Austrian Cultural Forum


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11 E 52nd St
New York, NY 10022
(212) 644-8660
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From February 23 to March 10, we present an unprecedented joint exhibit featuring treasures from the archives of the Vienna Philharmonic / Wiener Philharmoniker and the New York Philharmonic on occasion of both orchestras celebrating their 175th anniversaries this season. The display on our 11th floor includes documents written at the founding of each orchestra, historic scores, programs, letters from composers and conductors who played significant roles in the orchestras’ histories as well as photographs from performances and tours. Stop by from Monday to Friday, 11am to 6 pm! Details:

Musicians based in Austria – this is for you! Applications for The New Austrian Sound of Music 2018-2019 are now accepted. NASOM is a funding program created by Österreichisches Außenministerium to give young ensembles, bands, and solo artists the opportunity to perform all over the world. So with a little luck, we'll welcome you on the ACFNY stage next year!
Das Bundesministerium für Europa, Integration und Äußeres (BMEIA) startet die Ausschreibung der sechsten Auflage des Nachwuchsprogramms NASOM für den Zeitraum 2018 bis 2019. Ensembles, Bands, Musikerinnen und Musiker sind eingeladen, sich für das Musik – Unterstützungsprogramm bis zum 27. März 2017…

Celebrate 175 years of @Vienna_Phil with us and get 10% off your tickets to all 3 concerts @carnegiehall this Feb:…

Gearing up for @FestNeueLit, celebrating the diversity of #lgbtq experiences in German-language writing:…

Why not treat yourself or your loved ones to a concert for #ValentinesDay? Carnegie Hall offers our followers discounted tickets to all concerts featuring the Vienna Philharmonic / Wiener Philharmoniker this month. Franz Welser-Möst conducts the three concerts rooted in the great Austro-German tradition. Hear Schubert’s lyricism, Brahms’s monumental power, and Richard Strauss’s spectacular orchestral colors performed by the legendary orchestra celebrating its 175th anniversary this year! Click here for more information:
The Vienna Philharmonic returns to Carnegie Hall to celebrate its 175th anniversary in three concerts that should not be missed. Take 10% off the price of your ticket when you use code CMY25496.* PERFORMANCES Friday, February 24, 2017 | 8 PMSchubert's Ov

We're thrilled to have supported Stephan Kondert’s SK Invitational "Golden Crown" Album Release Concert at National Sawdust last weekend. The world-premiere show had jaws dropping and booties shaking - definitely a night to remember! Enjoy this short clip from the concert and catch them on tour in Europe throughout February, tour dates are up on

Austrian Cultural Forum New York added 36 new photos to the album: Philip Glass Reception — at Austrian Cultural Forum New York.
In a ceremony held at the ACFNY last week, Upper Austria’s Governor Dr. Josef Pühringer presented the Decoration of Honor in Gold of the Federal State of Upper Austria to US composer Philip Glass, who has tremendously impacted Upper Austria's contemporary music scene. During the special event held on the occasion of Philip Glass's 80th birthday, Upper Austria’s officials, including State Secretary for Economic affairs and Tourism Dr. Michael Strugl, presented the thriving region and its capital Linz as an economic, academic, and cultural hub. After a welcome by ACFNY Director Christine Moser, guests - among them Austria’s Consul General in New York, Dr. Georg Heindl and Dennis Russell Davies, the Bruckner orchestra’s artistic director and its chief conductor - enjoyed a musical performance by members of the Bruckner orchestra and pianist Maki Namekawa. The event was moderated by Mr. Reinhold Kräter, Upper Austria’s leading cultural official. The presentations and following reception hosted by Governor Dr. Pühringer were preceded by a Round Table with Austrian representatives of the creative industries in New York City, which was co-organized by the ACFNY and ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA USA, and jointly moderated by ACFNY Director Christine Moser and Austria’s Trade Commissioner Michael Friedl. Photo Credit: Tom Mesic