December 7, 2019 Uzbekistan on Spittelberg
From 2 p.m. exhibition of handicrafts.
At 6 p.m. we invite you to a lecture about the country and its people with a focus on rural regions, handicrafts and traditions, followed by a small sample of Uzbek food. Entry for the lecture 6 €.
December 1, 2019 ALASH Ensemble – concert
Concert with the internationally known ALASH Ensemble: throat and overtone singing from the Republic of Tuva.
Sun, December 1, 2019 – 7:00 p.m. St. Johannes-Nepomuk-Kapelle, Währinger Gürtel near U-Bahnbogen 115, 1090 Vienna
November 30, 2019 KultEurasia at the Bazaar of Cultures
The Bazaar of Cultures is intended on the one hand to contribute to intercultural dialogue, on the other hand to show part of the diversity of Munich and of course also what the groups in Munich and in their countries are implementing in so diverse projects. KultEurasia is there with Central Asian handicrafts and presents its projects.
November 30, 2019 from 7:00 p.m. EineWeltHaus, Schwanthalerstr. 80, 80336 Munich
7. November 2019 Xinjiang – Land of the Uyghurs
Daniela Lieberwirth takes you on a photographic journey to Xinjiang. See original markets, traditional Uyghur residential quarters and cultural treasures in the land of the Uyghurs. The photos were taken on a trip in 2015.
November 7, 2019 – 6:30 p.m. Armoni Musik Kultur Bildungs Verein, Denisgasse 26, 1200 Vienna
September 28-29, 2019 World Music Festival in Bratislava
Daniela Lieberwirth, chairwoman of KultEurasia, takes part in the conference.
September 14, 2019 KultEurasia at “We in Ottakring and Penzing”
KultEurasia is there with an information and handicraft stand as well as a contribution to the stage program: Ümüt Muratbekova plays on the Kyrgyz Komuz.
September 14, 2019 – 1 p.m.-7 p.m. Place in front of the U3 terminal at Ottakring
September 7, 2019 Uyghur cultural evening in the 1001 Nights Café Restaurant
Sat. September 7, 2019 – from 7:00 p.m., Thousand and One Nights Cafe Restaurant, Jörgerstraße 50, 1170 Vienna
September 1-6, 2019 KultEurasia participates in the ICDO project “The Long Nights of Interculturality 2019”
KultEurasia particpates in several events: with music, presentation of Miniatures of the painter Feruz Temirov from Uzbekistan on the exhibition, a handicraft table and the “Costumes of the World” performance on the closing day with traditional costumes from different regions of Central Asia.
See the full program here: http://www.icdo.at/projects/tlni-2019/
September 6, 2019 – Vienna Stock Exchange, Wipplingerstraße 34, 1010 Vienna
August 11 – September 1, 2019. Uzbekistan trip
Fergana Valley (Rishtan, Margilan) – Tashkent – Surkhandarya (Boysun, Derbent) – Bukhara – Samarkand
The trip includes among others meetings with Husniddin Ato, Shirin Zhalilova, Dilmurod Mirzaev and Dilorom Mamedowa in Tashkent. Abror Kasimov and Islom Karimov in Kokand as well as Alisher Nazirov in Rishtan. Shavkat Boltaev, Alisher Narzullaev (Gijduvan ceramics), Anvar Kurbanov, Feruz Temirov and Shukurillo Kamolov in Bukhara- Dilshod Abdulkhaev as well as Normurod Negmatov and Natalya Nikitina in “Art Studio Aysel” in Samarkand. Daniela Lieberwirth did also research in Boysun / Surkhandarya and met the talented weaver Nazokat Sobirova there.
As always, there is a travel report on our blog.
June 7 and 8, 2019 KultEurasia at the StrassenKunstFest on Yppenplatz
KultEurasia will be there with a craft stand. We present “Clothes along the Silk Road” and much more from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.
Friday June 7, 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm and Saturday June 8, 10:00 am – 9:00 pm: Yppenplatz, 1160 Vienna
June 6: Daniela Lieberwirth presents KultEurasia on an International Conference in Almaty/Kazakhstan
The MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND SPORT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN organizes an
International Conference on “PERSONALITY, TRADITION, CULTURE IN MUSICAL ETHNOGRAPHY to the 150th anniversary of Alexander Zatayevich” in the KURMANGAZY KAZAKH NATIONAL CONSERVATOIRE on June 6-8, 2019
Daniela Lieberwirth is invited to give a short presentation of KultEurasia: goals, already realized projects and future plans.
Thanks a lot to the Kurmangazy Kazakh National Conservatoire and Serik Nurmoldayev for this great opportunity.
May 18 to June 7, 2019 Kazakhstan trip
Nur-Sultan – Burabay – Almaty
The trip includes meetings with Raushan Orazbaeva, Tokzhan Karatai – who becomes member of KultEurasia, Aigerim Bekkali from Oyanu Art Gallery, Serik Nurmoldayev and Steppe sons. Daniela Lieberwirth also vistits an exhibition opening by Leyla Mahat in the “Contemporary Art Center Kulanshi” in Nur-Sultan.
A Central Asian weekend: May 10 and 11, 2019
May 10, 2019 Meimankhan Beken plays and tells:
Kazakhstan and Central Asia – home of the 3rd soul
Lecture with music and fairy tales.
May 10, 2019 – 7 p.m. Armoni – Musik Kultur Bildungs Verein, Denisgasse 26, 1200 Vienna
May 11, 2019 Central Asia on Spittelberg
Lecture and bazaar with handicrafts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan
Get to know the three countries of Central Asia in a lecture with photos by Daniela Lieberwirth as well as the rich handicrafts of the region.
We look forward to see you: Cholpon, Aigerim and Daniela
May 11, from 3 p.m., Atelier Mitte 7, Stuckgasse 9, 1070 Vienna
Lecture: 5 p.m.
April 2 – 10, 2019: KultEurasia at the International Bakhshi Festival in Termez / Uzbekistan
April 5, 2019 Ümüt Muratbekova, Aidana Madyar and Meimankhan Beken during the Q202 Atelier Tour 2019
Fri. April 5, 2019 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m .: Traditional music on the Komuz (Kyrgyz lute) with Ümüt Muratekova from Kyrgyzstan.
Fri. April 5, 2019 6:00 p.m. – about 6:45 p.m .: Traditional Kazakh music with Aidana Madyar (Saz Surnai) and Meimankhan Beken (Zhetigen).
In the ARMONI Musik Kultur Bildungs Verein, Denisgasse 26, 1200 Vienna.
Uzbekistan – Days in Vienna from March 14 – 17, 2019
We would like to thank everyone who made this event possible in Vienna, four days completely dedicated to the country and culture of Uzbekistan: the great artists and artisans, the Uzbek embassy in Vienna, our sponsor GTOUR and Irene Begovic from our partner association ARMONI.
The association KultEurasia presented the cultural wealth of Uzbekistan over four days at events, some of which took place in parallel. It all started with a Davul – Doira drum workshop with Ravshan Husniddinov from Uzbekistan and Askin Kaya from our Anatolian partner association ARMONI on Thursday, March 14.
The concert “Uzbekistan meets Anatolia” continued on Friday, March 15 in the foyer of the WUK workshops and culture house. The ARMONI association and its musicians Askin & Coskun Kardesler were also present at the concert. We are very happy that the experiment to unite artists and instruments of the two Turkic peoples on stage was such a success. The Uzbek music and dance group Shodlik leaded into the world of the historic Silk Road with music and dance. The brilliant opening with the Uzbek Karnay played by the leader of the group Shodlik, Dilmurod Mirzaev, and Ravshan Husniddinov accompanied by the Anatolian zurna and the big drum Davul was followed by a firework of impressions. The dancers Shirin Zhalilova and Katja Daniela Hillebrand enchanted with the elegant dances of the Silk Road. The Anatolian Yanik Kardesler gave a wonderful musical performance. Another highlight of the evening: Madina Muminova from Usekistan, who is studying German in Vienna, read a poem by the Uzbek national poet Alisher Navoi. During the break, the guests could enjoy the Uzbek national dish Plov, sponsored by GTOUR, the Uzbek embassy contributed Somsa (filled dumplings) and ARMONI provided, among other things, the desserts.
The two dancers taught Central Asian dance all day on March 16 and 17 in the Cultural Space of the Vienna Academy of Visionary Art. They gave an introduction to the different dance styles of Uzbekistan.
Rosa Vercoe traveled specially from London to the Festival of Uzbek Culture in Vienna. Rosa is particularly interested in Uzbek culture. She is actively involved in organizing cultural events for the British Uzbek Society in London. In her free time, Rosa writes blogs devoted to the culture and art of Central Asia. She also wrote a blog in Russian and Uzbek language about the Vienna Uzbekistan Days.
In parallel to the dance workshop, handicraft exhibitions and presentations took place on Saturday and Sunday in the “Atelier Mitte 7” and WUK workshops and culture house with Suzani specialists Dilshod Abdulkhaev and Nafisa Shakirova from Samarkand and the masters of miniature painting and metalworking from Buchara Feruz Temirov and Anvar Kurbanov. In addition to imparting a lot of background knowledge about their outstanding works of art, the artists / artisans also gave their guests the opportunity to look over their shoulders at work and try themselves.
Daniela Lieberwirth, chairwoman of KultEurasia, took the visitors on a virtual trip to Uzbekistan and provided information on various travel-related topics as well as the country, people and traditions.
On Saturday evening, artists and guests spent a wonderful musical evening in the “Thousand and One Nights Café Restaurant”.
We would also like to thank our wonderful guests for an unforgettable time and look forward to a repeat!
Many thanks also to the photographers Robert Hailwax and Amir Siddique for the wonderful memories!
February 28, 2019 Kalmyk Evening
Screening of documentaries and concert program with Chingis Azydov.
Thursday, February 28, 2019 – 7:00 p.m., Federation for World Peace – UPF Austria, Seidengasse 28/4, 1070 Vienna
February 25, 2019 – Screening
Invitation to the film “Search for traces: Austrians as prisoners of war in Central Asia 1914 – 1920” by Peter Felch with subsequent discussion.
Mon, February 25, 2019 – 6:30 p.m., lecture hall of the Austrian Cultural Association, Hanuschgasse 3, courtyard 2, staircase 4, 1st floor, 1010 Vienna