The Mozarteum Foundation Salzburg was founded by Mozart’s widow Constanze to preserve the legacy and memory of her husband, the most famous musician in history. The Mozarteum owns two museums, including the house where Mozart was born and the house where he lived with his family as a young man; maintains a research facility and the most extensive Mozart library in the world, including more than 35,000 titles; and annually presents the Mozart Week, a festival of orchestral, chamber, solo, and opera performances by leading musicians from around the world in its several world-class concert halls. The Mozarteum is the world’s most prominent keeper of Mozart’s memory and leader in historical and contemporary research and presentation of Mozart’s legacy. You can support the activities and work of the Mozarteum by becoming an American Friends of the Mozarteum. Learn more here.
- Mozart Week 2013
Details about the concerts planned by the Mozarteum for Mozart Week 2013, and learn how to reserve tickets.
- Mozart’s Birthplace
Learn more about the house in Salzburg where Mozart was born, now a museum owned by the Mozarteum Foundation Salzburg.
- Mozart’s Residence
Learn more about the house where the Mozart family lived when Mozart was a young man.
- Digital Mozart Edition
Learn more about the Mozarteum Foundation’s project to make the complete works of Mozart and its collection of letters and manuscripts by Mozart and his family – the world’s largest collection – available on the internet.
- All About Mozart
Learn more about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.