Cultural institutions and events
Operetta has a long and proud tradition in Liechtenstein. Since the 1940s the country's two operetta stages in Balzers and Vaduz have been bringing top-class operetta to the people.
For two sizzling summer days and warm summer nights, Schaan is transformed into a hub of music, art and culture.
The International Music Academy in the Principality of Liechtenstein would like to invite classical music enthusiasts to a host of concerts.
The list of international stars who have come to Liechtenstein to share their knowledge as part of the Liechtenstein International Masterclasses reads like a who's who of the music world. With such an amazing array of...
The Liechtensteiner Gitarrentage is an annual festival of guitar music which regularly welcomes international stars to Liechtenstein.
Experience language and writing live, get to know authors and artists in person - the events of the Literature House are a must for literature fans.
Good music on a warm summer's evening under the starry Vaduz sky - the regular jazz & blues evenings held in the centre of Liechtenstein's capital are what summer is all about.
Created in 2003, the Schlösslekeller in Vaduz is Liechtenstein's only small-scale theatre.
Im Jahr 1988 gründeten liechtensteinische Musiker und Musikfreunde das „Liechtensteinische Kammerorchester“. Inzwischen trägt es den Namen Sinfonieorchester Liechtenstein und ist ein fester Bestandteil des Kulturlebens...
At the St. Laurentius parish church, on the Reberastrasse road, lies the TAK Theater Liechtenstein, commonly known as the TaK.
A meeting point for everyone with a passion for good jazz.
The Princely Liechtenstein Tattooo with about 280 musicians will take place at the ruines of Schellenberg in September.
The Vaduz Film Festival was created in 1996 and takes place every summer.
Who needs Zurich or Vienna when you have top-class operetta performances right on your doorstep? Since opening in 1999, the Vaduz Operetta has become a hub for lovers of opera and classical music.