For current events, it is pointed out that mouth-nose protection must be worn during church services and that a minimum distance of two meters must be observed.
Wednesday and Sunday at 7 p.m. on 8 p.m. 24 .; May 27th and 31st an old tradition is revived in the Kollegienkirche.
This year's theme revolves around the “wedding to Cana” (John 2.1-12).
The following spoke: Helga Rabl-Stadler, President of the Salzburg Festival, Prof. Elisabeth Gutjahr, Rector of the Mozarteum University; the head of the cultural department of the Salzburger Nachrichten Ms. Hedwig Kainberger and the vice dean of Theol. Faculty Ms. Prof. Angelika Walser.
The roots of the May devotions go back to a Marian custom, which is determined by piety, cross worship and requests for good weather. Sources of this time speak of “setting a spiritual May” at the beginning of May, that is to say to focus specifically on spiritual focal points. May devotions for the veneration of Mary developed as a baroque popular piety around 400 years ago. But it wasn't until the 19th century that they spread from Italy to the parishes.
May 20 - Franziska Strohmayr (violin)
May 24 - Stephan Pollhammer (organ)
May 27 - Catholic University Youth
May 31 - Oratorio class of the Univ. Mozarteum
Dates moved to 07th and 08th of November 2020
Over 300 years after the composition of the mystery sonatas by H.I.F. Beavers are recomposing selected pictures from this cycle and staged by dance, aerial acrobatics and light.
The duo TerraLuna presents the seven selected scenes with an impressive and daring choreography on the circus frame, the aerial silk and straps.
(Percussion, Piano & Composition)
(Guitar, Laute, E-Guitar & Composition)
Duo TerraLuna (Lisa Moon & Armin Raderbauer)
(Dance, Aerial acrobatics and choreography)
(Violine & Lead)
Presales: € 25,- (€ 15,- Students, Disabled person) in the Rupertus Bookstore Salzburg and Online via OE-Ticket
AK: € 28,- / € 18,-
Foto: Niko Zuparic
The Rosary Mysteries are supported by: Kunsthilfe Salzburg e.V., Salzburger Sparkasse, Kultur Land Salzburg, Kultur Stadt Salzburg, Katholisches Bildungswerk und Internationale Salzburg Association.