This guided tour looks at the rights and obligations of women in Judaism through a few specially chosen objects. The Jewish Museum Vienna’s rich collection offers insights into traditional and modern images of women and also reflects the way in which the museum curators enable women’s voices to be heard.More
Daniela Segenreich tells of a country in which the Western lifestyle constantly clashes with old structures. She talks with Israel’s ambitious women, revealing a colorful and powerful panorama that illustrates the diversity within the country with all its dividing lines and dynamic developments.More
The European Heritage Days offer an opportunity for a combined museum and city tour of Austrian Jewish past and present in which you can confront recent history and the complex events of 1938 to 1945 and their consequences.More
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, takes place at the end of September this year. It is traditional to eat food dipped in honey to symbolize sweetness and a good year.
The famous New Year’s Concert by the Vienna Philharmonic can also look back on a long tradition and is the most well-known concert event in the world.
We would like to combine these two wonderful traditions and are pleased to invite you to the 3rd Viennese Jewish New Year’s Concert. Enjoy the Vienna Jewish Choir conducted by Roman Grinberg.More