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Master classes and seminars for Early Music
given by the Mozarteum University Salzburg

„Innsbruck Baroque“ continues the over thirty-year tradition of the legendary Summer Academy for Early Music in the baroque city of Innsbruck.

Since the 1970’s young musicians from all over Europe have been making an annual summer pilgrimage to the capital city of Tyrol. Gustav Leonhardt, René Jacobs, Nikolaus Harnoncourt and many other great artists laid the foundation here for the early music movement and Innsbruck became the driving force behind a steadily growing enthusiasm amongst musicians and audiences alike.

In the intervening years historically informed performance practice has changed the way we perceive musical interpretation and has had a far-reaching and permanent influence on other musical styles. In our day and age nearly all renowned music colleges consider training in Early Music practice to be a vital component in all-round musical training.

At the Mozarteum in Salzburg the Institute for Early Music is flourishing. An excellent reason for its renowned university professors, all internationally acclaimed musicians in their own right, to set up camp in Tyrol – 2017 for the fourth time – during the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music. They are joined by well-known guests such as Roberta Invernizzi, Kees Boeke, Linde Brunmayr-Tutz, Bojan Cicic and Andreas Helm.

The Mozarteum University is grateful for the growing collaboration with the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music – and thanks its gracious host, the Tyrolean State Conservatory.

Sarah Wedl-Wilson
Vice-Chancellor for External Relations

Marcello Gatti
Artistic Director

Innsbruck Barock from Universität Mozarteum Salzburg on Vimeo.


  • University Mozarteum
  • Institute for Early Music
  • Mirabellplatz 1
    5020 Salzburg

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