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Mann auf Rolltreppe 2
19.09.2018

July 25, 2018 - Gaming (Lower Austria)

From 22 through to 28 July 2018, international baroque days took place at the Kartause Gaming in Lower Austria. Thanks to a cooperation with the Center for Applied Music Research, composer and program director Miguel Kertsman (master program "Music Management") was invited for the first time to hold seminars and lectures for participants of master classes in Gaming.

Workshop in cooperation with MICA adressing “Blockchain applications to music & smart contracts”
05.09.2018

Sept. 19th | 6pm-7.30pm | Stiftgasse 29, 1070 Vienna

In cooperation with the Center for Applied Music Research MICA - music informatio center Austria offers a workshop with Steven Masur on September 19th, 2018 at Stiftgasse 29, 1070 Vienna.

Leading sound branding expert John Groves is back in Krems
05.09.2018

lecture for Music Management students in September 2018

Leading sound branding expert John Groves, Groves Media Hamburg, holds lecture about "Sound Branding Business - Theory and Psychology" for students of our master program Music Management on September 13th, 2018. He will discuss the fascinating world of sound branding, sonic marketing and business opportunities for music managers in the field with our students.

Film screening of “merk|würdig” on September 9th at Ars Electronica Festival with music by students of Danube University
03.09.2018

Krmpf Krmpf Studios present day event "Future of Cinema" with three screenings of the film "merk | würdig" as part of the Ars Electronica Animation Festival (free admission!)

The film "merk|würdig” will be performed on September 9th in Central Linz at 12 noon, 1pm and 3pm. Admission is free. Students of master program "Music for Applied Media" at Danube University Krems composed film music under the guidance of course director Miguel Kertsman.

Europa Nostra Awards - European Union awards Silent Night Society from Salzburg
12.07.2018

Eva Maria Stöckler created expert report for project submission

The Europa Nostra Awards represent the European Union's highest honor in the field of cultural heritage. On 22 June 2018, the award ceremony took place in Berlin. The Silent Night Society from Salzburg was pleased to receive a "Special Mention" award for the research, creation and distribution of the Christmas carol "Silent Night! Holy Night!”.
Dr. Eva-Maria Stöckler, director of the Center for Applied Music Research, created the expert report and was therefore instrumental in the success of the project submission.