«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
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
1Table reserved for regulars; A monthly A-AA gathering with German conversation
News & Announcements
Friday, December 27, 2013
Crowell Chapel presents A Vienna New Year's Concert
|The Diva and the Fiddler return with Thomas Enman|
Saturday, January 4, 2014, 4:00 PM
The Crowell will waltz us into the new year on Saturday, January 4 at 4 PM with â€śA Vienna New Yearâ€™sâ€ť Concert with the Diva and the Fiddler freshly returned from their home in Austria â€“ Diana Jacklin, soprano, and Hartmut Ometzburger, violin and this time accompanied by pianist Thomas Enmanâ€“performing Viennese waltzes, operetta and cabaret.
Diana Jacklin and Hartmut Ometzberger performed earlier this year at the Crowell and brought virtuosity and a wonderful sense of fun in their selection of music. This will be a fun concert!
Tickets can be purchased online by visiting www.thecrowellchapel.com.
Thursday, December 26, 2013
The Vienna Concert-Verein Orchestra
|The Vienna Concert-Verein Orchestra is coming to the elegant and acoustically perfect Mechanics Hall in Worcester on Sunday, February 9, 2014, at 3 PM.|
Conductor: Philippe Entremont
Piano: Sebastian Knauer
Mozart Symphomy No. 35 "Haffner"
Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3
Lehar Piave Marsch
Strauss Waltzes and Polkas
The A-AA will get a discount of 20 %, down from $ 49 plus $ 4 service charge.
Our reduced prices, including the service charge, will be:
Adults, including Seniors: $43.20
Students with ID: $17.50
children under 18: $ 7.50
If you would like to attend, please send your check for $ 43.20 per person, or the appropriate amount for students and children, to Traude Acker.
Saturday, November 02, 2013
CROWELL CHAPEL CONCERT SERIES presents â€śVIVA VERDI!â€ť with DIANA JACKLIN, Soprano & HARTMUT OMETZBERGER, Violin - Saturday November 23
|Distinguished American Soprano Diana Jacklin and leading Austrian violinist Hartmut Ometzberger, whose music is described as â€śbreathtaking,â€ť â€śan exceptional joyâ€ť and â€śa selfless expression of Art,â€ť lead you in a 200th birthday celebration of Giuseppe Verdi at the Crowell Chapel at 4 Rosedale Ave (off of School Street) in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts at 7:30 pm.|
World-class musicians Diana Jacklin and Hartmut Ometzberger perform internationally to critical acclaim. As the only voice and violin duo in the world, TIME OUT (NYC) describes Diana Jacklin and Hartmut Ometzbergerâ€™s collaboration as â€śan eclectic duoâ€ť. The program includes beautiful arrangements by Hartmut Ometzberger of Verdi, Mozart and Turn-of-the-Century songs. The rarely performed and gorgeous Verdi songs are performed as a tribute to celebrate Verdiâ€™s 200th Birthday. Since the Crowell Chapel was built in 1903 and recently restored, the idea of performing some wonderful Turn-of-the-Century songs from the early 1900â€™s came into focus. Another inspiration for including these songs comes from the popularity of the PBSâ€™s â€śDownton Abbeyâ€ť series. â€śDownton Abbeyâ€ť fans will recognize one of the songs from the second season of â€śDownton Abbeyâ€ť. The Mozart songs are beautiful gems that take on a new sound dimension when performed with violin and voice.
The concert venue, Crowell Memorial Chapel, was built in 1903. Its naturally vibrant acoustics and classic interior have made it a popular venue for musical performances, appreciated by both artists and patrons. The Crowell Chapel Concert Seriesâ€“sponsored by the Historic Manchester Trust, a not-for-profit Massachusetts 180 Corporationâ€“is one avenue for helping the Town fund the long-term preservation of recently restored historic structures like Crowell Chapel and Tuckâ€™s Point.
Tickets for $25 general, and $15 students and children under 12, can be purchased online by visiting www.thecrowellchapel.com; on the Crowell Chapel Facebook page or calling Woody Kelly at 617-755-9299. Free street parking and free parking at the high school. Parking directions are on the website: www.thecrowellchapel.com.
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