Dear lecturers, dear students, in view of the numbers of infected persons and deaths, it is still true that a radical restriction of contacts is urgently needed. We are waiting for a corresponding further detailed decree from the Ministry of Science. But today we have decided the following: · University buildings will continue to be closed until January 17, 2021. · Classes can only be held online. · Practice is allowed. · As an exception, face-to-face teaching is permitted, insofar as this… Weiterlesen
The University of Music Karlsruhe thanks numerous sponsors for their support in Corona times. The Riemschneider Foundation, for example, also helps students who have to (co-)finance their studies and the sometimes high tuition fees by performing in concerts, helping out in orchestras and, in particular, directing choirs or ensembles – additional activities that are currently not possible due to the Corona restrictions. Many of them are currently in a financial emergency situation. The… Weiterlesen
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
In an interview by Michael Hübl for the Badische Neueste Nachrichten, published last Saturday, Rector Prof. Hartmut Höll gives an insight into his thoughts on the 50th anniversary of the Karlsruhe University of Music as a state institution:"Einzigartig schönes Hochschulgelände" [MD]
"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