European Mozartways

Austria - Salzburg: Universität Mozarteum

10th anniversary of Bella Musica

Tour 2021 29 August - 5 September

BELLA MUSICA 26.8. - 5.9.2021
Project of the Mozarteum University Salzburg - Pre College Salzburg
Tenth anniversary: 2011 - 2021

As in 2020, the European BELLA MUSICA project will now continue to take place in its second pandemic year, under great security precautions and with a reduced line-up.
Young musicians from Germany, Italy and Austria will again travel to Italy for a
will again travel to Italy for a working period - this time to the Amalfi Coast near the region of Naples, which the young Wolfgang Amdé Mozart already visited in 1770.
This year we will perform in four provinces (Campania, Toscana, Emilia-Romagna and Trentino-South Tyrol), with the best organizational support from the Italian agency "Music&Friends". Thanks to the president of SITI REALE Alessandro Manna we have the performances in prestigious venues in the Naples region.
Besides another concert in Tuscany, for the first time we will perform concerts in Piacenza and Rovereto, realized in connection with the partners of the European Mozart Routes, a special thanks to Alessandra Garosi and Prof. Maria Grazia Petrali for the wonderful collaboration. Also thanks to the President of the Mozart Association Arnaldo Volani and Prof. Marvi Zanoni. Works by Wolfgang Amadé Mozart will be the main focus. The trip will also be accompanied by musicological research: Kuno Trientbacher, from the research association STVDIVM FÆSVLANVM of the Hollitzer Wien group of companies, which has been the main sponsor of the project since the beginning, will introduce the young people to Mozart's extensive travels with lectures and guided tours, and make the historical events tangible.
The rector Prof. Elisabeth Gutjahr and the artistic director and initiator of the project Stefan David Hummel are happy about the tenth anniversary: "From 2011-2021 many young people have gained wonderful artistic, grassroots cultural and community-building experiences and have also gained valuable insights into the life of Wolfgang Amadé Mozart. Ad moltos Annos!

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