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Welcome to the Austrian Cultural Forum New Delhi
This website provides information about the activities of the Austrian Cultural Forum in India and South Asia but also endeavours to give you a glimpse of the rich cultural life - both traditional and contemporary - in Austria. Please find also information about university studies in Austria as well as the Austro-Indian science & technology cooperation on this website.
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Classical Wind Instruments-Trio in India
This November audiences in Bangalore, Delhi and Pune could attend concerts of modern and traditional western classical music by the renowned wind instrument ensemble 'Widerkehr Trio' from Austria. More information
Austrian Ennsegg Orchestra in Delhi
The Austrian Ennsegg Chamber Orchestra performed three concerts in New Delhi this October. They presented their audience energetic western classical music including Austrian waltz's and polkas, as well as spiritual classic music. More information
Kafka and I
On Friday18 October the question of 'Kafka and I' was raised - at an evening of discussion a distinguished panel explored with the audience how Kafka factors has affected a common man in this part of the globe by influencing the Indian literature, theatre, films and arts. More information
Mann Faqeeri - An Journey through Kashmiri Sufiyana Music
At the Austrian Cultural Forum Film Club screening of 'Mann Faqeeri' - A Journey through Kashmiri Sufiyana Music, guests had the chance to ask director M.K. Raina questions about the making of the documentary and the thoughts behind it. More information
Spring Concert of the Mozart Choir of India
The Mozart Choir of India performed together with the Delhi Chamber Choir at their Spring Concert. More information
Austrian artist Fiona Rukschcio in India
The Viennese artist, filmmaker and curator Fiona Rukschcio is presenting her video work ‘Retaped Rape’ in the course of different events and discussions in India. More information
Austrian Jazz in Nepal and India
The Austrian Jazz-Duo Christoph Pepe Auer ( clarinet) and Christian Bakanic (accordion) performed at concerts in Nepal and India in April. More information
Indian Minister of Culture visits Austria
Indian Minister of Culture, H.E. Chandresh Kumari visited Austria from April 5-8. During this time, the Minister also visited the conservation department at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, which has been leading on a number of conservation projects in India.
Austrian artist Kay Walkowiak in Varanasi
Austrian artist Kay Walkowiak spent an artist in residency programme at the Kriti Gallery in Varanasi and showcased three shortfilms in New Delhi