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136 events found
  • February 2024

  • 21.2.—2.3.2024
    Theater im KunstQuartier
    La Bohème
    Rudolfo and his friends Marcelo, Musetta, Collin and Schaunard use their imagination and group cohesion to create a parallel world in which they can live happily with few resources. Then Mimi joins the group.
  • 27.2.
    04:00 pm
    Kleines Studio
    spring arrived, inside the nest casts shadows over us
    Interdisciplinary performance with participants from the fields of visual arts, music and dance. As part of project manager Salome Roithinger's MA degree in IGP Violin, the artists explore ways and means of combining artistic disciplines.
    Performance
    · Free
  • 27.2.
    07:00 pm
    Theater im KunstQuartier
    Practicing Care
    Alhierd Bacharevič: Europe's Dogs
    Belarusian author Alhierd Bacharevič presents his magnum opus with the 900-page novel "Europe's Dogs". The book is populated by eccentric characters: lonely seekers, feverish dreamers, failed existences, born escapists.
    Reading
    · Free
  • March 2024

  • 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
  • 1.3.
    11:00 am
    Solitär
    Graduate concert Bassoon: Jorge Villatoro Harillo
    Student with Marco Postinghel
    Graduate Concert
    · Free
  • 1.3.
    12:30 pm
    Solitär
    Graduate concert Oboe: Carlos Jose Andrés Lafarga
    Student with Stefan Schilli
    Graduate Concert
    · Free
  • 4.3.
    05:30 pm
    Franz-Josef-Straße 2
    Applied Theatre
    TheaterLabor X
    Theatre enthusiasts and newcomers are welcome! Everyone together, citizens, people who live in Salzburg, students and life artists try out theatre together.
    Open Theatre Lab
    · Free entry
  • 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
  • 7.3.
    03:25 pm
    Wiener Saal, Stiftung Mozarteum
    Graduate concert Violin: Alice Dondio
    Student with Klara Flieder
    Graduate Concert
    · Free
  • 7.3.
    04:30 pm
    Wiener Saal, Stiftung Mozarteum
    Graduate concert Violin: Mana Kobayashi
    Student with Rainer Schmidt
    Graduate Concert
    · Free
  • 7.3.—9.3.2024
    Max Schlereth Saal
    aspekteSALZBURG: Stabat Mater Furiosa
    While travelling through war-torn Lebanon in 1997, Jean-Pierre Siméon wrote the theatrical monologue "Stabat Mater Furiosa", a mother's furious indictment of all violence, wars and atrocities committed and to come.
  • 8.3.
    07:00 pm
    Kleines Studio
    Social Justice: I ~ YOU ~ WE
    Fluid identities and bodies in performance: Who is my ME? If I am ME, then who is YOU and if YOU are YOU, where does the WE begin? These questions are at the beginning of a joint creative process involving students from the Orff Institute.
  • 9.3.
    07:00 pm
    Großer Saal, Stiftung Mozarteum
    Mozart:Forum
    Mozart & Schwemmer: Requiem-Spiegelungen
    The German composer Frank Schwemmer (born 1963) specialises in singable contemporary choral music. Two years ago, he was commissioned by the Mozarteum University to write a commentary on Mozart's Requiem KV 626.