Greatings from the Lebanon
Mozart is also an issue in school education in Lebanon. Noemi prepared the short Mozart presentation in class.
Palaces and piazzas, pleasure gardens, inns and hotels, concert halls and opera houses, cities, churches and landscapes: there is no better way to learn about and experience Wolfgang Amadé Mozart’s life and music than by retracing his footsteps through Europe, visiting some of the most significant music, art and architectural venues of Europe’s cultural heritage.
Mozart travelled more than half of his lifetime, journeys that decisively shaped him both personally and artistically, contributing profoundly to his development as one of the universal figures of Western culture.
The European Mozart Ways are an international network connecting cities, regions and institutions in the 10 European countries visited by Mozart. Founded in Salzburg in 2002, their purpose is to promote tourist itineraries and to foster artistic, cultural, educational and research cooperation with a particular emphasis on the life and oeuvre of W. A. Mozart. The Association’s website,www.mozartways.com, is accessible to a broad audience, facilitating a dynamic and innovative acquaintance with the first major European musical traveller.
Europäische Mozart Wege e.V. / European Mozart Ways
Sigmund Haffnergasse 3
Front stairs / 1st floor
A – 5020 Salzburg (AUSTRIA)
+443(0)699 112 80 216