MUS 239 – Haydn and Mozart: A Musical Tour of Prague and Vienna

Four credits
One week on campus, 2.5 weeks in the Czech Republic and Austria
Professor Akiko Konishi

This course will trace the musical development of Mozart and Haydn in a historical and geographical context. Students will immerse themselves in the works of the two composers and explore the various cultural and biographical elements that influenced their compositional styles. Following an initial overview on campus, the course will take place in Prague and Vienna, with day trips to surrounding cities. Significant locations include: Lobkowicz Palace (Prague), the Estates Theatre (Prague), St. Stephen's Cathedral (Vienna), Schӧnbrunn Palace (Vienna), Haydnsaal (Eisenstadt), and Mozarthaus (Vienna).

Program fee (Paid to W&L): $4,242
Includes programming, room, fees, and in-country transportation. Breakfast will be included every day, as well as some other meals.

Additional costs: airfare, books, most lunches and dinners, cell phone, spending money, COVID-19 testing, passport, and visa fees (if applicable)
Breakout Session

For further information, please contact Professor Konishi,

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Applications open on October 6th, 2022