Lectures about the University of Music and Theater Munich, Paul Hindemith and Edmund von Borck, as well as a public discussion panel moderated by the Bavarian Radio with Dr. Susanne Schaal-Gotthardt, Prof. Dr. Friedrich Geiger and Dr. Harald Eggebrecht, enrich the Hindemith International Viola Competition.
PRESALE AND HYGIENE REGULATIONS
Tickets for the events (admission tickets free of charge or at a price of EUR 10, discounted EUR 7) are available from October 11th, 2021 via Munich Ticket.
Tickets to the competition rounds also entitle the holder to admission to the exhibitions.
Please note: The so-called '3G rule' (geimpft, genesen, getestet – vaccinated, recovered, tested) also applies to all event visitors at the university, as well as the obligation to wear a mask (medical mask), including at the seat.
Ludwig Hampe on the exhibition "Walter Witte - Lawyer, Artist, Founder"
The violist and chairman of the "Walter Witte Viola Foundation" will open the exhibition with an introduction to the founder Walter Witte.
Dr. Alexander Krause on the history of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich`s building.
The lawyer and chancellor of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich will give a lecture on the eventful history of the address "Arcisstraße 12" - not only a part of Munich's cultural and intellectual history, but also the site of a fateful chapter in world history.
“Hindemith - Edmund von Borck - Composing in the Third Reich”
• Lecture by Dr. Susanne Schaal-Gotthardt (Head of the Hindemith Institute Frankfurt a.M.) on Paul Hindemith
• Lecture by Prof. Dr. Friedrich Geiger (Professor for Historical Musicology at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich) on Edmund von Borck
• These will be followed by a discussion panel moderated by the Bavarian Radio with Dr. Susanne Schaal-Gotthardt, Prof. Dr. Friedrich Geiger, and Dr. Harald Eggebrecht (journalist, author, critic and publicist) on the subject of “Hindemith - Edmund von Borck - Composing in the Third Reich”