Tamerlano is one of Handel's most musically advanced and colorful operas. Its title hero is a Tatar prince who is said to have military skill, political calculation and a pronounced readiness to use violence against friend and foe. In the central role of Andronicus, the countertenor Noah Xuhui Du, master student of the Institute for Music Theater at our university, will not only be heard for the first time at the Vogtlandtheater in Plauen, but will also make his artistic debut at the same time… Weiterlesen
Following its publication in the law gazette on 24 September, the Corona Regulation Study and Art Operations for Universities in Baden-Württemberg came into force today (25 September 2020). Among other things, it regulates the requirements for minimum distance between persons, the possibility of cooperation between fixed groups and the obligation to wear a mouth-nose cover on traffic routes and surfaces. You can find the wording of the amendment here.
A new book has been published: Musik aufführen Quellen – Fragen – Forschungsperspektiven Herausgegeben von Kai Köpp und Thomas Seedorf(Kompendien Musik 12) Laaber-Verlag 2020 This volume deals with the scientific research of "music as a phenomenon sounding in performances" (Hans-Joachim Hinrichsen). Practical questions of performance, which were already of great importance in the early days of musicology, are today extended by numerous cultural studies perspectives, which are attempted to be… Weiterlesen
Interview with Maria-Elisabeth Lott "A big portion of dedication", By Veronika Metzger Maria-Elisabeth Lott began playing the violin at the age of three. She began her preliminary studies at the University of Music Karlsruhe at the age of eight. Now she is a successful violinist, a lecturer at the Detmold University of Music and has taken the time for a conversation. She talked with Veronika Metzger from the Junge Kulturkanal about love stories and stage fright. Read more...
In response to the Corona Pandemic and the resulting precarious situation for many students, the internationally renowned Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation has decided to support financially distressed music students at state music academies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Thanks to this initiative, the Karlsruhe University of Music can currently dispose of an additional funding amount of around 30,000 EUR, which will benefit particularly needy students. The University and especially the… Weiterlesen