Located in the three-country Alps-Adriatic Region, this is actually the southernmost theatre in the German-speaking world. Their annual program features great operas, classical and modern plays, premieres and first performances, popular.. Read more
Theatre & Music
People here like nothing more than to gather for concerts of jazz or classic music, to see a stage play, enjoy an opera, or be totally captivated by dance theatre. Built in the 17th century, Stadttheater Klagenfurt provides a venue for Giuseppe Verdi’s "Nabucco" and Georges Bizet’s "Carmen", as it does for plays penned by local artists such as Peter Turrini. The klagenfurter ensemble calls Theater Halle 11 its home, offering a colorful mixture of cabaret, plays, music and dance theatre. Music from classical to jazz can be enjoyed within the walls of Konzerthaus Klagenfurt, while a spectrum of music from jazz to pop greets audiences at Jazzclub Kammerlichtspiele.
Jazzclub Kammerlichtspiele was born at the end of 2008 through collaboration between the Carinthian Lakeside Jazz Orchestra Association and the provincial capital, Klagenfurt. In the ca. 120-seat auditorium of the former Kammerlichtspiele.. Read more
KONSE – the popular abbreviation used for the “Carinthian State Conservatorium”. It is the leading educational institution for music and theatre in Carinthia and is based in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee. Read more
Konzerthaus Klagenfurt is one of Carinthia’s most important musical institutions. On the one hand it serves as the setting for numerous classical concerts, on the other for a wide variety of other events such as cabaret, balls and literary.. Read more
Theater HALLE 11 is the home venue of the klagenfurter ensemble, famous above all for its productions of contemporary and critical pieces. For 35 years now, often venturing into the experimental realm, the klagenfurter ensemble is fairly.. Read more