Mozarts Geburtshaus

Mozarts Geburtshaus

Getreidegasse 9, A-5020 Salzburg
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Tel.: +43-662-84 43 13
Fax: +43-662-84 06 93
mozartmuseum@mozarteum.at

Öffnungszeiten

Täglich: 09:00 - 17:30
Juli und August: 08:30 - 19:00
Letzter Einlass: 30 Minuten vor Schließung

Mozart-Wohnhaus

Mozart-Wohnhaus

Makartplatz 8, A-5020 Salzburg
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Tel.: +43-662-874227-40
Fax: +43-662-87 42 27 83
mozartmuseum@mozarteum.at

Öffnungszeiten

Täglich: 09:00 - 17:30
Juli und August: 09:00 - 20:00
Letzter Einlass: 30 Minuten vor Schließung

Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg

Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg


Schwarzstr. 26, A-5020 Salzburg
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Großer Saal & Wiener Saal

Mag. Reinhard Haring
Vermietung, Disposition
Tel. +43 (0) 662 889 40 22
E-Mail: haring@mozarteum.at

Bibliotheca Mozartiana

Dr. Armin Brinzing
Bibliotheca Mozartiana (Leitung)
Tel: +43 (0) 662 889 40 13
Fax: +43 (0) 662 889 40 50
E-Mail: brinzing@mozarteum.at

Music and Science

For 8 to 17-year-olds

The analysis of music based on heart rate variability readings. Four concert experimental series on the subject of The Impact of Music with cellist Friedrich Kleinhapl and his duo partner Andreas Woyke present a rollercoaster ride between a variety of emotions with music by Beethoven, Anton Webern and Astor Piazzolla.

Using readings of heart rate variability taken during the concerts we want to try and find out whether the same music has a varied impact on different age groups.  The readings will be carried out and evaluated by coach Klaus Landauf (Graz Süd-West General Hospital) with 30 pupils in each concert.  Students on the music education course at the Anton Bruckner Private University Linz specially modify a presentation for taking account of the experimental nature of these concerts which promise to be a special experience.

Symposium: The Impact of Music

Does music have a different effect on different age groups?  How can new concert formats be devised irrespective of the age of listeners?

The symposium organized by the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation on the subject Music and its Impact will focus on such questions.  Besides keynote speeches and discussion panels on the two previous days, four concerts with simultaneous heart rate variability readings will be offered, so as to analyse the impact of music on various target groups, and the resulting consequences will be a subject of discussion for new concert formats.  In the context of the symposium the currently recorded readings will be presented, analysed and evaluated by Klaus Landauf and Friedrich Kleinhapl, and discussed with symposium participants.  The symposium aims to appeal to theoreticians and practitioners from the sphere of music education, neuro-science, people who evolve and organize concerts for children and young persons, representatives from schools as well as people who are generally interested.

Cellist Friedrich Kleinhapl, pharmacist Heidrun Maya Hagn-Kleinhapl and the mental coach Klaus Landauf have been interested for many years in the subject Music and its Physiological and Emotional Impact on the Human Being.  Since 2005 they have jointly carried out tests and readings.  One of the most convincing analytical procedures has proved to be the heart rate variability reading. 

 

Date Symposium: 28.04.2017 15.30 to 20 pm

 

 

 

Information

Antje Blome-Müller

Tel. +43-662-88 940 23

blome-mueller@mozarteum.at