The Bachkoor Holland was brought to life, with the purpose of arranging performances of all works composed by Johann Sebastian Bach: choirworks, chambermusic, orchestra compositions, organ compositions and all other works composed for
In 2009, hydrant first started working with Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, the premier attraction in the North West that houses considerable collections of fine and decorative art, human history and natural sciences.
1 key, 12 museums, many lifetimes.
Previously known as the Historic Houses Trust of NSW, the newly rebranded and relaunched Sydney Living Museums were looking for one website to bring together 12 important historical houses, gardens and museums in
The Flemish Art Collection (Vlaamse Kunstcollectie) launched a virtual museum about the Belgian artist and painter James Ensor on http://jamesensor.vlaamsekunstcollectie.be. This website was built using popular open source technology such as Drupal,
The Amsterdam Museum, until 2011 called the Amsterdams Historisch Museum, is a museum about the history of Amsterdam. Since 1975, it is located in the old city orphanage between Kalverstraat and Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal.
Het Gemeentemuseum Den Haag (The Hague Municipal Museum) is a museum with a huge collection of modern art, crafts, fashion and musical instruments. The museum owns the largest Mondrian collection in the world.
Beeckestijn is again an inspiring place to be: at the special exhibition to visit, to become aware of the cultural background of gardening and landscaping, to walk, to enjoy the last sun on the terrace, to confer to give a party, for example, to
The ComSonante choir website was created with the purpose of promoting community singing.
ComSonante sings choirworks a capella (Portuguese, classical, Renaissance and contemporary) and the maestro is Luiz Pedro Faro.
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La salle de spectacle CO2 is a theater located in Switzerland which presents three different sector of the performing arts (music, theater and dance), offering a program which is as diversified as its audience.
‘Wearmouth Jarrow’ in North East England is one of the most important historic sites in the world, which is why it was UK’s nominated site for World Heritage Site status in 2011. The twin Anglo-Saxon monastery is centred around St.
Hansel of Film is a project by Shetland Arts Development Agency, funded by LOCOG and Creative Scotland. Meaning ‘gift of film’ it's a relay of short films, travelling from Shetland to Southampton and back again.
The successful bid for UNESCO World Heritage Site (WHS) status places Cornwall and West Devon's historic mining landscapes on a par with such international treasures as Stonehenge, the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China Cornwall Council asked