Students of Amadeus International School Vienna (AV) performed for Ambassador Dr Johannes Peterlik at a reception in the magnificent rooms of the Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs.
372 Euros were raised during the AV’s Got Talent Event last Friday to support Lotus Foundation Fund and, specifically, school placement for young girls at a school in Laos.
We are delighted to welcome Professor Sylvia Greenberg to AMADEUS Vienna for a voice masterclass.
This years’ annual AMADEUS Gala took place in the historical Brahms Saal of the Wiener Musikverein. Guests enjoyed an innovative programme designed and produced by the AV students and staff under the direction of Karen Goh, the Board Appointed Director of AMAA.
In 1968 the International Baccalaureate was founded, paving the way for groundbreaking developments in international education. This weekend, the IBO 50th Anniversary Conference was held in Vienna to celebrate 50 years of a worldwide community with a shared vision to foster open minds for all primary and secondary students.
On a bright Friday afternoon the students and staff of AMADEUS Vienna met up on the hills of house three to participate in a beautiful event called “ The AV Mile”. The students and staff were preparing for this day for weeks. It was finally the day for them and everyone was really happy and […]
AMADEUS Vienna recently was honored to be chosen as the location for a commemorative bust of Slovakian opera legend Lucia Popp. Popp was born in 1939 in Slovakia where she initially studied drama. However, her career path changed when she made her debut at 23 as the Queen of the Night in Mozart’s The Magic Flute. In 1963 […]
At AMADEUS Vienna we love supporting creative endeavors, even when they are not our own projects. With that in mind, our community came together to host 56 students who were visiting Vienna as a part of the Australian Girls Choir tour. During their time in Vienna, the girls and their management team conducted workshops for […]
On August 30th and 31st the Grade 6 students were taken off their regular timetable to be given workshops by the different areas in Secondary.