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«Österreichisch-Amerikanische Gesellschaft Boston»
Founded in Boston in 1944 and incorporated in 1970, the non-profit Austro-American Association was established to further the interest in Austria and Austrian culture and promote Austrian-American friendship. Austrian and American members participate in a wide variety of social and cultural programs.
In recent years, events such as lectures, concerts, holiday celebrations, boat cruises, Stammtische1 and Heurige were frequently accompanied by fine Austrian cuisine.
A Scholarship Fund provides grants to scholars and artists in support of projects related to Austrian culture. (more history)

1Table reserved for regulars; A monthly A-AA gathering with German conversation

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Tuesday, April 01, 2014
OUR SPRING PROGRAM

Irma Servatius, Caroline Reiner-Williams,
Labeeby Servatius, Angel Hernandez, Natasha Rist
An evening of Austrian Chamber music One of our event highlights this spring was a concert played on March 29, by a young local chamber music group whose performance was just exceptional. The program featured Mozart and two lesser know Austrian composers, Otto Siegl (American premier) and Wilhelm Kienzl.
As was common in the times these composers performed, the setting was in a home where the closeness of performers and audience added to the richness of the musical experience. The ambience felt by our audidence further emplasized the talent of these young players, and it was enjoyed tremendously.
We were pleased to promote these young musicians to perform and we are certain that they will excel and be on many programs in the future.

Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Our next event will be on April 26
Dr. Emilian Badea Presentation Dr. Emilian Badea, Doctor of Musical Arts, will speak about the evolution of Austrian classical music. He will focus on Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven and their contributions to the Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras of music in Vienna. Please see our event Flyer in Early April.

Gala celebration of the A-AA's 70th Anniversary We will conclude the 2013-2014 season with our celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Austro-American Association of Boston at the MIT Endicott House, in Dedham. This event will be held on June 21st starting at 5:00 pm. Invitations and our flyer will be sent in mid May.

Tuesday, April 01, 2014
The Austro-American Association of Boston Scholarship Program
The Austro-American Asociation offers a scholarship award to qualified canditates whose studies are focued on Austrian culture. This year, due to a generous contribution by one of our members, we are pleased to be able to grant an award of $ 3,000. The selected recipient will make a presentation regarding an Austrian subject connected to their field of studies.
In the past, we have had wonderful, talented recipients who have gained international recognition in the advancement of their careers. We look forward to helping other young students working on Austrian cultural subjects and to the benefit they gain from their association with Austria's rich cultural heritage.
For more information regarding our scholarship award program, please visit the scholarship page on our website.


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