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Welcome to Dresden Masterclasses Music!

“I see a signpost standing immovably before my gaze; I must go down a path from which no one has yet returned.” These are the words of the final strophe of “Der Wegweiser” (The Signpost) from Schubert’s “Winterreise” (Winter Journey). Travels, searching, endurance, persistence – these can all be themes faced by musicians in the course of their activities.

Meanwhile, the DMM have developed into an important item on the calendar of Dresden’s summer culture offerings, and the instructors enthusiastically contribute by accompanying the course participants for a portion of their musical journey.

Showing paths, becoming wiser, bringing musical paths to life: I wish all of the participants at DMM 2016 much joy and exciting encounters!

Prof. Dr. Florian Uhlig

Deputy Principal University of Music Dresden

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Dresden Masterclasses Music will took place for the for fourth time from 29 August until 3 September 2016 at the Carl Maria von Weber College of Music in Dresden. Head of project Prof. Dr. Florian Uhlig (Deputy Principal) and the DMM team looked forward to welcoming master class instructours like Rebekka Hartmann (violin), Nicola Jürgensen (clarinet), Prof. Detlef Kaiser (piano), Prof. Emil Rovner (cello), Prof. Günter Baby Sommer (free improvisation) and Prof. Edward Randall (voice).
The course was supplemented in the time-honoured manner by various offers, recitals and lectures as part of the “DMM Interdisciplinary” and “DMM Intermedial” format such as musicology (Prof. Dr. Jörn Peter Hiekel), music physiology (Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Jabusch), physioprophylaxis (Ralf-Ulrich Mayer) and a panel discussion with ski-jump legend Sven Hannawald.
The participants of DMM gave masterclass concerts as well in the College of Music concert hall.

The 5th International Alumni Academy was taking place as part of DMM 2016. It was oriented at foreign alumni of German Universities of Music who are now employed abroad. The alumni programme is supported by the DAAD with funds from the Federal Foreign office.