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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.



  • Mayumi Hirasaki & Max Volbers | © Harald Hoffmann / Theresa Pewal
    New Early Music 

    Recorder player Max Volbers and baroque violinist Mayumi Hirasaki were recently awarded an OPUS KLASSIK 2023. A conversation about the lively character of early music, the search for the new and the intensive research into the repertoire at the Department of Early Music at the Mozarteum University.

  • Preisträger*innen der Kulturfondpreise Stadt Salzburg 2023 | © Wildbild/Doris Wild

    On November 27, the 2023 Cultural Fund Awards of the City of Salzburg were presented at the Solitär. Among others, Andreas Bernhofer, Thomas Ballhausen and Gordon Safari from the Mozarteum University were honored.

    Awards & Successes


  • 1.12.—21.12.2023
    Study concerts December 2023
    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
  • 7.12.—12.12.2023
    Max Schlereth Saal
    Hansel and Gretel
    Rosamund Gilmore's production takes us on a journey into the subconscious, combining the deep psychological layers of the fairy tale with the cinematically visualized works of Claudia Lehmann's students. The score is performed in an arrangement for chamber orchestra.
  • 11.12.
    05:30 pm
    Franz-Josef-Straße 2
    Applied Theatre
    Open Theatre Lab
    · Free entry
  • 11.12.
    07:00 pm
    Vorlesungssaal - Haus der Musik Innsbruck
    Students of Kathrin Wagner present pieces created during the semester
    · Free
  • 12.12.
    11:00 am
    Academic Sponsorship & Graduation Ceremony
    Festive event
    · Free