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Festivals and notable projects
Founder and artistic director: Luz Leskowitz

Owner and artistic director from 1991 to 2016
The first Salzburger Schlosskonzerte took place in Japan on May 14th and May 21st 2016 in Kyoto and in Obihiro
HARZBURGER MUSIKTAGE (D) since 1970, after 35 years handed in
MUSIKFESTWOCHE SCHLOSS BERLEBUNG (D) since 1972, after 42 years handed in
ROTHENFELDER MUSIKFEST (D) since 1974, after 30 years finished
MUSIKFESTWOCHE AT CASTLE KAMMER/Attersee (A) since 1984, after 13 years finished
INTERNATIONALE SCHWARZWALD MUSIKTAGE (D) since 1986, after 20 years handed in
31. MAIFESTIVAL RELLINGER CHURCH (D) since 1986 from May 27th to May 29th 2016
32. Maifestival Rellinger church from May 5th to May 7th 2017
MUSIKFESTWOCHE DANNENBERG/Elbe (D) since 1987, after 18 years finished
ADERNACHER MUSIKTAGE AUF BURG NAMEDY (D) since 1991, after 15 years handed in
Kumho Musikwoche Seoul-Salzburg (Korea)   2006
Festival Klausenburg–Salzburg (Ro)  1997  ***   Festival Chelyabinsk-Salzburg (Ru)  since 2000  
Festival Yuzhnouralsk-Salzburg (Ru)  since 2008   ***   Festival Ufa-Salzburg (Ru)    
Festival Brüssel-Salzburg (B)   ***   Festival Shiogama-Salzburg (Jp) since 2015

In the framework of the Salzburger Schlosskonzerte:
Mostly Mozart, Berliner Philharmonische Ostern, International Streichquartette,
Berliner Philharmonische Woche, Wiener Philharmonische Woche,
Musikalischer Frühling, Festival Chisinau-Salzburg (Moldavia),
Musikalischer Herbst, Festival Ravello – Salzburg, Salzburger Kulturtage,
Festival Kabalewski Moscow – Vienna – Salzburg, Festival FLAME Paris-Salzburg
and many other projects

Luz Leskowitz founded in the framework of the Harzburger Musiktage the 1. International Natural Horn Competition together with Hermann Baumann
In 2008 the Music Competition Yuzhnouralsk (Sibiria) – Salzburg
In 2012 the „SALZBURG-MOZART International Chamber Music Competition” together with On Mitani in Tokyo

Luz Leskowitz delivered and delivers masterclasses in
Moscow (Conservatory and Schnittke School of Music), Vladimir, Chelyabinsk, Slatoust, Magnitogorsk, Chabarowsk, Yuzhnouralsk, Ufa. In Japan in Kyoto, Osaka, Tokyo and Obihiro in China in Beijing i.a.

Luz Leskowitz founded the Salzburger Solisten 1979 and 1991 he took over the Salzburger Mozartspieler from Josef Schröcksnadel, who was also the former concert master of the Mozarteum Orchestra.  

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