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01.12.2020
"Because every note counts": This is the interpretive credo that Alfred Brendel outlines in this recently published book. It is an invitation to reflect on how to deal with Mozart's music, on what is commonly called "interpretation" and what has always been fundamentally changed. In conversations and essays, famous Mozart interpreters and renowned music researchers formulate their experiences and insights: What was it called and what does it mean to perform Mozart?   Talks with Alfred Brendel,… Weiterlesen
24.11.2020
Students who wish to register for the 2021 summer semester at the Karlsruhe University of Music can do so until December 1, 2020. All information about the procedure and the entrance examination can be found here: https://www.hfm.eu/index.php/en/entrance-exam-information-summer-semester-2021 We are looking forward to your application!
12.11.2020
Ilkin Alpay, member of the International Opera Studio at the Badisches Staatstheater and Master's student at the Institute for Music Theatre, was nominated Best Young Artist 2020 by the magazine OPERNWELT for her diverse role portraits in Karlsruhe. Most recently, the soprano could be seen and heard in the role of Valencienne in "Die lustige Witwe" at Badisches Staatstheater. [MB] Photo: Falk von Traubenberg
02.11.2020
The Karlsruhe University of Music is doing everything in its power to ensure that teaching is maintained at a high level of quality even under the complicated pandemic conditions. This includes permanently updating the hygiene concepts for the operation of the university and for the organisation of events on the basis of the legal regulations. Relevant documents in their actual version you can find here: • Hygienekonzept Unterricht • Hygienekonzept Unterricht Anlage 1: Erklärung zum Zutritts-… Weiterlesen
01.11.2020
Due to the current pandemic development of the number of illnesses caused by SARS-CoV 2, all public events of the Karlsruhe University of Music planned for the month of November have been cancelled. This also applies to all university activities that do not directly serve the implementation of the absolutely necessary lessons. [MD]