Vienna comes to Tel Aviv

The program includes theater, a portrait exhibition of famous Viennese Jews, and the Pine Trio of string instrumentalists.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 15, 2009 12:03
Vienna comes to Tel Aviv

Pine Trio violins 88 248. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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A cultural and artistic festival entitled "Vienna in Tel Aviv" will hit the White City in April, a gift from the Vienna Municipality with the support of the Austrian Cultural Forum in honor of seaside city's 100th anniversary. A delegation from Vienna will travel to Israel for the festival, including the city's mayor, Michael Häupl. The program includes theater, a portrait exhibition of famous Viennese Jews, the Pine Trio of string instrumentalists, DJs and Austrian film screenings - including Freud's Lost Neighbors, The Wandering Jew: The Life of Theodore Herzl, The End of Neubacher Project, Revenge and The City Without Jews, which will be shown with both Hebrew and English subtitles.

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