#eisler_live on social media
Via the Eisler School’s social media channels, students and instructors offer insights into their daily lives during the coronavirus pandemic – with intriguing features, concerts and special surprises. How do singing and directing students rehearse for their opera productions? How do instrumentalists prepare for orchestra and chambermusic projects?
In dialogue: Sarah Wedl-Wilson, Rector of the academy and Prof. Dr. Hartmut Dorgerloh talk about today's and the historical connection between the two houses and the ensemble. The General Director and Chairman of the Board of the Humboldt Forum Foundation in the Berliner Schloß is looking forward to a visit from Eisler students.
A very special sound experience: Gustav Mahler's 7th Symphony in a reduced line-up with accordion, prepared piano and cowbells was performed by students of the Hanns Eisler University of Music in Berlin under the direction of Prof. Manuel Nawri from May 3rd to 7th, 2021 as part of the Eisler Sinfonietta rehearsed and recorded. There is an exclusive sound impression in the second episode of the Eisler podcast, in which the students Matthias Arnold and Philipp Claudy talk to Prof. Nawri about the project and many other exciting topics.
For the launch of the new eislerPodcast - in a special English edition - our student Oda Holt Günther is talking to principal Sarah Wedl-Wilson, discussing how her musical background affects her work life today, as well as the impact that the pandemic has had on all of us this last year.
With our event series #eislerlab_digital, students, school members, and interested members of the public are invited to watch online interviews and master classes with renowned musicians and scholars.
During summer semester 2020 and winter semester 2020/21, Kirill Gerstein, a professor of piano at the HfM, invited Ivan Fischer, Ian Bostridge, John Deathridge, Thomas Adès, Gergely Fazekas, and Braad Mehldau to give interviews. Excerpts can be found here.
During summer semester of 2020, the celebrated British cellist Steven Isserlis livestreamed three public master classes from London for students at the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin. Claudio Bohórquez, a professor of cello at the HfM, presented the live performances from the Studiosaal of the School.