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Bruckner Festival

Listed under Festivals in Linz, Austria.

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The Bruckner Festival enlivens Austrian theatrical senses for three weeks from mid-September to early October.  Festival productions include operas, dance recitals, theatre, film screenings and art exhibitions.  The celebration is dedicated to the country's famous composer Anton Bruckner, who played the organ (magically) for many years.  Many of the world's most talented performers and playwrights participate in this annual event.

Written by  Mary Kate Alfieri.

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