1st October - 7th October 2017

Munich is Germany's music mecca, and Austria is the brand ambassador of western classical music. It is the universality of music that appeals to the masses and resonates with people from distinguished backgrounds. If you are looking to enhance your understanding and knowledge of a genre that was created by the illustrious heroes of timeless classics, then this programme is for you.

Explore and learn music in Austria’s two most musically advanced cities, Austria and Salzburg and in Munich to understand how music adds value to different performing arts such as theatre and more.

Upon arriving in Vienna, waltz back a couple of centuries into the world of Imperial Vienna where the streetscapes will sing you symphonies of some of the greatest musical luminaries such as Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Strauss Jr. and more.

A day dedicated to gain valuable insights on classical and contemporary music at the University of Music and Performing arts in Vienna followed by a masterclass with renowned pianist and musician Marialena Fernandes. Fernandes is a professor at the University of Music and Performing arts, and a jury member at the International Competitions.

Welcome to the birthplace of Mozart, Salzburg. As a World Heritage site, Salzburg's love affair with classical music is long and an enduring one. A visit to Mozarteum Foundation is a great opportunity to explore Mozart's legacy and his unparalleled contribution to the world of music.

Back to Vienna for an interactive and experiential tour of the Vienna Symphonic Orchestra at Musikverein. The Weiner Symphoniker is one of Europe's most prestigious ensembles with 128 members and the Great Hall is globally celebrated due to its highly regarded acoustics. Expand your knowledge of the use of musical instruments at the House of Music.

Travel to Munich for an interactive tour of the Munich museum that has a grand display of over 2000 musical instruments. The curator of the collection, Andras Varsanyi explains their heritage and origins, and what enables us to appreciate different musical cultures.

If you're travelling to Munich for the love of music then Bavarian State Opera is a must-visit. With over 600,000 people attending over 400 performances per year, this Opera house has earned Munich extra credits as a great cultural destination in Europe. After a detailed tour and workshop at the State Opera, attend a performance of Mozart's comedy Opera, Cosi Fan Tutte.

Back to Delhi after a magical musical journey across Europe.

Be part of experiential musical visits, engaging workshops and interactive sessions with professional artists and musicians. Owing to its universality - music has multiple benefits such as improved coordination, emotional development, creative thinking, linguistics and more. This programme is an opportunity for you to pursue your passion and reach creative excellence.


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