Lost in Vienna

Films start at or around 9:45 each evening.

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Film festival in front of Rathaus

For two months in the summer, movies based on musical themes screen in front of the Rathaus at or around 9:45 every evening as part of the Vienna Film Festival. Restaurant and stall owners set up shop near city hall. Admission for the films is free. weiter




Events

Big Screen, Brew, and the Food's Great, Too!

  • The 2014 Vienna Film Festival gathers together music lovers and foodies from Austria and abroad.

A stories-high screen billows in the wind and reads, "Film Festival Wiener Rathausplatz 2014." For two months in the summer, the Vienna Film Festival highlights the city’s music scene. The festival features jazz, classical and pop performances from around the world. The event is over twenty years old, according to the Festival’s webpage... weiter




The St. Charles Church in the fourth district of Vienna. - © Wiener Zeitung, Jonathan Bach

Opinion

Don't Miss a Beat2

  • A review of the Organ, Trumpet, and Timpani performance at St. Charles Church in Vienna's Fourth District.

While the summer twilight lingered over the bright turquoise dome of Karlskirche (St. Charles Church) on July 3rd, audience members took their seats under the church’s swooping marble arches, preparing themselves for the performance ahead. Thursday’s concert, part of the "Concerts in St. Charles Church" series... weiter




The Mozart Kaffee is served on a stainless steel platter with a short glass of water. - © Wiener Zeitung, Jonathan Bach

Vienna

Mozart in a Mug

Fresh flowers top each table draped in soft white linen. The inside of the café is a blend of classical Viennese architecture—arched ceilings supported by carved stone pillars run the length of the hall—mixed with a drop of modernity, with three flat screen televisions posted along the trusses that also act as window frames... weiter





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