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Six Celan Songs – 5. Nächtlich geschürzt
Michael Nyman (music), Paul Celan (text) / Mia Jakob (soprano), Denise Maurer (piano)
Education and communication project
Sounds of Bukovina: Musical Cultures of a Multiethnic Region
From folk songs to high culture – with this project, the Bukovina Institute, the Cultural Officer for Transylvania, the Department of Music Education at the Leopold Mozart Center – part of the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences at the University of Augsburg – and the Jewish Museum...
Spiegelungen Award for Minimalist Prose
The depiction of literature in German from the Danube-Carpathian region – or literature that addresses this cosmos thematically – has for many years been of special interest in the “Spiegelungen”. This is because these works often pre-empt scientific analysis, challenge and question things,...
The Sounds of Bukovina
A region with many voices: The cultural diversity of Bukovina is particularly evident in its little-known music and singing culture – past and present. Twelve musical contributions provide an insight into the musical history of a multifaceted landscape on the northeastern edge of the Carpathians.
The culinary Ashkenaz
Ashkenazi Judaism is inseparably linked to Eastern Europe. Unique Jewish ways of life evolved here, only to be virtually annihilated by the Shoah. And yet, specific Ashkenazi eating habits, with their mix of religious rules and regional influences, survive in many places around the world today, in traditions, habits, and customs.