International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein
Livestreaming at the highest level with the rising stars of the classical music scene.
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The International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein strives for the position of a leading institution in the international music world with a firm anchorage in the Principality of Liechtenstein and aims to be a recognized institution for the training of the young musical elite by the greats of their field. The Academy of Music focuses on the holistic personality development of young people and offers them unique development experiences in addition to musical support. This includes learning from role models and at performing at top-class concert events in various formations. Renowned professors such as Prof. Ana Chumachenco, Prof. Ivan Monighetti, Prof. Radovan Vlatkovic, Prof. Pavel Gililov, Prof. Jens Peter Maintz, Prof. Dr. Milana Chernyavska etc. teach the young musicians and perfect their skills.
The intensive weeks of these international talents always end with a concert in Liechtenstein, to which not only the local audience is invited but also a high-quality livestream will be offered for the audience at home. Check out the concert dates for 2021/2022 - we look forward to welcoming you in Liechtenstein via livestream.
Further information about the event and ticketing can be found at: www.musikakademie.li
For the free livestreams of our concerts, simply register at www.kulmag.live
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