The IMZ Music Film Festival Summer
The IMZ is happy to contribute to an exciting cultural summer for residents + visitors of Vienna, Yekaterinburg and Brno!
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Summer time is festival time and the IMZ is thrilled to contribute programming to three music film festivals and reach + engage new audiences as well as seasoned performing arts lovers with stellar music + dance film productions.
The largest festival of its kind, the Film Festival at Vienna Rathausplatz (AT), kicked off on 29 June and will feature an eclectic music + dance programme for the next 66 days, ranging from operas over musicals to classical concerts as well as world music, jazz and pop concerts. Special highlights this year include a designated children's programme as well as a focus on the Vienna State Opera which celebrates his 150th anniversary this year.
Inspired by the Film Festival at Vienna Rathausplatz, the Vienna Music Film Festival in Yekaterinburg (RU) celebrate their very own anniversary this year. Already in its 10th edition this year, the festival took place from 3-27 July. Around 50,000 visitors can look forward to monumental music films like the "New Year's Concert 2019" from the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the "Le Concert de Paris 2018" or the wonderful "Berlin Concert - Anne-Sophie Mutter and Lang Lang".
The Music Film Festival in Brno (CZ) is magically set in the Spilberk Castle and part of the Spilberk International Music Festival by the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition to delightful live performances, the IMZ is happy to contribute to the music film programming. The festival will run from 14-22 August and is a hugely popular celebration for the people of Brno as well as the entire surrounding region.
We wish our festival partners and their visitors in Vienna and Brno many warm summer nights and countless magical moments and we hope to see visitors of Yekaterinburg again next year!
Find out more about the IMZ Music Film Festivals via the button below!
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