Klangspuren Schwaz

KLANGSPUREN SCHWAZ

      

      

INTERNATIONAL ENSEMBLE MODERN ACADEMY

The KLANGSPUREN International Ensemble Modern Academy is an offshoot of the renowned International Ensemble Modern Academy (IEMA) in Frankfurt and was founded in the same year as IEMA, in 2004. The KLANGSPUREN International Ensemble Modern Academy is central to KLANGSPUREN and has developed into one of the most relevant and most successful projects of the Tyrolean festival for new music.

The call for applications is aimed at young musicians from all over the world who are close to finishing their studies and who are interested in taking on the special challenges of twentieth and twenty-first century music. The submission deadline for the KLANGSPUREN International Ensemble Modern Academy September 2015 is starting in January 2015.

KLANGSPUREN CAFÉ
Takes place on the second Tuesday of every month  in the bookshop liber wiederin in Innsbruck or elsewhere from April to October 2015. With this event series the festival aims to give insight into the multifaceted world of new music.

KLANGSPUREN LOUD
This workshop for musicians and composers from 8 to 18 years of age will take place in Imsterberg for the eighth time running in 2015. And an additional, advanced workshop in composition KLANGSPUREN LOUDER will be held also.

KLANGSPUREN BAREFOOT
This programme for children from 5 years of age takes its young participants on an exciting journey of the senses every Tuesday at 2 p.m. Green poison-dwarves, the middle-ages, blueberries and three-legged carrots... what do they all sound, smell and taste like?

HAPPY TO SING OFF-KEY

Everybody can learn to sing, you just have to dare to give it a go and, more than anything else, believe in yourself. Under the direction of experienced choirmasters, the adult course participants learn how to manipulate their own voices in a playful and fun way. There are also courses for advanced singers in Innsbruck and Kufstein. 

KLANGSPUREN ON WHEELS

KLANGSPUREN ON WHEELS, a big car filled to the brim with all the instruments of a symphony orchestra – and a few more. On tour in Tyrol since March 2010 under the motto “Pick them up, try them all”. Schools, preschools, after school care centres, socio-pedagogical centres, play groups, care facilities for disabled people and many more can register for this service.