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The festival performances on the floating stage do not only stun their audience because of the spectacular stage setting and wonderful music. A unique, ever-so-special atmosphere is created every night by Lake Constance and the changing weather.
This year‘s Schubertiade, the world’s largest Schubert festival, will be staged from 18 to 26 June and from 23 to 31 August in the picture-book village of Schwarzenberg in the Bregenzerwald.
Festivals big and small abound with programmes featuring a wide range of theatre, dance and music performances, from classics to pop.
On several dates in September are themed culture and pleasure walks in the Brandnertal valley and in the town of Bludenz under the motto of berge.hören. Together with musicians playing folk and world music, the party will hike to a mountain lodge, gather new acoustic and visual impressions, and ultimately enjoy a culinary treat at the lodge.
Having undergone a thorough revamping, the vorarlberg museum re-opened three years ago. Integrating listed parts, the building was designed by the multi-award winning Vorarlberg architects Cukrowicz Nachbaur, most recently the winners of “Best Architects 14“ label in gold, the International Architecture Award 2014 and a prize at the Vorarlberg Builder Award 2015
The Werkraum Haus in Andelsbuch in Bregenzerwald was conceived as a showcase of innovative artisanry and craftsmanship in the Bregenzerwald. The hall-like transparent structure was designed by the renowned Swiss architect Peter Zumthor.
Designed by the renowned Swiss architect Peter Zumthor, Kunsthaus Bregenz (KUB) is one of Europe’s leading museums of contemporary art.
In the summer of 2013, the reconstructed and enlarged vorarlberg museum was reopened in Bregenz.
The Jewish Museum of Hohenems, as a regional museum, remembers the rural Jewish community of Hohenems and its various contributions to the development of Vorarlberg and the surrounding regions.