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Friday, September 26th "Klassik aktuell"
Subject: contemporary music

Musicians, orchestra managers, media representatives and organizers will discuss the current situation of new music and how it can be conveyed.

Out of the ghetto! Improving the acceptance of contemporary music
4.00 - 5.30 p.m .: audience forum, Ernest Fleischmann, Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Prof. Dr. Reinhold Kreile, GEMA; John McLaren, Master's Award; Franz Xaver Ohnesorg, Cologne Music; Claus Spahn, SZ; Irmin Schmidt, Spoon Rec. Moderation Dr. Friedrich Spangemacher, SR

New music on the quota altar, does new music still have space on the radio?
2.00 - 3.30 p.m .: Henry C. Brinker, Klassik Radio; Wolfgang Knauer, NDR; Armin Koehler, SWF; Dr. Richard Lorber, WDR; Dr. Wilhelm Matejka, SFB 3. The moderation will be Claus Spahn, SZ

New music in urban cultural work: practical communication approaches using the example of Gütersloh
12 noon - 1 p.m .: Klaus Klein, Cultural Office of the City of Gütersloh.

Topic: cultural funding

Business captains in foreign waters: Motives for entrepreneurial cultural engagements range from hobbies to targeted involvement in corporate policy.

Business Meets the Arts –Cultural engagement by companies
11:00 am - 12:30 pm: Audience Forum, John McLaren, “Masterprize”; Dr. Dirk Pangritz, BAT Hamburg and others, moderation: Kalle Burmester, NDR

Entry-level or one-day fly - What good is a composition prize for young composers?
12.30pm - 2.00pm: Thomas Böttger; Prof. Theo Brandmüller; Moritz Eggert; Prof. Martin Christoph Redel; Tobias PM Schneid. Moderation: Karl Heinz Wahren, German Composers' Association.

Topic: Information Age

Spiegel Kultur extra: "How do you set trends?" - Creative use of classical music:
2.00 p.m. - 3.30 p.m .: audience forum,

Keynote: Creative Use of Classical Music: The Philosophy of Sony Classical, P. Gelb, President Sony Classical NY;

Discussion: Peter Gelb, President Sony Classical NY; Peter Schmidt, Peter Schmidt Studios; Oliver Schulten, Polygram Classic; Peter M. Schöning, Scholz & Friends.

Topic: Classical music on the screen

Classical music on public broadcasters has become rare. Will classical music soon only be available on the screen for cash as pay TV?

Old niches - new divisions. Classic on TV
11.00 a.m. - 12.30 p.m .: Gabriele Faust, arte (ZDF); Bernd Hellthaler, EuroArts; Dr. Florian Hofer, DF 1 Classica; Dr. Jürgen Meier-Beer, NDR.

Between the advertising pillar and the homepage. Classic and new media technologies
2.30 p.m. - 4.00 p.m .: Stein Aanensen, Telenor Avidi; Sid McLauchlan, DG; Dr. Carl Mahlmann, EMI; Birgit Morhenn, AOL Bertelsmann Online; Dieter Schlautmann, Sonopress; Klaus Täubrich, House of Multimedia Producers. Moderation: Toni Fiedler from SYRINX music & media.

Subject: Sound carrier

With their products, sound carrier manufacturers ensure the preservation and distribution of music. How do you see your contribution to the promotion of culture?

CD as a cultural asset? The Role of the Record Industry in Music Culture
1 p.m. - 2.30 p.m .: Attila Csampai, BR; Werner Dabringhaus, MDG music production Dabringhaus & Grimm; Luc Knödler, helikon harmonia mundi; Felix Maria Roehl, nmz; Peter Zombik, Federal Association of the Phonographic Industry; moderation: Hendrik Haubold, NDR.

Composers write for children's and youth choirs. An AMJ project
4 p.m. - 5 p.m .: Rolf Pasdzierny, AMJ; Brigitte Siebenkittel, choir director; Marliese Zeiner, composer.

The main topic on Saturday is the professional field of music. In an exchange of experiences, the situation, the self-image and the future prospects as a musician, music educator, in the publishing and media sector should be described.

Friday, September 27th "Profession Music"

Subject: Conductors

Young conductors report on their experiences “on the way to the top”; about training, initial engagements and ongoing artistic development. What do you miss, what future prospects do you hope for?

“On the way to the very top” - young conductors report
10.30 am - 12.00 noon: audience forum, Klaus Harnisch, German Music Council Conductor Forum; Roland Kluttig; Jun Märkl; Christian Thielemann. Moderation: Barbara Overbeck, WDR

Author: orchestra

The working conditions of orchestral musicians have a considerable influence on their artistic quality: "Between joyful jubilation and strike wave" is the situation of musicians in the USA, will we soon have to expect extreme steps in Germany as well? Lecture and workshop invite to dialogue Germany / USA.

Between cheers and a wave of strikes. Orchestra musician in the USA
2.00 - 2.45 p.m .: Georg Hirsch, Washington

Germany Meets USA. Orchestra musicians and managers from Germany and the USA
3 p.m. - 5 p.m .: Ernest Fleischmann, Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Bernd Gellermann, Munich Philharmonic; Kurt Meister, BR ensemble; Peter Pastreich, San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Moderation: Dr. Heinz-Josef Herbort, DIE ZEIT

Union quo vadis. Contemporary agencies for musicians
2.00 p.m. - 3.30 p.m .: Rolf Bolwin, Deutscher Bühnenverein; Prof. Dr. Rolf Dünnwald, DOV; Manfred Hoth, Düsseldorf Symphony Orchestra; Holger Kruppe, Northwest German Philharmonic; Eckhard Kussinger, IG Medien; Stefan Meuschel, DAG as well as artistic directors and orchestra board members.

Orchestra between market and state. Are models of the "free" transferable in a meaningful way?
10:00 am - 11:30 am: Christian Hommel, ensemble aventure; Wilhelm Keitel, Putbus Festival; Dr. Volker Mattern, Concerto Cologne; Albert Schmitt, German Chamber Philharmonic Bremen; Norbert Thomas, New Westphalia Philharmonic; Ulf Werner, Young German Philharmonic; Dr, Dieter Rexroth, Radio Orchestra and Choirs GmbH, Berlin; Ulf Klausenitzer, Werneck Castle Chamber Orchestra. Theo Geißler, nmz, will moderate.

Subject: music criticism

There are just as many definitions of music criticism as there are music critics: The first discussion sheds light on the self-image, role and possibilities of influencing today's music criticism from different positions.

Music criticism in criticism. Who writes for whom and why?
4.00 p.m. - 5.30 p.m .: audience forum, Dr. Eleonore Büning, FAZ; Attila Csampai, BR; Klaus Geitel; Klaus Umbach, Der Spiegel. Franz Hummel will be the moderator.

What must a critic be able to do? Training opportunities for young music critics
2.00 p.m. - 3.30 p.m .: Frederik Hanssen, Tagesspiegel; Jens Jessen, Berliner Zeitung; Imke Turner, Radio Bremen; Bernd Zanetti, Bertelsmann Foundation; Dr. Ruth Blaes, central advanced training for program staff at ARD and ZDF. Dr. Ulrike Gruner, WDR.

Subject: musicology

Using the example of a new Beethoven edition, academic editors and practitioners discuss how new research results influence historical performance practice - and vice versa.

Science, practice, audience. The Relationships Between Scientific Research and Historical Performance Practice
4.00 p.m. - 5.30 p.m .: Dr. Peter Czornyj, Archive Production / DGG; Jonathan Del Mar, scientific editor of the Beethoven symphonies with Bärenreiter; Roy Goodman, conductor; Dr. Armin Raab, musicologist. Gerhard Rohde, nmz / FAZ, will moderate.

Subject: Practice

Information and tips on professional development

Profession: instrumental musician. Current and future labor market situation
12 noon - 12.45 p.m .: Prof. Alfred Rinderspacher, DOV

Lust and love or burden and sorrow? Young talent from a sociological point of view
1 p.m. - 1.45 p.m .: Dr. Elena Ostleitner, Institute for Music Sociology Vienna

Overview of funding programs
11.00 a.m. - 11.45 a.m .: The cultural group of the German economy introduces itself / Dr. Ludger Hünnekens, cultural group of the German economy in the BDI e.V.
12 noon - 1 p.m .: Youth orchestra funding in Germany / Detlef Hahlweg, JMD Germany
1 p.m - 1.45 p.m .: Music funding through foundations in Germany / Dr. Julia Dingwort-Nusseck, Federal Association of German Foundations.

Musician and health
10.00-11.30 a.m .: Current research - Physiological and psychological factors in musicians' medicine / Prof. Dr. med. Jochen Blum, German Society for Music Physiology and Musicians' Medicine e.V. Prof. Gerhard Mantel, ESTA Institute for Instrumental and Vocal Pedagogy.
12 noon - 12.45 p.m .: Balance and movement therapy for musicians / Dr. med. Christiane May-Ropers;
5:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m .: Basic prevention strategies against work-related gambling damage / Prof. Dr. med. Gerd Schnack;

Self management
10.30am - 11.30am: Step by step to your own CD / E. Schnellen, E flat major music production
4.00 p.m. - 5.30 p.m .: Personal marketing for freelancers / S. Gebhardt-Seele.

Musical education is a social mandate; it teaches people to be more conscious about music and its media. That is why everyone who deals with classical music in the broadest sense has a responsibility to counteract any further loss of educational values. In a joint initiative, carried out by the German Music Council, the aim of the Klassik Komm. Is to give the impetus to develop new impulses for musical education. In a concerted action, representatives from all areas of music want to work out a comprehensive action program.

Sunday, September 28th “Musical Education”

Topic: Musical education on the way to the 21st century

The future of musical education must now be secured. Today's failures have irreparable consequences. The Klassik Komm. Therefore begins the “Aktion Musik” planned by the German Music Council for 1998 with a high-level panel discussion at which representatives from various musical fields come together. Furthermore, individual lectures will show the importance of musical education for the personality of the individual and society - the Klassik Komm. Thus enables the broad support that a joint initiative for musical education needs.

Reconcile spirit and power. Musical education as a future resource for Germany as a business location
3.00 p.m. - 3.30 p.m .: audience forum. Dr. Heiner Geissler, Member of the Bundestag. Mießgang, DIE ZEIT

Action music. What use is musical education today for tomorrow?
3.30 p.m. - 5.00 p.m .: audience forum. Prof. Dr. Andreas Eckhardt, DMR; Dr. Gerd Eicker, VdM; Dr. Peter Hanser-Strecker, Schott Music International; Prof. Dr. Hans Wilfred Sikorski, Sikorski International Music Publishers; Karsten Witt, Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft and others. Moderation Dr. Thomas Mießgang, DIE ZEIT

Music and personal development. Chances of intensive music education
12 noon - 1 p.m .: Prof. Karl Adamek; Lore Auerbach, AMJ; Prof. Inge Susann Römhild, Lübeck University of Music; Prof. Ernst Wieblitz. Rolf Pasdzierny, AMJ, will moderate.

Subject: training

Nobody has yet found the ideal way to become an expressive, technically skilled and flexible musician - there are many different approaches in school music and international professional training. Traditional instrumental training relies on early specialization - but music practice requires a broad repertoire. In “Music Career with Blinders”, practitioners discuss whether the training institutions meet these new requirements.

Music career with blinkers. Is a highly specialized music education still appropriate?
10.30 a.m. - 12.00 p.m .: Ulla van Daelen, harpist; Michael Müller, Dutch Chamber Orchestra Hilversum; Stefan Pintev, NDR; Prof. K.-H. Kämmerling, HfM Hanover. Moderation: Dr. Eva Küllmer, WDR.

How do you make top musicians? International models in comparison
12.30pm - 1.30pm: Dr. Janet Ritterman, Royal College of Music, London; Prof. Erik T. Tawaststjerna, The Sibelius Academy, Helsinki; Representative of the Conservatoire National, Paris.

More music in school - but how? Representatives of school music and music schools in dispute
10.30 a.m. - 12.00 p.m .: Georg Kindt, VDS; Wolfhagen Sobirey, VdM.

Author: Hamburg

In these local forums, decision-makers and makers talk about Hamburg's musical life, the current situation and future prospects.

Musical education in Hamburg
10.30 a.m. - 12.00 p.m .: audience forum, Walter Gehlert, Hamburg cultural; Prof. Dr. Hans Hirsch; Christa Knauer, youth makes music; Prof. Dr. Werner Krützfeldt, State Music Council Hamburg; Prof. Dr. Hermann Rauhe, University of Music and Performing Arts.

Hamburg, city of music - the gateway to classical music!
12.30pm - 2.00pm: audience forum
Dr. Albin Hänseroth, Hamburg State Opera; Hans-Werner Funke, Funke Media; Wolfgang Knauer, NDR; Andreas Packhäuser, SYRINX; Benedikt Stampa, Musikhalle Hamburg and representatives of the recording industry

Subject: Practice

Today's practical events are aimed in particular at teachers and those responsible in local music life.

Meaningful instrumental lessons. Workshop awareness games for class and home practice
12.30pm - 1.30pm: Barbara Stiller, Hamburg Youth Music School.

Service of music school lessons? New management approaches for music school practice
2.00 p.m. - 3.00 p.m .: Günter Kaluza, Heinrich Schütz Conservatory, Dresden.

Music school teacher - team player or lone fighter? Opportunities to improve internal communication
3.30 p.m. - 4.30 p.m .: Dr. Joachim Kreutzkam, Academy Society and Science.

Cooperations in local music life - practical examples of successful cooperation between music associations and music schools
2.00 pm - 3.00 pm: Reinhard Froese, Federal Academy for Musical Education for Young People; Ernst Neuhäuser, Meppen Music School.

Young musical talent as a social commitment. Three projects by Jeunesses Musicales Germany
2.00 p.m. - 3.00 p.m .: Thomas Rietschel, Jeunesses Musicales Germany.

Current projects of the German Music Council
10.30 am - 11.30 am: Hans Peter Pairott, youth makes music; Dr. Otto Zickenheiner, German Music Council.

Electronic networking in musicology - a project of the Standing Conference on Central German Baroque Music
3.30 p.m. - 4.30 p.m .: Dr. Claudia Konrad, Standing Conference Mitteldt. Baroque music. Dr. Brian Stewart, Syrinx.

Extract from the congress program - subject to change

Dossier · Klassik Komm. And the "Aktion Musik"
Classic Come.

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