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Youth Programme

Youth: Concerts

The Youth programme offers its visitors a comprehensive, age-specific prepared concert programme. Classical music in the context of chamber music forms the focus of the programme around which the concerts are arranged – with the exception of the project Mozart Kinderorchester.
There they find Mozart’s symphonic works.

 

© FOTO FLAUSEN/ISM

Mittendrin (under 4 years)

The audience members – whether big or small – are always right in the middle of it: You can sing along and dance or just listen and relax on comfy cushions. Music should be experienced and the diverse worlds of sound opened up in a playful way.

 

There is so much to experience: instruments, vocals, language and movement always combine in new ways to create an extraordinary concert experience.

 

Doris Valtiner hosts the concerts and presents different ensembles.

 

In cooperation with the Orff Institute of Mozarteum University Salzburg.

 

These programmes are offered as family concerts and nursery concerts.

Lausch-Concerts (Age 4 and up)

Sitting quietly so as not to miss a thing. And then again moving, dancing, singing. These four magical concert programmes allow listeners both young and old to get up close and personal with music in a chamber music setting. They are so close that they can observe the keys, strings and valves in the musicians’ hands.

 

The concerts are moderated by Monika Sigl-Radauer, with performances by various ensembles from Salzburg. All four programmes are offered as family concerts and kindergarten concerts.

 

In cooperation with the Rucksackprojekt of the Integrationsbüro Stadt Salzburg.

Piccolo Concerts (6+)

The Piccolo concerts of Jeunesse are the best medicine against wanderlust: on the 70th birthday of Austria’s leading concert promoter we undertake musical journeys to the fantastic-groovy countries of Takadimia and Bummtschakistan, to the magnificent Paris of the 1920s and even to the Far East. We only spend Christmas at home and rummage in the Christmas carol treasure chest.

Right at the beginning Claudio, a “world percussionist”, meets Yoyo, the body drumming street sweeper. This unequal couple embarks on a groovy and comical journey through musical worlds full of rhythms and emotions. In December Marko Simsa opens his famous Christmas carol treasure chest. With violin, guitar, double bass and percussion the cheeky and funny songs are of course wrapped up contemplatively and sung solemnly together with the young audience! Afterwards they will travel to the Paris of the past with the help of an extremely musical time machine. Together with the villains we discover the lost composition of a famous Parisian composer. The last stop is the fascinating, colourful world of the Orient, where Scheherazade, the daughter of the vizier, tells the tyrannical Sultan her exciting stories night after night …

 

In cooperation with Jeunesse Austria.

 

The Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation is the seat of Jeunesse Salzburg, a branch of Jeunesse Austria.

Bazar Concerts (12+)

In the 2019/20 season, the bazaar concerts, which will take place in a relaxed atmosphere with coffee house seating in the Viennese Hall, will be dedicated to the theme “Paths to Mozart” and the violin school of Leopold Mozart.

 

Although it has been on the market since 1756, it has lost none of its significance: Leopold Mozart’s “Violin School”. He called it an experiment and wanted to perform it thoroughly, he succeeded in producing a masterpiece.

The Chamber (16+)

For dance enthusiasts aged 16 and over

Listen and dance!

The concert format “The Chamber” primarily means to fill a space – with music, with experiments, with external and internal movement. “The Chamber” explores these spaces in various forms – sometimes through the meeting of music and scene, sometimes through the pure experience focused on hearing.

 

Duration: app. 90 minutes

 

Date:

Sunday, 19.04.2020, 5 pm

Viennese Hall

 

Registration:

Mag. Sven Werner
Tel. +43 (0) 662 88 940 29
s.werner@mozarteum.at

Afternoon concert

For interested people of all ages

Members of the Mozart Kinderorchester present chamber music in the Dance Masters Hall in the Mozart Residence during the Museum Week 2019 – partly on original instruments.

This museum week is dedicated to Johann Georg Leopold Mozart, who would have celebrated his 300th birthday in 2019. The father of Salzburg’s probably most famous composer was not only an excellent violinist and composer, but in 1756 also wrote a well-known violin school, which is still used today as a reference for questions of interpretation. The members of the Mozart Kinderorchester use various works by Wolfgang Amadé Mozart, his contemporaries and young, contemporary composers to demonstrate that they want to confront interpretational subtleties at an early age.

 

Duration: app. 40 minutes

 

Date:

Frieday, 15.11.2019, 3 pm

Dance Masters Hall in the Mozart Residence

Free admission!

DIALOGES Concert (15+)

Music – The home in me! A concert with composers who, in, with and through their music, make artistic standpoints on the themes of home, exile and identity audible.

In addition to extracts from the works of Aleksey Igudesman’s “Russian Dance Suite”, Dmitri D. Shostakovich’s 10th Symphony and the ballet music of Sergei Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet”, the newcomer of the new composers Aziza Sadikova will be represented with a piece on her “exiled Russian soul”.

This concert is the basis for workshops and discussions with young people from Salzburg who, in cooperation with akzente Salzburg – Initiatives for Young People, will accompany the theme and partly also moderate the concert.

 

Date:

Frieday, 29.11.2019, 3 pm

Great Hall Mozarteum Foundation

Mozart Kinderorchester (Age 7 and up)

Concert of the Mozart Kinderorchester as part of the Mozart Week 2020

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.

 

Mozart moves young and old: this is to be understood quite literally at the already traditional – and traditionally extraordinary – concert with the Mozart Kinderorchester at the Mozart Week 2020 under the direction of Peter Manning.

Speed-Dating with Mozart

For ambitious hobby musicians and experimental professionals of all ages

With the help of our musical dating program you can find your duo partner, and this time even your string quartet for life!

Interested strings and pianists of all ages, whether ambitious amateurs or professionals, are cordially invited to play Mozart’s sonatas for piano and violin as well as Mozart’s early string quartets with previously unknown duo and quartet partners, who will be drawn by lot on location. The pieces will be announced in good time and must of course be prepared in advance. The ever new combinations of musicians make this speed dating with Mozart an unique experience – active as a participant or just as a listener.

 

Date:

Sunday, 21.06.2020, 6 pm

Viennese Hall of the Mozarteum Foundation

Free Admission

Tickets Subscriptions Youth Programme

With the two festivals Mozart Week and DIALOGUES, as well as the season concerts, the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation offers a variety of high-quality concerts throughout the year. Several discounts are available for children and young people up to age 25.

 

Youth tickets & students

Tickets priced at €10 are available for all Chamber Music concerts, Organ & Film and DIALOGUES (subject to availability).

 

Mozart Week

Subject to availability, youth and student tickets are issued for concerts at Mozart Week: €10 for events at the Mozarteum Foundation, €15 at the Festival venues. Sale of these tickets starts on Jan. 07, 2020.

 

Youth subscription

Children and young people can choose three Chamber Music concerts from the concert season for the price of €15.

 

Flat rate ticket

For only €50, schoolchildren, students and apprentices up to the age of 25 can visit all 26 concerts presented by the Mozarteum Foundation in the Great Hall during the 2018-19 season! This offer applies to the following concert series: Chamber Music, Organ & Film, song recitals and after work (in the Viennese Hall). (Does not apply to the concerts of the Mozarteum Orchestra and the Camerata Salzburg.)

 

The age limit for all discounts is 25 years. In order to purchase a discounted ticket, it is necessary to present a school, student or apprentice ID card. Youth tickets are non-transferable.

Concerts for School classes

No matter whether classical, contemporary, experimental or light music … the concert formats Chamber Music, Organ & Film, DIALOGUES and Mozart Week always provide educators with new impulses for their teaching.

 

On request, we are happy to organise meet & greets with artists or offer workshops that prepare school classes for a concert.

 

2019-20 season concerts

All Chamber Music and Organ & Film concerts can be attended by school classes (with the exception of external events).

Tickets for students for € 5,-

 

Festival DIALOGUES 2019
The programme will be released in June 2019 and is
available for download at www.mozarteum.at

Tickets for students for € 5,-

 

Mozart Week 2020
The following concerts can be booked as school concerts as well

 

#16 Monday, 27.01.2020
11.00 am, Stiftung Mozarteum, Great Hall
Les Vents Français, Kodály String Quartet, Éric Le Sage

 

#19 Tuesday, 28.01.2020
11.00 am, Stiftung Mozarteum, Great Hall
Bläserensemble der Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Mojca Erdmann

 

#23 Wednesday, 29.01.2020
11.00 am, Stiftung Mozarteum, Great Hall
Philharmonie Salzburg, Elisabeth Fuchs

 

#27 Wednesday, 29.01.2020
19.30 pm, Großes Festspielhaus
Wiener Philharmoniker, Lahav Shani

 

#32 Friday, 31.01.2020
11.00 am, Stiftung Mozarteum, Great Hall
Camerata Salzburg, Radek Baborák