity of theatrical activity that audiences around the world will be experiencing in the coming summer months: performances of every imaginable kind at dozens of theatre festivals, domestic and abroad, catalogued in our annual, annotated pre-season listings.
BREGENZ, Austria A Bregenzer Festspiele presentation of an opera in three acts with music by Giacomo Puccini, libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica, based on the play by Victorien Sardou.
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