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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.

 

News

  • 1.3.2024
    Guitar spring: concert tour & premiere of the "CumTempora" project 

    The guitar department of the Mozarteum University is starting spring 2024 with an extensive programme: students in the classes of Andrea De Vitis and Laura Young have the unique opportunity to showcase their talent at concerts in Italy, which are made possible as part of an Erasmus collaboration with the renowned Boccherini Conservatory in Lucca (Tuscany).

    News
  • Bacharevic Alhierd | © Julia Cimafiejeva
    12.2.2024

    News
  • © Taryn Elliot
    2.2.2024
    Share & Win: Your Erasmus-Story 

    With Erasmus+, students can spend up to twelve months per study cycle at a partner institution in another European country, get to know cities, gain experience, make new contacts and take ECTS credits home with them. The Mozarteum University offers numerous opportunities at many Erasmus+ partner universities worldwide. Share your experiences now and win!

    Erasmus+

Events

  • 1.3.—27.3.2024
    Study concerts March 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
  • 6.3.—10.3.2024
    Universität Mozarteum, SZENE Salzburg, Kollegienkirche
    aspekte – Festival für Musik unserer Zeit [zu Gast am Mozarteum]
    The Aspekte Salzburg Festival was founded in 1977 and takes place every two years in spring. The festival is dedicated to the works of Austrian and international composers of the 20th century and offers a wide range of opportunities to engage with contemporary music.
  • 6.3.
    05:00 pm
    BALG: Exhibition by Leah Camilla Rusch
    Leah Camilla Rusch's first solo exhibition BALG is dedicated to the process of a child maturing into an adult. Viewers are invited to descend into the vaulted cellar and confront the phases of inner transformation, reorganisation and deformation during adolescence.
    Exhibition
    · Free
  • 7.3.
    02:20 pm
    Wiener Saal, Stiftung Mozarteum
    Graduate concert Violin: Eszter Nauratyill
    Student with Annelie Gahl
    Graduate Concert
    · Free

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