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today

morning
18°C
90% Fineweather
3600m
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morning 18°C

Friday

Friday
28°C
60% Fineweather
4100m
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Saturday

Saturday
26°C
60% Fineweather
4000m
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Forecast

A wonderful summer day lies behind us and another one in front of us! The weather on Thursday will be dominated by high pressure and the arrival of warm air masses. We will see cloudless skies from the morning until the late afternoon and mid-summer-like temperatures. Thursday afternoon will be the slight risk of thunderstorms!

Tendency

There are no significant changes expected for the next few days, the risk of thunderstorms will however increase slightly on Friday and Saturday.

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Concert series: Innsbruck Evening Concerts

Walther von der Vogelweide meets Oswald von Wolkenstein: Minnesingers (lyric poets) made Innsbruck and Tyrol a hotspot for popular music in the Middle Ages – and early music still delights audiences in Innsbruck today. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful sounds of early music and the language of yesteryear during the Innsbruck Evening Concerts. This concert series runs from October to June and features music from the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Baroque eras.

Composers in Innsbruck

Innsbruck was a magnet for musicians. Patrons of the arts, such as the Habsburgs and other wealthy families, attracted many great masters to the city and wonderful melodies were created here. South Tyrolean Renaissance composer Leonhard Lechner worked here following the great creative minds of the Middle Ages. Several Flemish composers, such as Heinrich Isaac, Jacobus Regnart and Alexander Utendal, also made their careers in Innsbruck. As did their Italian counterparts Antonio Cesti and Giovanni Buonaventura Viviani. The works of these composers are performed during the Innsbruck Evening Concerts alongside well-known pieces from the rest of Europe that were created during the same period – a great way to compare the level in Innsbruck at the time. Renowned international ensembles delight audiences and take you on a journey to the artistic golden age of this holiday destination.



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