Keyboard Studies

Elisabeth Waglechner am Klavier in der Stiftung Mozarteum | © Christian Schneider

Pianists, organists and harpsichordists can only succeed on the international concert stage if they meet the highest standards in the technical mastery of their instrument and in the penetration of the literature. The top priority at the Department of Keyboard Instruments is to prepare students for a career as an instrumentalist in the best possible way. In addition, majors are offered in chamber music and song interpretation, correpetition, fortepiano or piano pedagogy.

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Elisabeth Waglechner am Klavier in der Stiftung Mozarteum | © Christian Schneider
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Competition
11.2.2020
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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
  • 20.3.
    03:30 pm
    Solitär
    Graduate concert piano: Joo-Yeon Ka
    Student with Jacques Rouvier
    Graduate Concert
    · Free
  • 20.3.
    05:00 pm
    Solitär
    Graduate concert piano: Mai Sakamoto
    Student with Jacques Rouvier
    Graduate Concert
    · Free entry
  • 20.3.
    08:00 pm
    Solitär
    Graduate concert piano: Shogo Tsukada
    Student with Connie Shih
    Graduate Concert
    · Free entry

People

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Hannfried Lucke | © Elsa Okazaki
Hannfried Lucke

Vice Rector for Art / Univ.-Prof. for Organ / Artistic Director International Summer Academy & International Mozart Competition

Rectorate
Teacher
Andreas Weber
Andreas Weber

A.o. Univ. Prof. for Piano / Representative for encouraging talented students

Head of Institute
Teacher
Claudius Tanski | © Elsa Okazaki

A.o. Univ.-Prof. for Piano

Teacher
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