DoReMi – The Social Music Institute

 

Learn an instrument and do good at the same time.

Joint music lessons for refugees/socially disadvantaged people with people with an higher income. Because music connects. EVERYONE is welcome at the music institute DoReMi. Within the lessons, DoReMi creates an environment that makes music fun, strengthens the self-esteem and cultivates a respectful cooperation.

Affordable Music Lessons

People from all social classes get the chance to learn a music instrument. You pay for it as much as you can.

Sustainable Integration

In DoReMi, we offer classes in pairs, so that refugees/socially disadvantaged people pair up with people with higher incomes.

Learn German in a playful way

Getting in contact with german-speaking students and teachers, language acquisition and cultural exchange succeed quite by themselves.

Appreciate cultural diversity

Refugees are not only students at the DoReMi music institute, they also teach their traditional instruments.

HARD FACTS

HOW

 

  • 1 Music Teacher
  • 2 Students in Pairs
  • 50 min – Session (weekly)
  • 13 Sessions per Semester

Costs are disclosed –
you decide how much you can pay.

WHERE

 

Open Piano for Refugees/DoReMi
The Social Music Institute
Nußdorferstraße 65/11
1090 Vienna

With arrangements also at the teachers’ homes.

WHEN

 

Start of Class

Summer Semester: 01.03. – 30.6.
Winter Semester: 01.10. – 31.01.

Application

Summer Semester: 02 – 15.01.
Winter Semester: 02 – 15.08.

OUR MUSIC TEACHERS

SAEID BORNA

Instrument: Piano
Education: Jazz Piano at the Vienna Conservatory

“Music offers me the opportunity to travel, or to my Persian homeland or a dream world of the future.”

UYGAR ÇAGLI

Instrument: Bass

Education: Jazz&Pop at the Conservatory in Graz and Jazz IGP at the Anton Bruckner University of Linz

MARIO CARP

Instrument: Piano
Education: Diploma in IGP and concert subject at the VMI Conservatory

“My top priority is to nurture the passion and interest of my students and thereby find individual musical paths together.”

DANIELA MARKU

Instrument: Piano

ANGELIKA ZACH

Instrument: Jazz- and Pop Singing
Education: Jazz Singing at the MUK Vienna, IGP Popular Singing

“For me, music should always move you, so that we humans open up more and more; toward compassion for others.”

SONER TEZCAN

Instrument: Oriental Percussion

FADI MESTRIH

Instrument: Piano

FATIMA GERENDAS OBIOLS

Instrument: Pop & Jazz Singing
Education: Music education at the MDW & musicology at the University of Vienna

“Through singing you can not only make music, but also get to know yourself better.”

MYRIAM LABIAUSSE

Instrument: Violin
Education: Master of Arts Education at MUK and violin at the Naples Conservatory

“Music will become our common language.”

ALI ASAAD

Instrument: Guitar and Oud
Education: BA University of Arts Graz – MA University of Vienna – BA Ankara State Conservatory

DOMINIKA PAS

Instrument: Recorder
Education: Recorder at the MUK Vienna, currently IGP studies at the MUK Vienna

DAVID GONZALEZ ESPINOSA

Instrument: Piano
Education: Piano and Orchestra Conducting at Juilliard School, New York

DR. KRISTINA NIKOLIC

Instrument: Flute
Education: Jazz Saxophone (Master’s Degree) with secondary instruments flute and clarinet; Instrumental and Vocal Pedagogy (Bakk.); Doctorate (Dr. phil.) in jazz and popular music research at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz

“I love music and I teach with all my heart.”

XING LI

Instrument: Singing

“The music offers me a language in which I can honestly express my thoughts and feelings.”

MARIJA ANDJIC

Instrument: Piano
Ecucation: Master of Arts Education at MUK University in Vienna

“Helping others to find the music within themselves – that is my greatest joy.”

RICHARD SENIOW

Instrument: Piano, keyboard and Production
Ecucation: Music School Vienna, Paris College of Music

“For me, making music involves dealing with people from different cultures in order to constantly learn and grow.”

JOSÉ ALBERTO CONRERAS TOBAR

Instrument: Piano
Education: Master of Arts Education at the Music & Art Private University of Vienna

“I firmly believe that every human being is musical.”

GABRIEL GOMEZ RESTREPO

Instrument: Guitar
Education: Diploma and instrumental singing pedagogy at the Vienna Music Institute

“Everyone has the ability to make music. I just want to help make the learning process fun.”

MANSUR BILDIK

Instrument: Saz

MUSICAL SPONSORSHIP

With a music sponsorship of €170, you enable a low-income person to get music lessons for a semester and make a significant contribution to sustainable integration. The sponsorship is not automatically extended and can be canceled at any time.

You are cordially invited to end-of-semester concerts, where you can get to know your protégé and experience their progress live. If desired, we will give you an honorary mention on our website and media channels.

You can get more information from [email protected]

Every small donation also contributes to equal opportunities!