200 Years, Anniversary Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)

haydnmania: the 2009 anniversary

“Haydn reloded” – exhibition at Esterházy Palace (Fertöd, Hungary)

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“coming home”: Andreas Roseneder transporting (his) Haydn (-patches) over the corridors to the Gallery at Esterháza Palace for his upcoming exhibition

The Austrian artist Andreas Roseneder is preparing his newest exhibition called “Haydn reloaded”, which will take place at the famous Esterházy Palace in Fertöd, Hungary where Haydn lived and worked for so many years.

haydn reloaded

2 years artistic work  on the surch of the “authentic portrait” examplified on the great composer – executed in various artistic technics & media can be visited from august 8 to september 6, 2009 at Esterházy Palace, Fertöd, Hungary.

Corr.: because of the big success, “Haydn reloaded” was prolonged until september 27!

Esterházy Palace at youtube:

article on Austrian tv station website about the artist Andreas Roseneder, online (german)

pictures of an exhibition:
some impressions of “Haydn reloaded”

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the artist Andreas Roseneder, with one of his “haydn patches”, leaving Esterházy Palace in a good temper: the exhibition was successful, notes in his guestbook show the enthusiasm of the visitors!

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