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Youth Programme

Projects

Some offers don’t fit into any category – and that’s a good thing. They find their place in our projects, which are characterized by allowing new ways of playing with and through Mozart and creating extraordinary encounters.

 

Information and registration:

Sven Werner

Schwarzstr. 26, 5020 Salzburg

Tel. +43 (0) 662 889 40 28

s.werner@mozarteum.at 

Mozart Kinderorchester

For children from 7 to 12 years old

 

The Mozart Kinderorchester of the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation: these are around 60 young musicians between the ages of seven and twelve who inspire their audiences with their playful charm, liveliness and fun in making music.

 

As a project, the Mozart Children’s Orchestra wants to give young female musicians the opportunity to gain orchestral experience in an international context and to present themselves during the Mozart Week. In doing so, they are meeting the demands of Mozart’s works and those of contemporary composers with great enthusiasm.

 

Information on the admission procedure and other questions:

s.werner@mozarteum.at

In cooperation with

Städtische Musikschule Traunstein, Landesmusikschule Mondsee, Städtische Musikschule Bad Reichenhall, Musikschule Trostberg, MLV Laufen, Musikschule Grassau, Musikschule Burghausen, Musikschule Mühldorf, Musikschule Teisendorf, Universität Mozarteum Salzburg

 

With special support from
Peggy Weber McDowell and Jack McDowell

Rhapsody in School

For young people aged 12 and over

 

Also this season the Mozarteum Foundation Salzburg is cooperation partner of “Rhapsody in School”. In this way, we want to make it possible for school classes to meet artists who perform in our house. The artists are guests of the participating classes in the school one morning; the classes attend the concert or the dress rehearsal of the artists.

 

“Rhapsody in School” was founded by the pianist Lars Vogt. With this project, musicians who normally play on big stages shorten the distance between themselves and their audiences. Away from the orchestra pit and the hype of the press, the well-known personalities convey what music means to them. Through audio examples and personal insight into their profession, they want to pass on their enthusiasm for their instruments and music to children and young people. As the artists’ school visits can usually only be arranged at very short notice, please let us know if you and your class would like to participate in “Rhapsody in School”. If a musician can visit your school class, we will be happy to get in touch with you.

 

Date and duration by arrangement
Location: at the school

 

Information and Registration:

s.werner@mozarteum.at

Teachers' Club

The Mozart Network for Teachers

 

For optimal cooperation between the schools and the Mozarteum Foundation, a “Teachers’ Club” with many advantages for members is offered throughout the year. A meeting place for teachers from Salzburg and the surrounding area who meet in a cultural setting, have conversations, exchange ideas and would like to make the diverse world of art accessible to pupils. Members of the “Teachers’ Club” are invited to events, receive information before publication and have the opportunity to reserve offers for school classes in advance. We also offer individual support in the planning and implementation of projects and event visits.

 

Registration for the teachers’ club is possible all year round:

s.werner@mozarteum.at

Partner School

The chosen partner school is the direct contact for the development of new projects within the children and youth programme of the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation.
The aim of this project is to give pupils individual access to classical and contemporary music, to promote their creativity, to facilitate access to the Mozarteum Foundation Salzburg and its musical programme and to enable them to experience the performances even more intensively through additional offers. In the coming season, the BG Nonntal will be a partner school of the Mozarteum Foundation. Interested schools can already register now for subsequent seasons.