【How to apply Leopold Mozart’s Violin school
on playing Mozart?】
(University Mozarteum Salzburg教授)
Violin Concerto in A-major, KV 219
3rd. movement: Rondeau- Tempo di Minuetto
bars 1 – 40
Violin Concerto in G-major, KV 216
2nd. movement: Adagio
bars 1 – 20
Divertimento in D Major, KV 136
Dr. Michael Malkiewicz was born in Salzburg, where he studied violin at the "Mozarteum" University of Music with a focus on baroque violin (studying among others with Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Hiro Kurozaki). He became co-founder and violinist with the baroque ensemble "La Follia Salzburg." At the same time, he was a member of a historical dance group. He subsequently studied musicology, theology, and Slavic languages (Polish) at the University of Salzburg. From 1996 to 1997 he held a fellowship at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Rome. In 2001, he received a PhD with his doctoral thesis on 16th century court dance in Italy.
From 1996 to 2002, he was a research assistant at the Free University of Berlin, focusing on the music of castrati on the opera stage. From 2002 to 2004 he was a research assistant at the University of Salzburg, where his work was foremost concerned with the music of the “ballet en action” from the 18th century. From 2004 to 2008, Dr. Malkiewicz was a research assistant of the Volkswagen-Foundation in Germany, where he studied the relationship between music and dance in ballet from the 16th century to the 20th century. From 2011 to 2013 he was research assistant at the Hochschule für Musik in Mannheim, where he studied Contuinity and Disruption in Musicology the Universities in Germany of the Post-War Era. Since 2011 he is director of the Research and Funding department at the University Mozarteum Salzburg.
He has taught in numerous countries in Europe (Albania, Germany, Italy, Poland, Slovenia) as well as the United States, China and Taiwan. In his teaching, he focuses upon historical dance for musicians, the Connection of Theory and Practice in Music Education, Rhetoric in Baroque Music and the Connection of Human Sciences such as musicology in the context of cultural experience. Furthermore, he is interested in intercultural encounter between students and teachers of the University Mozarteum and musicians who live in Salzburg as well as in a cooperation between universities and museums. He is fluent in German, English, Italian, French and Polish.