Life and Art of Gustav Mahler

Mahler Hour Monthly

Due to the enormous success of the first two ‘Mahler Hours’, Mahler Foundation has decided to organize a monthly Mahler Hour from now on.

The monthly Mahler Hour is on the first Tuesday of each month. Starting on September 1, … Read More

Second Mahler Hour

Mahler turns 160!

Second Mahler Hour by Mahler Foundation.

Featuring: Marina Mahler, Aaron Cohen, Eveline Nikkels, Joost Honselaar, Thomas Hampson, Francisco Bricio and others.

Host: Morten Solvik.

Recorded: July 7, 2020.

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Alma Mahler and Allert de Lange

A new edition will be released on June 12, 2020: Briefwechsel Alma Mahler – Allert de Lange Verlag, a publication of the Gustav Mahler Stichting Nederland, delivered by Matthijs Boumans and Eveline Nikkels.

In March 1940, Alma Mahler’s book … Read More

First Mahler Hour

Mahler Around the World

This event brings together people from all over the world with a purpose to pay tribute to the great composer Gustav Mahler, on his 109th death anniversary.

The live streaming hosted organizations and people dedicated

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Earth Day 2020

Join Mahler Foundation for The Song Of The Earth on Earth Day!

Three Inspiring Films for Earth Day 2020

Gustav Mahler once said: “I want to be remembered as the ‘Singer of Nature,'”, and no work better captures his profound … Read More

Resurrection Symphony

In August 1892 a cholera epidemic struck Hamburg as Mahler was on his way there to conduct another season at the Stadttheater. Faced with possibly drastic consequences and defying orders that he return to his workplace, he decided to retreat … Read More

The Arduous Road to Vienna (1860-1897) by Henry-Louis de La Grange (revised and edited by Sybille Werner)

This long awaited revised volume I completes Henry-Louis de La Grange (1924-2017)‘s four-volumes. The present instalment, covering the years 1860 to 1897, traces the life and career of Mahler from his birth in a small village in Bohemia to … Read More

Mahler Multilingual

In the course of 2020, the Mahler Foundation website will be available in different languages. Languages can be recognized by the small flags at the top right of the homepage.

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