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Götzens & Culture: festive musical enjoyment
Whether biblical tones, authentic folk music or young talent – no matter what’s playing at the Pilgrimage Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, visitors will be delighted by the impressive acoustics and extremely high sound quality created by the architecturally unique nature of this extraordinary church. The varied concerts held here have gained in popularity over recent years and have become a true highlight of Götzens and its cultural scene.
One example is the “Tiroler Barocktage” (Tyrolean Baroque Festival) in March, April and May – delighting visitors with festive music that will stay with them forever.
Young local musicians also take advantage of the church’s powerful acoustics for their unforgettable performances in July and August – as do the authentic folk music, which is an important part of Tyrolean folk culture an identity.
Autumn is welcomed with modern sacral music.
Later in the year, shortly before Christmas, the Advent concert gets visitors in the Christmas spirit with a romantic acoustic experience.
A little gem in Götzens
The Pilgrimage Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Götzens dates back to the 18th century and is known as a “little gem” – and not just by the locals who cherish their church as a place of music, wonder and reflection. The pilgrimage church delights with its fantastic acoustics and also impresses with its remarkable architecture. It’s deservedly regarded as one of the most beautiful Rococo churches in the southern part of the German-speaking world. The interior amazes visitors with its Baroque theatre-style architecture and golden rocaille stucco work. The attractive altar was dedicated to Otto Neururer, a priest and martyr, in 1996 – the year of his beatification. The urn containing his ashes is still found inside the altar today.