16.12.2017 | 18:15 | Universität Salzburg
Mit dem Sound der 40er versetzen Sie die Vienna Swing Sisters in die „Golden Era Of Swing“. Die drei Swing Sisters erzählen über ihre amerikanischen Vorbilder und haben spannende Anekdoten mit im Gepäck. Außerdem gibt es spannende Jazz Arrangements von altbekannten Weihnachtsliedern.
Vienna Swing Sisters
Elisabeth Fuchs, Dirigentin
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The University of Salzburg, or Paris Lodron University (German Universität Salzburg) after its founder, the Prince Archbishop Paris Lodron, is located in the Austrian city of Salzburg, Salzburgerland, home of Mozart. It is divided into 4 faculties: catholic theology, law, humanities and natural science.
Founded in 1622, it today has c. 18,000 students and c. 1,600 employees. It is the biggest educational institution in the province of Salzburg.
Salzburg University is a no-campus university. It occupies several buildings in the Altstadt, such as former parts of the Residenz Palace, the Toskanatrakt and in the Kapitelgasse. The University library is between the Kollegienkirche (the University church) and the Festival Halls, attached to it is the “Große Aula”, or ceremonial hall.
The Faculty of Humanities is by the Rudolfskai, only 100 metres from Mozartplatz and Papagenoplatz, although the modern language departments are located in the Akademiestraße by the Hellbrunnerallee. The Faculty of Sciences, the second-biggest building of Salzburg after the Hohensalzburg Fortress, can be found only a bit further South next to Schloss Freisaal Castle and the Frohnburg Castle.
Smaller offices and institutes are scattered all over Salzburg and arts and music are taught separately at the Mozarteum Art University. There is also a polytechnic University in Salzburg and the private Medical University that was mentioned above.