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Retrospect:

2010: Vol. II – Young Audiences

Dear colleagues,
Elbphilharmonie HamburgThe success of the first symposium »The Art of Music Education« held in January 2008 has encouraged us to organise a second event. While during the first symposium, the essential thing was making first contacts, we are going to focus on one subject only this time. It was not an easy decision for us to take: Music education of youths and young adults is one of the greatest challenges concert halls can face. Jointly with the Körber Foundation, I invite you to come and rub shoulders with 15- to 25-year-olds, using your courage and imagination.

Yours Christoph Lieben-Seutter
General Director of Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle Hamburg

Dear friends of Music,
Körber FoundationTwo years ago, with our first symposium, we ventured a look into the future: »In what way will a concert hall need to change to respond to developments in society?« That was one of the questions we asked then. Without doubt the most extensive change of our society will be brought about by those who are young people now. It is therefore essential, also for the future Elbphilharmonie, to pay closer attention to this generation. Together with you I am looking forward to a lively and inspiring exchange.

Yours Klaus Wehmeier
Deputy Chairman of the Körber Foundation

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Wednesday, 24.02.2010

Young participants in the »Scream« project present their music

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Experience music! With Annette and Katrin Dasch

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Putting across jazz with Niels Klein (sax), Robert Landfermann (kb) and Jonas Burgwinkel (perc)

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Thursday, 25.02.2010

Opening on Thursday: panel discussion with young people

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Michael Becker (Düsseldorf Concert Hall) talking to Andrea Thilo

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Young people join in the discussion

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Presentation by Mark Slavkin (Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County)

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Paul Keene (Town Hall & Symphony Hall Birmingham), Christoph Lieben-Seutter (Laeisz Hall and Elbe Philharmonic Orchestra Hamburg) and Professor Eckard Heintz (Institute of International Culture Management) in a talk, left to right

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Lecture by Professor Wilfried Ferchhoff (Bielefeld University)

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Friday, 26.02.2010

Podium discussion with Peter Gartiser (METRUM Management Consultants), Catherine Milliken (Berliner Philharmonic Orchestra), Andrea Thilo and Christoph Thoma (Grazer Performance Venues), left to right

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»Web 2.0« podium discussion with Andrea Thilo, Gerd van Looy, Paul Dujardin (both Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels) and Frank Tentler (social web strategist), left to right

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Presentation by Mark Miller (Tate Britain)

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