10 Years Bernhard Fleischer Moving Images
Classical Music for the Screen
Bernhard Fleis­cher Mov­ing Im­ages cel­eb­rated its 10th an­niversary present­ing and re­flect­ing its body of work in the his­tor­ic base­ment vault “Kavernen 1595”, Gstätten­gasse 27 in Salzburg.

The open­ing of the ex­hib­i­tion was formed by a pan­el dis­cus­sion:
CLAS­SIC­AL MU­SIC FOR THE SCREEN:
STATUS QUO AND FU­TURE PER­SPECT­IVES.
The fol­low­ing top­ics were ad­dressed:

  • Mu­sic for the Screen. Busi­ness or Pub­lic Duty?
  • Strik­ing New Paths to Man­age Artists and the Artists' Im­age Cre­ation Through Visu­al Me­dia.
  • The Cul­tur­al Memory of Clas­sic­al Mu­sic. What's Next to Suc­ceed the DVD?
The dis­cus­sion par­ti­cipants were:
El­mar Kruse, C. Ma­jor En­ter­tain­ment GmbH, Man­aging Dir­ect­or
Mi­chael Lang, Deutsche Gram­mo­phon Gesell­schaft GmbH, Pres­id­ent,
Mar­tin Schneider, ZDF, Ed­it­or­i­al De­part­ment for Mu­sic Pro­gram­ming
Jef­frey Vanderveen, Uni­ver­sal Mu­sic Clas­sic­al Man­age­ment & Pro­duc­tions, Man­aging Dir­ect­or

A full-length re­cord­ing of the dis­cus­sion is avail­able on DVD upon re­quest.

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