News & Info

Current info, open house with instrument presentation, history & annual reports of the Music School Innsbruck.

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Making your own music is really cool! Visit us and try it out. You will see, it is much easier than you think. The world of music is exciting and especially making music together is fun! Call us or just come by!

Over 90 teachers currently teach 4,000 music students at the Innsbruck Music School. In addition to lessons in instrumental subjects, early music education and the singing school, the music school offers a variety of free ensembles and supplementary subjects.

Open day

The date for the open house will be set close to the event.

You can find year-round instrument demonstrations on our video platform.

Coronavirus

According to the current decree of the Federal Minister of Education, Science and Research for the management of COVID-19 consequences in the school system, the risk levels have been replaced by scenarios 1-4. According to the assessment of the Ministry of Health, scenario 2 is currently to be assumed.

More information:

Tuition reductions are gladly accepted at any time. Completed applications can be handed in at the school office of the music school with enclosed documents to the
the tuition fee must be submitted by the respective deadline (posted in the music school).

History

200 years ago, on June 2, 1818, the Verein zur Beförderung der Tonkunst (Association for the Promotion of Musical Art) was founded in Innsbruck with an associated music school. The commemorative publication "200 Jahre Musikverein. Music School. Conservatory" of the Innsbruck City Archives shows the history of the institution.

If you are looking for older annual reports, please contact the Service Unit City Archive/City Museum

Contact

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday:
8.00-12.00 and 13.30-17.00

Friday:
8.00-12.00 and 13.00-14.00

Last updated 08.12.2022