The MUK project, Keep Playing, invited AV's grade 10 students to their performance workshops on 23 June 2016. Keep Playing was an immersive experience for AV students beginning with the interdisciplinary workshops leading up to a performance at MUK in term 3. The workshops focused on the three main themes: Investigation, Education, and Innovation. A
Don't forget to stop by AV's street festival tomorrow starting at 14:00! There will be games, food, activities, and live entertainment! Bring your whole family as entry is free! Check here for the full programme!
Wrapping up Term 3, Grade 10 students worked with students and professors from MUK (the Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien). They will take their work to the stage this week in the University's concert hall! Thank you MUK for this wonderful opportunity and the hard work of Irena Manolova and Alvaro Collao León!
To wrap up the hard work each student invests into the Arts, a Gallery showcasing AV Academy students' work in cooperation with the Venezuelan Embassy about music will be on display outside the Recital Hall from 24 June onwards. Do not hesitate to stop by during the Studio Recitals to see this wonderful Gallery showcasing the
During Performance Hour on Wednesday, 16 June, AV students received a special visitor, Alma Deutscher. Alma is an English composer, pianist, violinist, and child prodigy. At age six she composed her first piano sonata. At age seven, she completed her first major composition, the opera The Sweeper of Dreams. Would you like to get to
Congratulations Class of 2016! We are so proud of our first Amadeus Vienna graduates. Check out a few highlights of the AV Graduation Ceremony.
This spring, the first annual Nobel Education Network mathematics celebration challenged Nobel students to showcase their skills with numbers and share their enjoyment of mathematics. Organised by maths teachers across the Network, the event was designed to bring Nobel Schools closer together while celebrating the wonder of mathematics and honouring Nobel’s “mathletes”. Early Years and
A cultural exchange can be a life-changing experience for a student. But what about the family that student leaves behind? Shirley Smith was surprised when her daughter, Carla, who is currently enrolled at Amadeus International School Vienna first said she wanted to live and study at European International School Ho Chi Minh City, a Nobel
They call themselves “the beginning of a legacy.” Twelve students from ten nations are preparing to celebrate the first graduation from Amadeus International School Vienna, which offers its high school students the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. This historic celebration will include a Graduation Ball at the Imperial Hotel, a commemorative video and a cap and
Early Years 1-2 (aged 3-4) students had an amazing evening last night with their first school sleepover! The youngest of the AV students spent the night at school playing games, making pizzas, and watching movies. The night also ended with a pillow fight in the little gym! "What a fabulous day and evening! Not even