Institute for Music Journalism active on Instagram Social media has become an integral part of our everyday lives alongside the classic media and is becoming increasingly important in terms of communicating journalistic content in an appealing way, even to a younger target group. The students of the Institute of Music Journalism have been represented with two channels on the social media platform INSTAGRAM for some time now, but since the summer semester of 2021, this type of journalistic… Weiterlesen
On 5, 6, 9 and 10 August 2021, four performances of Marlene Pawlak's new production will take place in the Stiftsruine Frauenalb, which she is staging together with Fabian Grimm (Master's student in MusicTheatreDirecting) and the Junge Kollektiv Musiktheater e. V.: Mozart's "Requiem". This semester Marlene Pawlak is completing her Bachelor's degree in music theatre directing at the Institute of Music Theater at Karlsruhe University of Music, and in autumn she will take up a permanent position… Weiterlesen
Evelyn Meining, artistic director of the Mozartfest Würzburg and deputy chairwoman of the University Council of the Karlsruhe University of Music, is awarded the Bavarian Order of Merit. The honor by Bavarian Prime Minister Dr. Markus Söder is bestowed on socially outstanding personalities as a "token of honorable and grateful recognition for outstanding services to the Free State of Bavaria and the Bavarian people." The Mozartfest Würzburg and the University of Music Karlsruhe – in particular… Weiterlesen
During a small special concert last Saturday, the publisher Klaus Nussbaum was appointed honorary senator of the Karlsruhe University of Music. In doing so, the University honoured the special commitment of the entrepreneur, who has been committed to the promotion of art for many years: it has a high value for the common good and good coexistence within and outside of his company and is able to move people positively in their togetherness. The university is particularly grateful to Klaus… Weiterlesen
As part of an ensemble academy in the form of a cooperation between the Vocalensemble Rastatt and the Karlsruhe University of Music, Prof. Holger Speck pointed out the opportunities and characteristics of various singing professions last week. The focus was on choral singing, and renowned representatives of the branch were invited to give three guest lectures. At the end of this academy, which is sponsored by the Baden-Württemberg Foundation, there is a video production of the programme "Summer… Weiterlesen