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  • 2.7.2024
    Feminist Cities Walk 

    Utopias to go on:A travelling parcours in the performative border area between procession, installation and intervention leads the audience of the summer scene into the public space. In this walk through the city, a possible constructive and feminist future for Salzburg is developed together.

    Student project
  • Norman Shetler
    27.6.2024

    In memoriam
  • © Judith Buss
    26.6.2024

    As a play, La Folle journée by the scandalous author Pierre Auguste Caron de Beaumarchais was banned in Vienna. However, Mozart and Da Ponte were able to suggest to Emperor Joseph II that the genre of opera would defuse the revolutionarily objectionable text and were thus commissioned to compose and write the libretto. The question of whether they did not in fact intensify the play in other ways is one that is posed anew in every production. With Le nozze di Figaro, Gernot Sahler and Alexander von Pfeil's opera class continued their Da Ponte cycle, which began with Così fan tutte in May 2023.

    Opera production

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