Grafenegg is a market town in the Krems-Land district of Lower Austria. In 2001, it had a population of 2,830. Originally called Haitzendorf, it changed its name in 2003. It will be the site of the Grafenegg Music Festival.
The medieval town of Kitzbühel is located in Tyrol, Austria. It is situated near in the Alps and is a world famous ski resort.
Salzburg, birthplace of Mozart and home to dozens of awe-inspiring concert halls, churches, and other venues, is a dream destination for music lovers. Salzburg’s list of attractions is almost overwhelming: from its museums, galleries, and regal castle to its rich musical heritage and deep historical significance, this sublime city is both elegant and inviting. Its famous gastronomy, unique shopping opportunities and peaceful natural setting among snow-capped mountains and crystal-clear lakes makes a trip to Salzburg a veritable feast for all the senses. Even on a first visit, you may feel something familiar here; “the hills are alive” in Salzburg, where The Sound of Music was filmed in 1965.
Furth bei Göttweig is located in Lower Austria near the city of Krems an der Donau. The Stift Göttweig (Göttweig Abbey) is a benedictine monastary in Furth. In 2000 it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
With the great soloists, conductors and famous orchestras Vienna is a mid-european metropole for classical entertainment. Venues from the Golden Hall of the Musikverein to baroque palaces to the splendid Konzerthaus, Vienna�s concert halls offer grand musical enjoyment with a fabulous ambience.
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