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  • Shift | © Sigi Tomaschko
    Shift KV594 

    W. A. Mozart's composition Adagio in F minor (KV 594) for an organ work in a clock becomes a synesthetic experience in the project Shift, materially visible, audible and tangible. The result was presented in a textile-acoustic concert on July 18.

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  • © Ricsi Kassai
    find me! 

    Mozart had to deal with the problem of being an ordinary person and at the same time an extremely sensitive musician. Was it difficult to accept himself? Did he frighten himself when he realised his extraordinary talent? Was his humour helpful in accepting himself? In the search for answers to these questions, many themes can be discerned that can be symbolic and meaningful for any generation and at any time.

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  • © stadtwienmarkting / Johannes Wiedl
    Upcoming Spot On MozART Events 

    In its final year, the Spot On MozART is entirely dedicated to the "Spot On" moment: analogue and digital media, festivals, conferences, fairs - the Spot On moment is concerned with the presentation and positioning of the projects in public space.

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  • © Bernhard Müller

    NŌGRAPHIE captures the natural gestures of a singer while singing by means of "light painting". Two light cuffs attached to the forearms reproduce a sequence of movements in photographic long-time and enable the graphic representation of the singing body. Singing (Latin: canō, "I sing") and drawing (Greek: graphein, "to write, to draw") merge into a single action, the Canōgraphie, a graphic representation of what emerges pictorially from the singing body.

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  • © Davide Vassallo

    In 1770 Mozart lived in Bologna and passed the examination to become a member of the Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna. ALL'ARIA traces his places of residence and shows Bologna as an ancient and modern city - historical places in a modern time. Taken out of the usual setting, the traditional concert halls and the classical theater, we meet Mozart's music outside, in the street, under the arcades and all'aria - in the air.

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    Mozart in Nairobi 

    The Mozart in Nairobi project tells the story of imprisoned mothers and their left-behind children in Kenya in an essay film,

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  • Spot On MozART Expo
    A review of the Spot On MozART Expo! 

    On October 13 and 14, 2022, the largest exhibition to date of the interdisciplinary and interinstitutional project Spot On MozART took place at the Mozarteum University - an exciting journey through 17 projects, including film premieres, interactive spaces, and a piano-playing industrial robot. We accompanied the expo for you.

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  • © Michael Klimt

    The spatial installation ALLEGRIA is an interdisciplinary, interpretative research on Mozart's Symphony No. 17 in G major (KV 129).

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  • Innerhalb eines Fulldomes, blaue Projektionen an der gewölbten Decke | © Christian Schneider
    Mozart real time quintet 

    The project MOZART-REALTIME QUINTETT offers an audiovisual experience in which the music of W. A. Mozart is realized as a synesthetic, interactive visualization by means of computer-generated real-time graphics. With the aim of creating an active playful and at the same time creative access to the work of Mozart, Mozart's Clarinet Quintet (KV 581) was realized as an interactive fulldome environment. With the help of a touch interface, the visitors can intervene in the audiovisual composition and change it.

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  • © Christian Schneider
    Spot On MozART Workshop Days 2022 

    There was a lot of discussion, ideas were developed and new networks were formed: the Spot On MozART Workshop Days 2022 took place on May 6 and 7 at the Zistelalm on the Gaisberg and were dedicated to the topics of innovation, visualization, research and the Spot On Moment based on Mozart's music. We were there for you and accompanied the participants.

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  • © Christian Schneider
    That was the Spot On MozART Lounge 

    On March 10, 2022, project participants and interested parties met at the Spot On MozART Lounge in the Small Studio of the Mozarteum University. A cozy "come together" with films and an exhibition on the current Spot On MozART projects. We accompanied the event for you.

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  • © Claudia Lehmann & Konrad Hempel
    Mozart in minor meets Archive 

    In two open workshop phases, students from the Department of Scenography and teachers from the Mozarteum University met with employees of the Red Bull Media House to examine and explore sounds in a minor key by W. A. Mozart and the fascinating visual worlds of the Red Bull Media House film and image archive.

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  • Projekt Spiel! / Spot On MozART Expo | © Christian Schneider

    In the installation Play!, the communication between different technologies repeatedly gives rise to new Mozart compositions, which are "interpreted" by an industrial robot at the grand piano.

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  • © Theresa Marka
    How to find myself through Mozart 

    HOW TO FIND MYSELF THROUGH MOZART: GELEBTE KUNST WITH SALZBURGER YOUTH is an artistic-visual and scientific project, which was realized in cooperation with the University of Salzburg as well as the University Clinic for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of the Paracelsus Medical Private University.

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  • © Michael Gebendorfer
    VR MozART 

    VR MozART takes the audience on a journey through space and time, using virtual reality glasses to immerse us in the emotional world of experience that W. A. Mozart's music opens up in all of us. In the English reading, the title VR MozART refers to the cultural adaptation that Mozart's work has experienced in European and also worldwide reception.

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    Cultural Hotspots 

    The city of Mozart, Salzburg, offers many opportunities to get to know the musical heritage of the genius loci. But where are these Mozart's CULTURAL HOTSPOTS hiding? A smartphone app sends interested people on a voyage of discovery in the city of Salzburg and acts as a link between music-historical places and Mozart's music.

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  • © Alrun Pacher
    The colors of Salzburg 

    Establishing a similarity between the harmonic sequences in W. A. Mozart's Phantasia in C minor (KV 475) and the color chords of Salzburg is the starting point and program of the artistic-scientific cooperation project that brings together selected students of the University Mozarteum Salzburg and young people as well as adults of the class "Sound and Color" of the Landesmusikschule Bad Ischl.

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