The MozartLab – a place for creativity, encounter and innovation
The MozartLab - a place for creativity, encounter and innovation
The interdisciplinary MozartLabor researches far beyond sounds into perceptive worlds of image, language, digital media and music philosophy.
"Now and then, even connoisseurs alone can receive satisfaction - but in such a way - that the non-connoisseurs must be satisfied with it without knowing why."
Wolfgang Amadé Mozart
To devote oneself completely to music, to question it again and again and to explore it anew, to put heads together for three days and to "speculate - study - reflect", the MozartLab offers the ideal framework. Against the background of this year's motto, the MozartLabor breaks down the fascination of Mozart anew and asks what music-makers have learned from each other over generations and are still learning.
In six sections, several lectures, panel discussions and open rehearsals, prominent lecturers and guests from various disciplines will open their workshops and invite you into a shared space of experience.
Each section works intensively - in theory and practice - on its own theme. Beyond the deepening of the content, there are numerous networking opportunities with all those involved in the lab.
Ragna Schirmer | Piano
Tianwa Yang | Violine
Ivan Turkalj | Cello
Section »Musik und Medien«
Dr. Hansjörg Ewert
Sekcion »Who am I? – Musik als Beruf«
Prof. Dr. Andreas Lehmann-Wermser
Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover
Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben
Solidarische Musikschule WiMu e.V.
Kulturstiftung des Bundes
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Konrad
Elisa Erkelenz und David Maria Gramse
Des Pudels Kern
Scope of the scholarship
- Participation in the 4-day MozartLabor as a scholarship holder in the respective section
- free attendance of all events, panels, lectures in the context of the MozartLabor
- free attendance of the final concert in the Kaisersaal of the Würzburg Residence
- full board and 4 nights in single rooms in the retreat house Himmelspforten in Würzburg from May 17 to June 21 (departure after breakfast)
Who can apply?
Young musicians, students, media professionals and aspiring cultural managers.
First experiences in the cultural sector (studies, internships, workshops etc.) or another adequate proximity to the topics of the lab, ideally with a musical focus, are required.
Application deadline is February 28, 2023.