Thursday · October 13, 2022 1p.m.–3 p.m. · Fany-Solter-Haus Are you interested in a stay abroad? Immerse yourself in a new, exciting culture, improve your language skills, develop personally: Studying or doing an internship abroad is always worthwhile. Find out about the various possibilities for organizing and financing a stay abroad! The International Office provides advice on studying abroad, internships and many short-term opportunities to gain experience abroad. Have you already spent… Weiterlesen
A few days after the new rector of the Karlsruhe University of Music, Prof. Dr. Matthias Wiegandt, took office, the university's senate also elected three new prorectors by a large majority: Prof. Dr. Mirjam Boggasch will in future represent the areas of networking, scholarship matters and the International Office, Prof. Nachum Erlich will be responsible for matters of artistic practice, and Prof. Dr. Peter Overbeck will devote himself to those tasks that concern the areas of teaching, studies… Weiterlesen
Application for the summer semester 2023 Dear prospective students, you can apply for studies at the Karlsruhe University of Music in the application portal from 1 October 2022, here... Please note: The closing date for applications is 23:59 on 1 November 2022.
Forum for Social Cohesion On Friday, 14.10.22, more than a thousand guests and a number of prominent speakers will network at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden. The "Forum for Social Cohesion" brings together people and organisations who are involved in voluntary work. There will be room for exchange and networking in discussion rounds, workshops, at a joint lunch and at the "Marketplace of Commitment". The day will come to a festive close with a performance concert featuring musicians from the… Weiterlesen
The Tostino Quartet is the winner of this year's String Quartet Lab at the Karlsruhe University of Music. With their presentation of the 4th movement from Joseph Haydn's String Quartet op. 74 No. 3 and the String Quartet No. 8 op. 110 by Dmitri D. Shostakovich, the four young musicians convinced the audience. Gregory Ciesla, Jay Wan, Hansol Lee and Konstantin Pointner had solved the task – namely not only to play, but also to present what they had learned in the laboratory – most convincingly… Weiterlesen