24.08. - 31.08.2022  


MUK, Music and Arts University, Vienna

The Music and Art University of the City of Vienna (MUK) is a state-run artistic training facility in Vienna and offers courses for training in the fields of music and performing arts: music, musical theater, dance, musicals and drama.

The range of courses now includes around 30 bachelor and master degrees. The central task of the MUK is the development and opening up of the arts in the combination of research and teaching, whereby a comprehensive education of the individual personality of the students - annually there are a total of around 860 with 250 teachers - on the basis of extraordinary talent potential is of central importance.

More than half of the students come from abroad.


Konservatorium für Musik & Dramatische Kunst in Wien:
Ehrbar Saal

Address: Mühlgasse 30, 1040 Vienna

Public transport: U4 Station Kettenbrückengasse 
U1, U2, U4 Station Karlsplatz
Bus 59A Station Pressgasse



Wiener Konzerthaus:
Schubert Saal

Lothringerstraße 20, 1030 Vienna

Access Wiener Konzerthaus: Subway U4 (Stadtpark station)
Tramways D, 2 und 71 (Schwarzenbergplatz station)
Busses 2a & 4a  



When, in 1913, the Wiener Konzerthaus was officially opened after only two years in construction, it was one of the most modern buildings in the Danube Monarchy. Built by the renowned theatre architects Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer in co-operation with Ludwig Baumann, it set new standards for its architecture, visitor-friendly atmosphere, construction technology and modern facilities. The acoustics and atmosphere of the building lent themselves to a broad range of cultural events
Architecturally the Konzerthaus presented a rare combination of Historism, Secessionism and Art Nouveau styles. The high quality of the building's construction made few alterations necessary in the course of the years and these were done in such a way as to largely retain the Konzerthaus's original state.
Thanks to the careful and responsible treatment of its architectural heritage the Wiener Konzerthaus can today be regarded as one of the most modern concert houses in the world while retaining its historical roots.



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