200 Years, Anniversary Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)

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“Haydn explosive” – extraordinary tribute to the former employee

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the brochure-cover in the style of “tableau vivant”: “Haydn explosive”, © Esterházy Foundation (picture is a link to the big image, have a look!)
The picture shows some of the protagonists/artists of “Haydn explosive”, e.g. the man with the guitar is the famous Jazz-musician Wolfgang Muthspiel, ….

The Esterházy Private Foundation, successor of the employers of Joseph Haydn (- first Prince Paul Anton Esterházy, later Nikolaus I. Esterházy), the Esterházy management tributes their former employee with extraordinary concerts, exhibitions and a symposion in this year.
What inspired me at once was the – in the truest sense of the word fantastic – advertising concept of “Haydn explosive”:
I became hooked on more pictures like those in the official Esterházy Program!

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The Esterhazy Foundation (domiciled in Eisenstadt and owner of the Esterházy Castle there) has become pioneer and a model for contemporary, modern presentations and events during the recent years. For the first time there is a big culture organizer in Burgenland (East Austria), able to keep up with the innovative “global players” and open minded in their culture work – in comparison to the, more conservative (“business as usual”), official Haydnfestival in Eisenstadt.
Paul Esterházy featured Joseph Haydn, who walked on new ways with his music (that’s a way we call “contemporary” today, yes!) – his successors feature today’s contemporary art!
Thats the way it should be!
“..That’s the way (aha)… I like it (aha) …!!!..”

“Haydn Explosive. A European career at the court of the Esterházy Princes”
programs, dates, locations, information: here

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