On the move – that’s the motto of the KlangKarton programme for children and young people organized by the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation. New projects have been introduced.
During the Dialoge Festival 2015 with electronic and classical music we extend an invitation to “the chamber” to experience dance beats in the Wiener Saal with the live act “Sound Club W.A.M.” Mozart’s letters form the basis for the concert Mozart’s Corresponding Grooves in the context of the concerts in Café Bazar.
The workshop Beatboxing with Mozart extends the range of activities through which we aim to create unusual links between the academic department of the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation and young people.
A symposium dealing with special activities for people with disabilities will bring us into contact with other institutions in Salzburg.
The Mozart Children’s Orchestra of the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation has had to “pension off” its first members and is now preparing in a newly extended and larger formation to present a moving concert experience during the Mozart Week 2016. A commissioned work will be performed.
In the Mozart Museums of the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation the “History Laboratory” conveys new facets of research and discovery for fourteen to eighteen-year-olds. In the workshop Mozart and Film the Mozart Audio and Film Collection will provide insights into the changing views of Mozart’s life and work throughout the past and present.
We should like to welcome you to our personal, varied and extensive programme.
We look forward to meeting you!
Executive Managing Director and artistic partner in the education programme of the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation