MRI The MRI organizes conferences and lectures, exhibitions, and concerts, thus seeking to fulfill its double mission of imparting Reger's work and his environment both to the scholar community as well as to the public at large. On request the MRI offers scholarly guidance or assistance for concerts, courses or recordings through consultations, programme notes etc.

  • Ausstellung »Reger total«. An exhibition of the Max-Reger-Institute Karlsruhe. 8th June 2011 to 28th July 2011, Baden State Library Karlsruhe, foyer
  • "Max Reger – Accordarbeiter". Max Reger in the collection of the Bavarian State Library Munich and the  Max-Reger-Institute Karlsruhe -  Bavarian State Library Musich, 21st January to 6th March 2011
  • BrüderBuschGedenkstätte (permanent exhibition of the BuschBrosthersArchive in the KrönchenCenter Siegen since February 2007)
  • Max Reger and Great Britain - Royal College of Music London 2006
  • "wir Komponisten sind doch keine Ware" - Max Reger in der Kinderzeit des Urheberrechts. An exhibition in the Baden State Library Karlsruhe, 19th October 2005 to 14th January 2006
  • Fritz Busch in Stuttgart 1918-1922 - City Galery Siegen 4th to 11th July 2004
  • "Wohnhaft in der Eisenbahn". Max Regers musikalische Reisen durch Rheinland und Westfalen - Theater Dortmund, 2004 within the scope of the Max-Reger-Wochen 2004
  • Reger in Darmstadt - Saint Paul's Church und State Theatre Darmstadt 2003
  • Max Reger - compositore - Conservatorio Statale di Musica "G. Rossini" Pesaro 2002
  • "wie auf einem Pulverfaß". Max Reger und seine Münchner Jahre - University of Music and Performing Arts Munich 2002
  • Fritz Busch in Stuttgart 1918-1922 - Stuttgart State Theatre 2001
  • Sektion "Reger in der Karikatur" in the exhibition "KunstSprachen" within the scope of the Weidener Max-Reger-Tage 2001
  • Max Regers Orgelwerke. Within the scope of the International Organ Competition Gelsenkirchen 2000
  • Auf der Suche nach dem Werk. Max Reger - sein Schaffen - seine Sammlung - Baden State Library Karlsruhe 1998
  • "Der größte Erfolg, den ich jemals hatte". Max Reger in Nederland - Grote of Martinikerk Doesburg, Stichting Monumentaal Walckerorgel Doesburg 1998
  • "Besondere Leckerbissen". Max Reger in Marburg - Marburger Reger-Tage zum 125. Geburtstag - Marburger Schloss, in collaboration with the  St. Elizabeth's Church und university museum Marburg 1998
  • Max Reger in Leipzig - Gewandhaus Leipzig 1996
  • Blick ins Kaleidoskop. Max Reger: Komponieren um 1900 - within the scope of the series of events "Aus der Seelentiefe. Musik und Kultur der Jahrhundertwende", University of the Arts Bremen 1996
  • Reger in Essen - 1. Max-Reger-Tage Essen, philharmonic hall Essen 1993
  • Musik-Musik-Musik: Reger o München o 1900 - cultural center Gasteig in collaboration with the mit conservatory, Philharmonic Orchestra, city library and adult education centre Munich 1991
  • Stillstand und Bewegung. Max Reger am Wendepunkt zur Moderne - Mozarteum und Institute for Musicology Salzburg 1989, school of music Hagen 1989, University of Music Saarbrücken 1990
  • Immobilité et mouvement. Max Reger au seuil de la modernité - Goethe-Institute Paris 1987
  • Sektion "Max Reger" bei der Ausstellung "Musik in Heidelberg" - Palatinate Museum Heidelberg 1985
  • Max Reger. Aspekte seines Schaffens - summer academy J. S. Bach Stuttgart 1984
  • Max Reger. Dokumente aus seinem Leben und Schaffen - municipal museum Hamm 1984
  • Max Reger. Dokumente seines Wirkens in Köln - city library Cologne 1983
  • „DIES IRAE“ (1914) UND „IN TERRA PAX“ (1945) – Apokalyptische Visionen, 11.05.2014. (Recording of the Dies Irae is available at Vimeo!)
  • BACH-REGER 2000 in Karlsruhe - concert series, Karlsruhe 2000
  • REGE(R)S KARLSRUHE 1998 - series of events within the scope of the 125th birthday of Max Reger in collaboration with numerous local promoters, Karlsruhe 1998
  • Brahms · Reger · Ravel · Debussy - concert series with pre-concert talks in collaboration with the University of Music Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe 1997
  • "friedvoll-fidele Bachtournee". Max Reger und Philipp Wolfrum (alias Max & Moritz) in concert - in collaboration with the Bachverein Heidelberg, Heidelberg 1996
  • Beethoven - Schumann - Reger: Komponisten in Bonn - concert series with pre-concert talks in collaboration with city Bonn, Bonn 1994/95
  • Max Reger in Prag - Konzerte, Interpretationskurs und Publikation in collaboration with the ministry of education and cultural affairs CSFR und North Rhine-Westphalia, Prague 1992
  • Am Beispiel Reger: Musik um 1900 - concert series with pre-concert talks in collaboration with the city Bonn, Bonn 1989/90
  • »… hinübergetragen durch die Zeit«?
    Interdisciplinarily conference on Max Regers songs from 23th–25th September 2015 in Karlsruhe
  • Konfession – Werk – Interpretation. Perspektiven der Orgelmusik Max Regers.
    Interdisciplinarily conference within the scope of Edition of Reger Works, 25th–27th October 2012 in Mainz.
  • Symposion "Ausblicke in die Reger-Forschung. Regers Werkverzeichnis und die Folgen" - Bavarian State Library Munich 2011
  • Symposion "Max Reger und die Musikstadt Leipzig" - Internationaler Kongress "Musik-Stadt. Traditionen und Perspektiven urbaner Musikkulturen" der Gesellschaft für Musikforschung Leipzig 2008
  • Symposium zum internationalen Orgelmeisterkurs - Max-Reger-Biennale Giengen an der Brenz 2008
  • Max Reger (1873-1916): Grenzüberschreitungen - organized by the Erbacher Hof, academy of the Bishopric of Mainz in collaboration with MRI, Mainz 2000
  • Internationaler Reger-Kongress Karlsruhe 1998: Musikalische Moderne und Tradition
  • Sektion "Max Reger" in the conference "Prager Musikleben zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts" - Bohuslav Martinu Foundation Prague 1996
  • Sektion "Max Reger" beim Internationalen Musikwissenschaftlichen Colloquium Bonn 1989
  • Journée d'étude: L'homme et l'oeuvre de Max Reger - Paris 1987
  • Max Reger. Analysen und Quellenstudien - Reger-Tage Bonn 1986
  • Neue Aspekte der Regerforschung - Lichtenberg/Ofr. 1984

To the review of the competition...

 

  • 1st prize: Aris Quartett (Anna Katharina Wildermuth, violin; Noémi Zipperling, violin; Caspar Vinzens, viola; Lukas Sieber, violoncello) of the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts
  • 2. prize: vision string quartet (Jakob Encke, violin; Daniel Stoll violin; Kevin Treiber, viola und Leonard Disselhorst, violoncello) of the University of Music, Drama and Media Hanover
  • 3. prize (shared):
    • Duo Christoph Brecht/Sumi Lee (Christoph Brecht, clarinet; Sumi Lee, piano) of the University of Music Detmold
    • Duo Benjamin Gregor-Smith/Aglaia Graf Gregor-Smith/Graf (Benjamin Gregor-Smith, violoncello; Aglaia Graf, piano)
  • 1st prize: Duo Kolesov/Grinevich (Sergey Kolesov, Saxophon; Elena Grinevich, piano) of the Gnessin State Musical College
  • 2nd prize: Duo Jeanquirit (David Kindt, clarinet; Helge Aurich, piano) of the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart resp. the Rostock University of Music and Theatre
  • 3rd prize (shared):
    • Duo Klavierette (Shelly Ezra, clarinet; Izabela Melkonyan, piano) of the Liszt School of Music Weimar resp. the Lübeck Academy of Music
    • Duo Vay-Papadopoulos (Alexandre Vay, violoncello; Dimitri Papadopoulos, piano) of the University of Music Karlsruhe bzw. der Folkwang University of the Arts
  • special award Carl Pontén: Forseti Saxophonquartett (Magdalena Łapaj, Dominic Childs, Enrico Taubmann, Frank Riedel, saxophone) of the Cologne University of Music
  • 1st prize: Trio Monte (Ana Rachel Feitosa, violin; Claude Frochaux, violoncello; Anca Lupu, piano) of the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts
  • 2nd p2nd prize: Sonic.art Saxophonquartett (Ruth Velten, saxophone; Alexander Doroshkevich, saxophone; Martin Posegga, saxophone; Annegret Schmiedl, saxophone) of the Hanns Eisler College or Academy of Music Berlin
  • 3rd prize: Duo Parthenon (Christine Rauh, violoncello; Johannes Nies, piano) of the University of Music, Drama and Media Hanover
  • 1st prize: Berolina Trio (Eriko Makimura, piano; Krzysztof Polonek, violin; Katarzyna Polonek, Cello) of the University of Music, Drama and Media Hanover
  • 2nd prize: Duo KoSa (Filip Saffray, violin; Vanessa Koralewski, piano) of the University of Music Karlsruhe
  • 3rd prize: Trio Lieto (Elena Graf, violin; Peijun Xu, viola; Arthur Hornig, Cello) of the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts
  • Duo Collage (Juan José Pardo, clarinet; Xiayi Jiang, piano) of the University of Music Karlsruhe
  • Kim Trio (Taehuyn Kim, violin; Jiyeon Kim, violoncello; Nayoung Kim, piano) vom Konservatorium Wien
  • Duo (JaeEun Lee, Sopran; Fan Yang, piano) of the University of Music Karlsruhe
  • PianoDuo Yoshie & Takashi (Yoshie Shiramizu, piano; Takashi Fujii, piano) von Mannheim Music Conservatory
  • Publikumspreis: Duo Sakura (Xiayi Jiang, piano; Reimi Matsuda, piano) of the University of Music Karlsruhe