Exhibition: Claude Monet.
October 24, 2014–February 8, 2015. The autumn exhibition at the Lower Belvedere’s Orangery will be devoted to the French painter Claude Monet – one of the principal practitioners of Impressionism. The profound impact of his painting on Austrian art will be approached. (3., Lower Belvedere - Orangery, Rennweg 6, www.belvedere.at)
International Adventsingen at City Hall
November 28–December 21, 2014. Cheerful singing will sound on the four weekends during Advent at the “Internationale Adventsingen” at Vienna’s City Hall. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday 90 choirs from around the world will be performing folk-, Advent and Christmas carols. The entry is free! (1., Vienna City Hall, Friedrich-Schmidt-Platz 1, www.wien.info)
New Year’s Eve Trail & New Year’s Eve in Vienna
December 31, 2014. One highlight of New Year’s Eve will be the New Year’s Eve Trail in the Old City which is like a giant party zone: Lots of gastronomes serve punch and culinary delicacies. In addidtion many parties, gala dinners, concerts, boat trips along the Danube or the New Year’s Eve Ball at Hofburg Vienna (Imperial Palace) promise an exciting turn of the year. (different venues, www.vienna.info)