Mozart’s House in Vienna will host a new multimedia experience

from Vienna Kleines Kayserhaus, where Mozart spent the last year of his life and wrote many of his most mature works, will soon host a new multimedia exhibition. Entitled Mozart myththe exhibit features lighting design, animations, artificial intelligence, and around 200 speakers.

The immersive experience is supported by a soundscape composed and rearranged by the musical director of Mythos Mozart, Walter Werzowa. Visitors will pass through five different rooms, each focusing on a different aspect of Mozart’s life.

A highlight is the first room, which is lined with 1,500 candles. Its central work is the end of Mozart Requiem from 1791 and features specialist lighting by the designer Moritz Waldemeyer.

Other rooms recreate the streets of Vienna as Mozart would have seen them, allow listeners to immerse themselves in light as well as music under thousands of synapses, and showcase the Turkish-born artist’s AI work. american new media Refik Anadol.

The project is carried out in collaboration with the Vienna University of Music and Performing Artsall the music being recorded by the students of the conservatory.

These recordings from the Hofburgkapelle, Synchron Stage Vienna and Schönbrunn Palace Theater will be available as a soundtrack in the on-site shop.

Below is a short video that gives you a taste of the exhibit.