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From A for Applied Theatre to Z for Zither - more than 2,000 highly talented students from 70 countries devote themselves to the arts, their mediation and their exploration at the Mozarteum University together with 550 teachers.



  • © Wildbild & Team
    Awarding of ensemble scholarship 

    The presentation concert of the scholarship holders of the newly created ensemble scholarship A (one-year) Start Up for Ensemble(s) took place in the impressive ambience of Schloss Leopoldskron at the beginning of April. In cooperation with "The International Society of Mozarteum University Salzburg", over 44.000 euros will be made available to students or graduates of the Mozarteum University Salzburg.

  • Florentine Klepper | © POLA Studios
    On the sensual telling of stories 

    Florentine Klepper has been Professor of Music Drama (scenic) at the Department of Opera & Music Theatre since the summer semester 2024. In the interview, she provides insights into her working methods, previous and ongoing projects and shares her thoughts on the various facets of music theatre.

  • Sir Ian Stoutzker | © Live Music Now
    In memoriam Sir Ian Stoutzker 

    The British businessman, musician and philanthropist Sir Ian Stoutzker made a lifelong commitment to young musicians out of a deep conviction that music is an important factor in everyone's life. He died on 6 April 2024 at the age of 95.

    In memoriam
  • © Michael Klimt
    On the future of Music Education 

    On April 4 and 5, 2024, the 24th "Music Didactics Austria" conference took place at Frohnburg Castle of the Mozarteum University in cooperation with the Salzburg Education Directorate and the Salzburg University of Teacher Education. After an opening by Vice-Rector Mario Kostal and Daniela Gutschi, State Councillor for Education, a video message from Vice-Rector Matteo Carmignola of the Salzburg University of Teacher Education and a keynote speech by Martina Müller (BMBWF), the conference focused on the future of music education.

    Press release


  • 8.4.—30.4.2024
    Study concerts April 2024
    Study concerts (or "class evenings") are concerts in which students of the Mozarteum University perform on stage. They are either organised as part of courses or by the respective departments - and can be experienced with free admission.
    Study concert
    · Free
  • 18.4.—20.4.2024
    Theater im KunstQuartier
    Elfriede Jelinek: The silent girl
    The NSU trial is the largest criminal trial against right-wing extremist violence since the Second World War. Commentators have described the 438 days of proceedings as "drilling deep into German society". After the trial began in 2013, Elfriede Jelinek wrote "Das schweigende Mädchen".
  • 19.4.—20.4.2024
    Music theory workshop
    This workshop weekend offers an ideal supplement to your own preparation. In a group rotation principle, all important areas of the licensing exam are taken with a focus on ear training and tone setting.
  • 20.4.—21.4.2024
    Masterclass with Kobie van Rensburg: Le nozze di Figaro
    (Location: Opera Studio) Kobie van Rensburg was born in Johannesburg and studied law and political science alongside his vocal studies. He made his debut at the age of 20 in 1991 as Belmonte in Mozart's Abduction from the Seraglio at the Roodepoort City Opera.
    · Free
  • 20.4.2024
    05:00 pm
    Kleines Studio
    Practicing Care
    Practicing Care: Connection
    "Connection" is a solo performance about political prisoners and politicians, about freedom and imprisonment, about decisions and consequences, about guilt and responsibility, about strength and weakness. It is a piece about the lack of connection with political prisoners.
    · Free


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Sinfoniekonzert Max Schlereth Saal Oktober 2023 | © Michael Klimt
Ion Marin und das Akademieorchester im Rahmen der Mozartwoche 2023 | © Wolfgang Lienbacher
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