The exhibition “Everybody’s Jews. 100 Years of the Salzburg Festival” sheds light on the part played by Jews in the founding and execution of the Festival. The focus is on the director Max Reinhardt, the architect Oskar Strnad, the conductor Bruno Walter, the violinist Arnold Rosé or the dancers Margarete Wallmann and Tilly Losch. They were all portrayed by important artists of their time. The showpieces of the exhibition come from the personal estate of Max Reinhardt and have never been shown publicly before. They came back to Vienna with his widow after his death. The loss of his homeland in 1938 and his journey into an uncertain exile form a basic narrative of the exhibition.
Curator's Guided Tour of the exhibition “Everyman’s Jews: 100 Years Salzburg Festival”
17 Nov 2021/18:00-19:00H