Beethoven Society For Music And Research

The organisation was founded in 2017 by Yury Revich and Yuliya Draganova. The goal of the Beethoven Society for Music and Research is to build on Beethoven’s musical legacy by creating series of concerts, lectures, master classes and workshops.

Our Mission

Tradition and Innovation

We aim to raise the awareness for the innovation in classical music by supporting young artists and scientists on their way. A Beethoven Society Prize for outstanding accomplishments in the field of performance and research, as well as a youth competition for violin and piano will be established by 2020.

education and inclusion

Our purpose is to establish the role of classical music in the life of young people, supporting musical education and bringing music to different groups of the society, especially to people with disability. One of our goals with the BSMR is to encourage and empower young people with disability to participate in the musical life of Vienna by creating a series of concert and workshops, as well as raising the awareness for the achievements of musicians with disability.

research

A further aim of the Society is to promote innovative research on Beethoven and his legacy. This will be disseminated through workshops and conferences, but first and foremost through lectures accompanying performances, giving audiences new insights into the Beethoven cosmos.

Artists

The Beethoven Society supports young musicians and scientists in starting their career. We provide the opportunity for students, children and young people with a bright vision of the future to share experience and expertise with established names in the field.

News 

Piano Master class at Bösendorfer

The master class is open to all pianists and piano students at advanced level, who want to improve their technical pianistic skills, as well as broaden their knowledge on interpretation, style and historical context.
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“AN DIE FERNE GELIEBTE” AND “SCHWANENGESANG”

On the 24th of October 2018, the Beethoven Society For Music And Research will have the pleasure to welcome Alexander Grassauer and Alejandro Picó-Leonís. The duo will perform “An die ferne Geliebte” by Ludwig van Beethoven and “Schwanengesang” by Franz Schubert.
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“An die ferne Geliebte” and “Schwanengesang”

On the 24th of October 2018, the Beethoven Society For Music And Research will have the pleasure to welcome Alexander Grassauer and Alejandro Picó-Leonís. The duo will perform “An die ferne Geliebte” by Ludwig van Beethoven and “Schwanengesang” by Franz Schubert.
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Artists for Beethoven

We are looking forward to welcoming Sanghee Sania Cheong (violin), Stefan Kropfitsch (cello), Lilyana Kehayova (cello) and Sangwook Park (piano) on the stage of the Beethoven Society
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Events 

Here you can find an overview of our past and future events.
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Contact Us

Beethoven Society For Music And Research

Phone: +43 676 541 5241

Email: info@beethoven-wien.at

Address: Obere Augartenstraße
12-14/3/29, 1020 Wien, Österreich