The Salzburg Festival

The world's first international music festival, the Salzburg Festival, continued its over 90-year history of producing and presenting great orchestras, soloists, opera, and theatre in the historic and picturesque Austrian town where Mozart was born.

The Salzburg Festival will also include commentary by conductors, administrators and performers at this year’s Festival, as well as conversations with concert-goers and critics from around the globe. The world's stars have been drawn to Salzburg for decades, not only for the large-scale concerts and exposure, but for the intimacy and acoustic excellence of the historic Mozarteum Hall and the new House for Mozart. 

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