The world of theatre and music in Linz

14.11.2018

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Culture on the Danube is no longer just restricted to Vienna: Linz has also established itself as a theatre city, not least through the new construction of the ultra-modern music theatre, which has finally provided the theatre with more space again. In the truest sense of the word.

Opera, operetta, musicals and concerts have now found a new home at the Volksgarten, while the theatre stages offer space and time for much-acclaimed productions - the coveted Nestroy Theatre Prize has also been awarded increasingly often in the federal states outside of the capital. 

Although there are several theatres in Linz, they are all German-speaking. The information about the theatres is therefore provided in German only. You may however be interested in visiting a concert, for example in the impressive Brucknerhaus. Please see below for further details!
 

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Die Linzer Bühnen laden ein

Die Theaterproduktionen in Linz können sich sehen lassen

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The music scene in Linz

With its new Musiktheater, Linz now has one of the most modern opera houses in Europe, where the programme has also been enhanced by the performance of musicals. Now there is plenty of room: for operas, operettas, concerts and the Bruckner Orchestra.

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Music and musical theatre in Linz

Opera, operetta, musicals and concerts: everything's on in Linz.

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Noch mehr Bühne(n) für Linz

Es muss ja nicht immer die klassische Theater- oder Opernbühne sein, um „ein Theater zu machen!“ Linz ist Bühne für viele Events.

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Bühne frei für Linz

Noch mehr Kultur Locations an der Donau

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Angelika Mandler

Angelika Mandler-Saul, who grew up in the Weinviertel region in Lower Austria, is a travel blogger and freelance author. Since 2013 she has been writing about her experiences and impressions while travelling throughout the world on www.wiederunterwegs.com. Her focus: nature and culture. She is regularly accompanied by her sooty black labrador Coffee, who is also good for many stories.
Angelika is particularly fond of travelling in her native country Austria, bringing her love of Austrian history and literature, travelling and writing under one roof. Travelling with culture: that sums it up precisely.

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