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SALZ:KLANG – eine musikalische Handelsreise

Concert of the Austrian Youth Choir

26/07/24Friday, 19:30Duration 1h 30minKur- & Congresshaus Bad AusseeKurhausplatz 144, 8990 Bad Aussee
jcö Jugendchor Österreich
© Reinhold Sigl

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Concert of the Austrian Youth Choir

While salt is available in practically unlimited quantities today, it was in short supply in many regions for thousands of years and was therefore an expensive commodity. Trade routes developed. The “white gold” was transported along them. Some have gone down in history as “salt routes”, the oldest of which led from Hallstatt to Bohemia, the Adriatic, the Black Sea, the North Sea or France.

The Austrian Youth Choir follows in the footsteps of these old salt roads with choral music from the regions through which these historic salt roads passed. The compositions range from medieval songs to the present day.

Musical direction: Franz M. Herzog and Agnes Schnabl

Event info

Where
Kur- & Congresshaus Bad Aussee
Kurhausplatz 144, 8990 Bad Aussee
Discounts
Kinder: Free admission up to 14 years From 14 years 50 % discount, Student: 50 % reduction, Behinderung: 50% discount for wheelchair users and accompanying persons, ,

More appointments of the project

07/07/24til24/08/24
Duration 3h Kongress & TheaterHaus Bad Ischl Kurhausstraße 8, 4820 Bad Ischl € 98,00 - € 89,00 - € 73,00 - € 53,00 - € 33,00 - € 27,00
For premieres and category 5 tickets, no discount is available.

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17/07/24til25/08/24
Duration 3h Kongress & TheaterHaus Bad Ischl Kurhausstraße 8, 4820 Bad Ischl € 98,00 € 89,00 € 73,00 € 53,00 € 33,00, € 27,00
For premieres and category 5 tickets, no discount is available.

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04/08/24Sunday, 11:00
Duration 5h Konradkirche Gessenschwandt 22, 4882 Oberwang bei Mondsee Order tickets Free entryTickets: € 45,00/ € 35,00
Soon available at the TVB Mondsee - Irrsee Monday to Friday from 09:00 -12:00
Admission to the service free