Home Isabella Pohl

Isabella Pohl

Posts By Isabella Pohl

Special

“Even Hans Zimmer doesn’t want to copy Hans Zimmer”

A conversation about music in the cinematic realm, communication, and royalties paid in tuna fish with the newly appointed film music professor Walter Werzowa, media composition and applied music professor Judit Varga, film directing student Wolf-Maximilian Liebich, and film editing graduate Barbara Seidler.

Comments Off on “Even Hans Zimmer doesn’t want to copy Hans Zimmer”
60
Drama

“We’re constantly dealing with people who lack emotional experience”

At the 2022 Reichenau Festival, Christian Berkel will make his debut as a stage director with a production of Frühlings Erwachen (Spring Awakening) involving Max Reinhardt Seminar students. A conversation on the existential life crisis of puberty, broken homes, and the power of theatre.

Comments Off on “We’re constantly dealing with people who lack emotional experience”
723
Report

Olga Neuwirth to Receive 2022 Ernst von Siemens Music Prize

This March, Olga Neuwirth was announced as the 2022 recipient of the international Ernst von Siemens Music Prize. This prize, worth € 250,000, is regarded as the most important classical music award in the German-speaking region.

Comments Off on Olga Neuwirth to Receive 2022 Ernst von Siemens Music Prize
357
Report

The mdw’s Future Art Lab Opens

At last: 7 June 2021 saw this brand new multifunctional building on the mdw Campus officially given over to its intended purpose in a festive open-air event.

Comments Off on The mdw’s Future Art Lab Opens
967
Drama

Enthusiasm for the Text

During the past academic year, two productions at the Max Reinhardt Seminar—both of which had to be premièred without a live audience—were devoted to works by Thomas Bernhard and Gert Jonke, respectively.

Comments Off on Enthusiasm for the Text
1,132
Special

“In the Studios Day and Night”

Pauline Heister is the first woman to hold a professorship in Audio Engineering/Production at the mdw. She brings with her a rich body of professional experience in orchestral recording and opera broadcasting, and she now looks forward to cultivating intensified exchange between Tonmeisters and instrumentalists at the FAL.

Comments Off on “In the Studios Day and Night”
4,035
Report

Covid-19-Report: The Need for Music Instruction in our Schools

Wilfried Aigner, a senior scientist at the Department of Music Education Research, Music Didactics and Elementary Music Education, talks about music education’s status, lobbying work for the arts, and music teaching in times of crisis and beyond.

Comments Off on Covid-19-Report: The Need for Music Instruction in our Schools
3,263
Drama

On the Art of Playing Dead

Those who become professional actors necessarily end up developing a certain relationship with death.Romeo drinks poison and Juliet stabs herself with a dagger; Stella drinks poison and Fernando shoots himself; Woyzeck murders Marie in a fit of bloodlust with countless stabs of a knife; Ferdinand kills Luise and himself with poison...

Comments Off on On the Art of Playing Dead
2,729
Report

CARSA 2019 – Casinos Austria Rising Star Award

2019 saw Patricia Nolz become the first woman to win the CARSA as a vocalist. It was the seventh awarding of this EUR 10,000 prize that helps support promising artists studying at the mdw as they start their professional careers.

Comments Off on CARSA 2019 – Casinos Austria Rising Star Award
1,900
Page 1 of 212

Read more