Music education Salzburg

Tag der offenen Tür Musikpädagogik | © Christian Schneider

The Department of Music Education introduces students to their future work as teachers in different types of schools. The focus is on openness and creativity in dealing with diverse forms of musical expression, research, the development of new forms of medial communication, as well as cooperation with cultural institutions in the Salzburg area and the promotion of international exchange.

Courses

Events

  • 31.10.2024
    07:00 pm
    Kleines Studio
    ÖH Mozarteum
    Open Stage
    Instrumental – Vocal – Performance: Invitation to the Open Stage!
    Concert
    · Free
  • 21.11.2024
    07:00 pm
    Kleines Studio
    ÖH Mozarteum
    Open Stage
    Instrumental – Vocal – Performance: Invitation to the Open Stage!
    Concert
    · Free

News

  • © Wildbild & Team
    16.4.2024
    Awarding of ensemble scholarship 

    The presentation concert of the scholarship holders of the newly created ensemble scholarship A (one-year) Start Up for Ensemble(s) took place in the impressive ambience of Schloss Leopoldskron at the beginning of April. In cooperation with "The International Society of Mozarteum University Salzburg", over 44.000 euros will be made available to students or graduates of the Mozarteum University Salzburg.

    News
  • © Michael Klimt
    12.4.2024
    On the future of Music Education 

    On April 4 and 5, 2024, the 24th "Music Didactics Austria" conference took place at Frohnburg Castle of the Mozarteum University in cooperation with the Salzburg Education Directorate and the Salzburg University of Teacher Education. After an opening by Vice-Rector Mario Kostal and Daniela Gutschi, State Councillor for Education, a video message from Vice-Rector Matteo Carmignola of the Salzburg University of Teacher Education and a keynote speech by Martina Müller (BMBWF), the conference focused on the future of music education.

    Press release
  • Co-CreART | © Cati Krüger
    8.4.2024

    Together with children and young people, the inter- and transdisciplinary CreART Lab is being developed in collaboration with partners from the fields of art & culture, science & technology, education & outreach, and in cooperation with regional companies and networks. A mobile experimental space that, in the spirit of the guiding principle "Co-Creating Change!", is intended to inspire, motivate and support children and young people to (co-)create change.

    Research project
  • Ziyu He | © Sofija Palurovic
    15.3.2024
    A new home - Ziyu He 

    Ziyu He was one of the youngest soloists in the Vienna Philharmonic when he made his debut at the Musikverein under Adam Fischer in 2017 at the age of just 18. The year before, he won both the International Mozart Competition in Salzburg and the Yehudi Menuhin Competition, and in 2014 he was the Eurovision Young Musician of the Year. He is a violinist with the renowned Altenberg Trio.

    Alumnae & Alumni Stories

Mediathek

Co-CreART

Wie werden wir in Zukunft bauen und (zusammen)wohnen? Wie werden wir uns fortbewegen? Und: Wie können Kunst und Wissenschaft hier zusammenwirken und sich gegenseitig inspirieren? Diese Fragen stehen im Projekt Co-CreART im Mittelpunkt. 

cult. spot: Ein musikalischer Städteführer

Die App „cult.spot“ begleitet jugendliche User*innen zu historischen Orten und ermöglicht dadurch ein besonderes Musikerleben mit Originalwerken an den authentischen Schau- und Hörplätzen. Durch Gamification und Storytelling werden vielschichtige Lernanlässe geschaffen und die Neugierde geweckt.

Research projects

  • Co-CreART | © Cati Krüger
    8.4.2024

    Together with children and young people, the inter- and transdisciplinary CreART Lab is being developed in collaboration with partners from the fields of art & culture, science & technology, education & outreach, and in cooperation with regional companies and networks. A mobile experimental space that, in the spirit of the guiding principle "Co-Creating Change!", is intended to inspire, motivate and support children and young people to (co-)create change.

    Research project
  • Illustration eines Auges
    1.9.2017
    Sound Christmas trees and other gifts. "Silent Night" in the artistic-scientific field of tension 

    An autograph from the hand of Joseph Mohr, written around 1820, is the oldest surviving autograph of a carol which, starting in Oberndorf, quickly spread throughout the 'old' and 'new' world. Silent Night" is a song that - translated into many languages - has become an integral part of the Christmas message of peace. To what extent can a 100-year-old song appeal to young people today and become an impulse for creative work? Pupils of the BORG Oberndorf and the BORG-Gastein are invited to deal imaginatively with the topics opened up by the song and to reflect on and evaluate the products of their work together.

    Research project
  • Illustration eines Auges
    1.10.2012
    Individual ↔ Collectivum 

    Students of the 7A class of the BORG-Nonntal will create a music-theatrical performance of the improvisational-experimental score Individuum↔Collectivum (1979) by the composer Vinko Globokar. How can experimental-improvisational artistic interactions be described as aesthetic and social phenomena? Which methods prove to be particularly suitable for this purpose and what conclusions can be drawn in order to specifically promote aesthetic competences in music lessons?

    Research project

Publications

Michaela Schwarzbauer, Clemens Peck [Hg.]
Ausatmungen
LIT Verlag, Wien/Berlin 2024 | Einwürfe: Texte zu Musik - Kunst - Pädagogik : Band 13
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Research Assistant / Second Vice-Chair of the Students’ Union

Senate
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Martin Losert | © Elsa Okazaki
Martin Losert

Univ.-Prof. of Instrumental & Vocal Pedagogy / Coordinator of the Cooperation with the Vorarlberger Landeskonservatorium GmbH

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Department Head
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Curriculum Committee

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Stefan David Hummel | © Elsa Okazaki
Stefan David Hummel

Head of Pre-College / Personal Assistant to the Rector / Coordinator of the International Mozart Competition / Lecturer for orchestra didactics & ensemble

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