Youth Programme

Youth Programme – 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.

Mittendrin (under 4 years)

<p><strong>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. </strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>There is so much to experience: instruments, vocals, language and movement always combine in new ways to create an extraordinary concert experience.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Doris Valtiner hosts the concerts and presents different ensembles.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>In cooperation with the Orff Institute of Mozarteum University Salzburg.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>These programmes are offered as family concerts and nursery concerts.</strong></p>

Lausch-Concerts (age 4 and up)

<p><strong>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.</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The concerts are moderated by <strong>Monika Sigl-Radauer</strong>, with performances by various ensembles from Salzburg. All four programmes are offered as family concerts and kindergarten concerts.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>In cooperation with the Rucksackprojekt of the Integrationsbüro Stadt Salzburg.</p>

Piccolo-Concerts (6+)

<p><strong>This year, the Jeunesse Piccolo Concerts are quite unusual: you will dance groovy tangos, speak unknown languages, paint pictures with the sound of saxophones and catch the most famous wolf in music history.</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Groovy tangos and lilting waltzes kick off the cycle: In “Tritsch-Tratsch-Tango”, the Groovin’ Tango Quintett – a young group from Tyrol that won the “BePhilharmonic: Strauss Music Contest 2016” – switches seamlessly between Argentinian and Viennese dances.</p> <p>Marko Simsa and the ensemble Sonos Vienna tell the musical tale of Peter and his friend, the bird, who defeat the big, grey wolf with exceptional courage and a large helping of cunning.</p> <p>In the third concert, the audience hears pictures through the music of Mussorgsky, presented by Aureum saxophone quartet and actor Gioia Osthoff.</p> <p>Finally, “with open arms”, the duo Braz Bazar take the audience on a trip into a world of Persian music, singing and dancing.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>In cooperation with Jeunesse Austria.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation is the seat of Jeunesse Salzburg, a branch of Jeunesse Austria.</p>

The Chamber (16+)

<p><strong>“The Chamber” is a concert format that strives, first and foremost, to fill a space – with music, with experiments, with external and internal movement. “The Chamber” explores these spaces in various forms – sometimes through the combination of the music and the setting, and sometimes through the pure, focussed experience of listening.</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>When Zsófia Boros dances across the strings of the guitar, everything sounds effortless and musically clear – whether it is slow or fast, wild or solemn. “To keep this [interpretation] in constant motion and to view the works from a different, new perspective and process and perform them differently each time is the most wonderful thing about music!” (Zsófia Boros)</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>The Viennese Hall becomes a listening room with various seating areas for this solo concert, “Schwebend zwischen Tanz und Traum” (Floating Between Dance and Dream). The audience can choose whether they want to lie on the floor or sit on chairs or cushions. Nothing should hinder the listening experience.</p> <p>With music by Quique Sinesi, Mathias Duplessy, Björn Meyer, Wolfgang Muthspiel…</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Date and Registration</strong></p> <p>Tuesday 28.05.2019, 10 Uhr</p> <p>Mag. Sven Werner<br /> Tel. +43 (0) 662 88 940 29<br /> <a href=""></a></p>

Subscriptions Youth Programme

<p>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.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Youth tickets &amp; students </strong></p> <p>Tickets priced at €10 are available for all Chamber Music concerts, Organ &amp; Film, as well as concerts of the DIALOGUES festival (subject to availability).</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mozart Week </strong></p> <p>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 two weeks before Mozart Week (24 January to 3 February 2019).</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Youth subscription </strong></p> <p>Children and young people can choose three Chamber Music concerts from the concert season for the price of €15.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Flat rate ticket </strong></p> <p>For only €50, schoolchildren, students and apprentices up to the age of 25 can visit all 17 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 &amp; Film, DIALOGUES, and after work (in the Viennese Hall). (Does not apply to the concerts of the Mozarteum Orchestra and the Camerata Salzburg.)</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>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.</p>

Special offers for classes

<p>No matter whether classical, contemporary, experimental or light music … the concert formats Chamber Music, Organ &amp; Film, DIALOGUES and Mozart Week always provide educators with new impulses for their teaching.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>On request, we are happy to organise meet &amp; greets with artists or offer workshops that prepare school classes for a concert.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>2018-19 season concerts</strong></p> <p>All Chamber Music and Organ &amp; Film concerts can be attended by school classes (with the exception of external events).</p> <p>Tickets for students for € 5,-</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Festival DIALOGUES 2018<br /> </strong>The programme will be released in September 2018 and is<br /> <strong>a</strong><b class="b2">vaila</b><b class="b3">ble</b><b class="b4"> fo</b><b class="b5">r download a</b><b class="b4">t</b> <a href=""></a></p> <p>Tickets for students for € 5,-</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Mozart Week 2019<br /> </strong>The following concerts can be booked as school concerts as well</p> <p>Concert tickets for students<br /> at the Mozartum Foundation € 10,-<br /> at the Festival halls € 15,-</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>#04 Friday, 25.01.2019<br /> 11.00 Uhr, Mozarteum Foundation, Großer Saal<br /> Renaud Capuçon, Alexander Lonquich</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>#22 Tuesday, 29.01.2019<br /> 11.00 Uhr, Mozarteum Foundation, Großer Saal<br /> Janine Jansen, Gregory Ahss, Amihai Grosz,<br /> Henning Kraggerud, Jens Peter Maintz</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>#30 Thursday, 31.01.2019<br /> 11.00 Uhr, Mozarteum Foundation, Großer Saal<br /> Hagen Quartett</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>#34 Friday, 01.02.2019<br /> 11.00 Uhr, Mozarteum Foundation, Großer Saal<br /> Il Giardino Armonico, RIAS Kammerchor,<br /> Giovanni Antonini, Giulia Semenzato,<br /> Marianna Pizzolato, Paul Schweinester,<br /> Theo Hoffman</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>#45 Sunday, 03.02.2019<br /> 18.00 Uhr, Haus für Mozart (Festival Hall)<br /> Mozarteumorchester Salzburg,<br /> Salzburger Bachchor, Ivor Bolton,<br /> Olga Peretyatko, Felix Klieser</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>