Mozart Week

Mozart Week (Mozartwoche)

Last week in January
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756. Every January since 1956, his birthday has been celebrated by the people of Salzburg, Austria, where he was born, with a music festival devoted entirely to his works. Along with his chamber music and symphonies, Mozart's operas are often given in concert form. The festival also prides itself on presenting many of his lesser known works, which are seldom performed elsewhere.
The principle ensembles for the festival are the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Mozarteum Orchestra, under the leadership of both native and guest conductors. The concerts are given in a number of sites associated with Mozart's life, including the Mozarteum Building, St. Peter's Church, the Salzburg Cathedral, and even Mozart's home.
Organizers plan a huge celebration in 2006 for Mozart's 250th birthday anniversary.
International Mozarteum Foundation
Schwartzstrasse 26
Salzburg, A-5020 Austria
43-662-8894-00; fax: 43-662-8894-036
General Secretariat Mozart
Chiemseegasse 6
Salzburg, A-5020 Austria
43-662-8042-2006; fax: 43-662-8042-2861
Salzburg City Tourist Office
Auerspergstrasse 6
Salzburg, A-5020 Austria
43-662-8898-70; fax: 43-662-8898-732
MusFestEurBrit-1980, p. 22
Holidays, Festivals, and Celebrations of the World Dictionary, Fourth Edition. © 2010 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
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One is art and music festivals, such as the Mozart Week in Salzburg.
Rehm also excelled as an organiser of music festivals, such as the Kasseler Musiktage, and later the Salzburg Mozart Week.
These include Mozart Week, Salzburger Whitsun Festival, the Salzburg Easter Festival and Jazz and the City.
The most famous is the Mozart Week each January that honors the composer's birthday and kicks off the Salzburg music calendar.
Or can we look forward to Mozart week? I guess if you put two men of advancing years on the panel, this is the embarrassingly unfashionable show you'll end up with.
A unique co-production with the Salzburg Mozarteum, presented first in January as part of the annual Mozart Week, Lucio Silla, turned out to be a revelation to those on both sides of the footlights, triumphing over its implausible Giovanni de Gamerra libretto with a score of astonishing maturity.
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Then, at the end of January, comes Mozart Week to celebrate the composer's birthday - he arrived in 1756 - although they do seem to celebrate him all year round.
The Mozart Week, taking place every year in January in honor of the composer's January 27, 1756 birthday, is the first highlight in the Salzburg music calendar.
Naturally "Mozart Week," which takes place each January in honor of the composer's birthday, is the first highlight in the Salzburg music calendar.