Signal am Dachstein

Signal am Dachstein, Dachstein glacier, Austria
19 t/m 20 June 2021

Today nature has become fragile, the glaciers are disappearing. With our landscape opera we ask awareness on site for the consequences of the climate change.

For the La Strada Festival we composed a special Signal landscape Opera, suited for a very special place. The Dachstein Glacier in Austria is one of the highest points in the Northern Alps, but also one of the places that constantly reminds us of the horrifying fact that it will be gone in approximately 30 years from now. Our works always try to connect the landscape, the music and the audience and we sincerely hope to raise more attention for the awful climatic disaster that is currently taking place on Dachstein.

A special production from La Strada Graz in co-operation with: Festival der Regionen, Oberösterreich,IN SITU european platform for artistic creation in public space, Dachstein Gletscherbahn Ramsau, Planai-Hochwurzen-Bahnen, Bergrettung & Bergführer Ramsau am Dachstein, Alpenverein Österreich | Schladming, Naturfreunde Österreich | Haus im Ennstal, Universalmuseum Joanneum | Schloss Trautenfels, Land OÖ.

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4 t/m 5 September 2021

Signal in Forum Lulii

Signal in Forum Lulii, Cividale del Friuli Italy

During Mittelfest 2021 we will immerse the ancient town of Cividale del Friuli, Forum Lulii during Roman times, in sounds.

26 t/m 29 August 2021

Another Green World

Another Green World, Landgoed De Wielewaal The Netherlands

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20 t/m 22 August 2021

Soprano Panorama

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15 t/m 25 July 2021


Signal-on-sea, Irvine Beach Park Scotland

Cryptic connects land and sea with sound in Signal-on-sea, a captivating, boundary-crossing coastal installation set against the transitioning sunset sky.