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Das Haus der Musik feiert Geburtstag! 

Am Sonntag, 12. Juni 2022

Mit exklusiven Workshops, Kinderführungen und freiem Museumseintritt für alle bis 12 Jahre.

Programm

Die B-Box Interaktiver Musik-Workshop

Wer meint klassische Musik sei nicht cool, groovy und mitreißend, der täuscht sich gewaltig. Mit der »Beethoven-Box« gibt es kein Stillsitzen mehr, denn diese Beats gehen unter die Haut. Auf Musik-Boxen, sogenannten Cajons, rockst du gemeinsam mit dem Quartett der Beethoven Philharmonie zu Beethovens Musik und bringst das ganze Museum zum Beben. Lerne dabei klassische Musikinstrumente hautnah kennen, »er-würfel« dir deine ganz persönliche Komposition und lass dich von Beethovens rockiger Seite überraschen. Also rauf auf deine »B-Box« und los geht’s. Im Auftrag von Esther Planton, in Kooperation mit der Beethoven Philharmonie. Termine: 12. Juni 2022 Um 9:30, 11:00, 14:00 und 15:30 Uhr. Dauer: ca. 1 Stunde

Anmeldung

Anmeldung erforderlich per Mail an: info@hdm.at | Der Eintritt ist frei.

Kinderführungen

Erlebe im Haus der Musik eine aufregende Reise in die Welt der Klänge und Musik mit spannenden, witzigen und einzigartigen Stationen. Würfle deinen persönlichen Walzer, erlebe unser Virtual Reality Klanglabor und kreiere dort dein eigenes Klangwesen, oder lasse beim Zookonzert die Frösche zur Musik hüpfen!

Für Kinder von 5 – 10 Jahren

Termine:

12. Juni 2022

Um 10:00, 11:00, 14:00 und 15:00 Uhr

Dauer: 1,5 – 2 Stunden 

Treffpunkt an der Kassa. 

Anmeldung

Anmeldung erforderlich per Mail an: info@hdm.at | Der Eintritt ist frei.

Am Muttertag, So. 8. Mai 2022, gibt es an der Museumskassa beim Kauf eines Konzerttickets für LIVE ON STAGE: Smokey Brights bei Nennung des Kennwortes „Muttertag“ eine Freikarte für das Museum dazu.

LIVE ON STAGE: Smokey Brights

DI., 10. MAI 2022, 20 UHR Bittersüß, schön und auch irgendwie witzig: Das ist der Sound der jungen Talente aus Washington, die mit ihrer Musik schon ordentlich Staub aufgewirbelt haben. Smokey Brights klingen wie eine frische, abgeklärte Version von Metronomy und Tame Impala. Sorglos, aber doch nachdenklich, simpel, aber sehr verspielt, direkt, aber äußerst deep. Gelegenheitstänzer*innen und Goldkehlchen müssen diese Band einfach live sehen. Eine Kooperation mit Bluebird und Der Standard. Aktion nur gültig am So. 8. Mai 2022 an der Kassa im Haus der Musik. Die Museumsfreikarte ist 1 Jahr ab Ausstellungsdatum gültig.

Exhibition

Find out what it sounds like to be part of an orchestra. The walk-in sound exhibition “Inside Beethoven!” combines the latest musicological research with modern sound engineering to create a spectacular experience of being right inside the music – a perspective which is normally a closed book for the public and reserved for the musicians themselves. You are invited to walk between the digital music stands and put yourself in the musicians’ shoes – an unusual, enriching experience for amateurs and professionals alike. This will shed light on the music itself, its polyphonic structure, the part played by each individual instrument, its contribution to the overall sound and its significance in the music as a whole. [caption id="attachment_5066" align="alignnone" width="500"] Photo: Simon Waloschek[/caption] Visitors will hear Ludwig van Beethoven’s Septet in E flat major op. 20, both the version for winds and strings and Beethoven’s own trio arrangement for piano, clarinet and cello. Each individual part and the changes made for the trio arrangement can be followed at digital music stands as the music plays. “Inside Beethoven!” is an innovative joint project which was realized at Detmold University of Music in commemoration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday. The exhibition will be touring Germany and Austria during 2020 and 2021. The installation can be experienced at Haus der Musik until September 2021.

Information for your visit

We have developed a protection and hygiene concept to make your visit to the exhibition as safe as possible during the coronavirus pandemic. Please take note of the following when you visit:
  • Visitors may only enter the installation one at a time
  • Keep a distance of at least 2 metres between yourself and other people
  • Pay attention to the general rules of hygiene (appropriate behaviour when coughing and sneezing)
  • Do not come to the exhibition if you feel ill.

Accessibility

Barrier-free access to the exhibition is available. A project in cooperation with 
During the week of May 13th, the emerging string quartet Cuarteto Lignum was a guest at Haus der Musik. The Mexican instrumentalists experienced five days packed with exciting encounters, such as a concert at the Mexican Embassy, two master classes with Prof. Josef Hell of the Vienna Philharmonic, as well as sightseeing and museum visits in the city centre, led by HdM information trainer Diego Ondarza. The concert in the HdM courtyard on May 15th was a complete success. The young musicians Javier Alfonso Medina, Cristian Páez, Fernando Dominguez and Roni Gordillo played for a full house. International museum visitors stayed to listen to the sound of the talented young musicians, Viennese classical music enthusiasts came to Haus der Musik on this rainy day in order to brighten up their day. The program was: Borodin Quartet No. 2, Beethoven Quartet No. 4, 4th movement Revueltas, música de feria Ponce Estrellita Piazzolla Oblivion and Libertad. Thunderous applause was guaranteed because the quartet performed brilliantly and two of the members are merely 16 years old. After their stay in Vienna, they went on to Italy, where the European tour ended in Trento on 20th May. ¡Buen viaje, Cuarteto Lignum! To stay informed about the Cuarteto Lignum follow @cuarteto_lignum on Instagram. The quartet is part of the Orquestas Sinfónicas Esperanza Azteca, a project in collaboration with the Casa De La Música De Viena En Puebla. [gallery columns="2" size="medium" ids="4376,4384,4379,4378,4374,4394"]    

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The new installation "Beethoven's Hearing Loss" can now be experienced in the Beethoven Room at Haus der Musik.

The installation

Ludwig van Beethoven had to struggle with a worsening loss of hearing for half of his life. In the last years of his life, he could no longer perceive his music or the world around him acoustically.

With the new installation "Beethoven's Hearing Loss", visitors experience the stages of a journey of suffering. The exhibit allows us to understand how the great composer's difficult fate is also reflected in his music.

Ludwig van Beethoven's misfortune was to have been born too early. Today, the famous musician would no longer have to resign himself to this fate. Thanks to modern implantable hearing solutions, he would be able to hear for the rest of his life.

Learn more about the outstanding medical technology options for people with profound hearing loss!

The Austrian family-owned company MED-EL is a world leader in the development of innovative solutions for hearing loss. More than 200,000 people around the world can hear again thanks to these systems.

In cooperation with Med-El.

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In the photos:

(left) Managing Director (Med-El) Ewald Thurner, (right) Director (Haus der Musik) Simon Posch.

Pauki Knaller's Children's-Club

Your exclusive club card for the Sound Museum! Pauki Knaller and Haus der Musik are looking forward to welcoming you to the HdM-Kids-club: here you will go on a musical voyage of discovery for one year! Your advantages: - Free admission: With your club card you get free visits to Haus der Musik for 1 year. - Reduced tickets for children's concerts Bernhard Fibich, Marko Simsa, Gernot Kranner and many musical guests provide fun entertainment every month at exciting concerts for children! - Puzzle fun with your Pauki-Knaller magazine For the museum visit and for at home, with many tricky tasks and exciting games! Registration for Pauki Knaller's Children's Club at the museum ticket desk in the Haus der Musik, daily from 10 am to 10 pm. The club card costs only 19 Euros for 1 year!

Pauki Knaller's Children's Tour: Museum map and puzzle fun

Your colourful companion for the musical voyage of discovery at Haus der Musik! The Pauki Knaller booklet is packed with great puzzles, games and information about the great composers! You'll also find craft instructions and fun games for your home. Available at the museum cash desk for € 1,-. Free of charge for HdM Children's Club members 1 free copy with each family ticket

Pauki Knaller also welcomes our young visitors with a special tour for children on the HdM guide.

With Pauki Knaller, children discover the Sound Museum with all its many facets and learn exciting stories about the great composers. Pauki Knaller's Children's Tour is available in German and English at guide.hdm.at.

The Exhibition

From October 1, 2021

Pursuing music, whether through producing or consuming, is one way to engage with music. Another is the historical examination of music and its creators and interpreters. Philosophy of Music, on the other hand, is a completely different matter: It is concerned with the intellectual permeation of what music is and how it is capable of generating the effect we experience when we are moved, aroused, befuddled, seduced, repulsed or even disgusted and repelled by music. Philosophising is, according to a common expression, the permanent mental remodeling of the being. Music is part of the being. In this respect, it is hardly surprising that this permanent remodel has resulted in numerous and diverse structures that more or less accurately or more or less consistently capture what music and its inherent power are. This exhibition is intended to give the visitor an impression of how multicoloured and admirable, but also astonishing and sometimes disturbing, these mental structures are.

 

About the curator

Heinz Palasser (born 1967 and living in Vienna) approached the field of philosophy via the detours of life. He has always had the urge to liberate the supposedly self-evident from precisely this self-evidentness. Since 2012, he has been managing the School of Philosophy alongside the philosopher Bernd Waß. He has loved music as a constructive medium for all his life. So it seemed obvious to him to turn towards the Philosophy of Music. He is glad about opportunities like this one, to showcase philosophical content in front of a larger audience.  

Information for your visit

Access the exhibition through the museum entrance. Barrier-free access to the exhibition is available.
Get -50% off the full price ticket - daily from 8pm Would you like to visit the Sound Museum away from the crowds at unusual opening hours? With the NIGHT TICKET you can go on a unique musical discovery journey for € 8 instead of € 16 between 8pm and 10pm daily. Last admission: 9:30 pm [caption id="attachment_4234" align="alignnone" width="500"] HdM, Foto Annemarie Sperlich[/caption]

Entdecken Sie die Streaming Möglichkeiten im Klangmuseum!

Von der reinen Präsenzveranstaltung, über Hybrid-Events bis zu gänzlich virtuellen Konferenzen, Symposien oder Webinaren – die Möglichkeiten im Haus der Musik sind vielfältig und abwechslungsreich. Der glasüberdachte Innenhof, das Dachgeschoss mit Veranstaltungssaal und zwei Ebenen mit Blick über die Dächer Wiens sowie die weltweit einzigartige Ausstellung stehen je nach Ihren Anforderungen als stimmungsvoller Rahmen zur Verfügung. Ein beeindruckendes Ambiente und technische Ausstattung auf höchstem Niveau versprechen Ihren Anspruch an ein rundum erfolgreiches Event in perfekter Weise zu erfüllen.
Wir bieten Ihnen mit unserem Technikpartner 4solutions alle erforderlichen Leistungen: Licht-, Ton- und Medientechnik, Bühnenbau und Stagedesign, sowie die gesamte Videoproduktion, sowohl als Livebild auf Screens, Leinwand oder LED-Wall, als auch als Live-Stream und Video on Demand.

Ihre Vorteile

  • Streaming auf Ihre bevorzugte Plattform
  • Einbindung externer Teilnehmer*innen
  • Übergabe an kundenseitige Server
  • Interaktion via Second Screen
  • Skalierbare Produktionsgröße | LowBudget bis Broadcast

Kontakt

Mag. Christoph Gruber Event Management E: christoph.gruber@hdm.at T: 01-513 48 50 40
Anna Stöger, BSc Event Management E: anna.stoeger@hdm.at T: 01-513 48 50 36
Nehmen Sie noch heute mit uns Kontakt auf. Gerne erstellen wir Ihnen ein individuelles Angebot und beraten Sie für Ihre Veranstaltung. Wir freuen uns, Sie schon bald im Haus der Musik begrüßen zu dürfen! Buchungsanfrage

HdM Beethoven Citymap

Ludwig van Beethoven moved 68 times in his life. With the HdM Beethoven Citymap you can walk in the composer’s footsteps and explore his numerous residences. The interactive map leads you to all the places where Beethoven lived in and around Vienna. Here you will get valuable insights about the great composer and you can also find out which of his residences are open to the public.
Download the free Nomadi app from your app store and search HdM or use the map in your browser Citynomadi HDM Beethoven.

Sonotopia Lab & Universe: The Virtual Reality Experience

Willkommen in der einzigartigen Virtual Reality Klanginstallation Sonotopia Universe & Lab. Ein einzigartiges Klang-Universum füllt den gesamten Raum. Die Wesen und Formen, die sich hier bewegen, werden Clong genannt. Diese einzigartigen klanglichen Gestalten harmonieren visuell und akustisch miteinander, und werden von allen Besucher*innen anhand neuester Virtual Reality Techniken erschaffen. Im direkt angrenzenden VR SONOTOPIA LAB erstellen und formen die Besucher*innen ihr eigenes, unverkennbares Klangwesen ganz nach ihrer Vorstellung und erwecken es anschließend visuell und akustisch zum Leben. [gallery link="file" ids="7391,7387,7392,7394,7386,7388,7389,7390,7377"] Tickets gibt es direkt an der Musemskassa oder auf wien-ticket.at. Es ist keine Voranmeldung notwendig.
We offer Beethoven-themed guided tours for children and adults. You'll find details about each tour here.

Children's tours in German

Listen to Ludwig

Sa. October, 24, 2PM

Sa. November 28, 2PM

Sa. December 12, 2PM

ENTRANCE FEE Kids under 12 years: € 6,- Kids from 12 years: € 10,- Adults: € 14,- + tour fee: € 1,- per person

Guided Tours

Beethoven In & Out – Museum City Walking Tour (German)

Su. October 18, 3PM Sa. November 28, 3PM

Its all about Beethoven

Su. October 25, 2.30PM
Duration: approx. 90 minutes

Beethoven in Love (German)

tba - currently no dates

ENTRANCE FEE € 14 + tour fee: € 1/ person

Registration

Via Mail to info@hdm.at