How to become a RMS member

In order to become a RMS member, one needs to fill in the form below and send it to the following postal address:


Societatea Română Mozart
c/o Adriana Bera
aleea Băiţa 5/4
400427 – Cluj-Napoca

or by e-mail to:


Why becoming a RMS member?

Each RMS member receives at the beginning of the year a pass which allows him/her to visit for free the house where Mozart lived in Salzburg (Getreidegasse 9), the house where Mozart was born (Makartplatz 8-9) and the Mozarteum Foundation.

Two days before the beginning of the festival, the members are invited to get their 2-seats invitation, which allows free entrance to all concerts during the festival.

Yearly fee

The yearly fee is:

50 RON

25 RON – pupils, students and pensioners

25 USD or 25 EURO – members from abroad


The yearly fee may be paid the following way:

– to the Artistic Secretary (room 17) of the „Gheorghe Dima” Music Academy

– in one of the RMS’s bank accounts

 Banca Transilvania, Cluj

RON: RO78 BTRL 0130 1205 9599 83XX
EURO: RO27 BTRL 0130 4205 9599 83XX
USD: RO61 BTRL 0130 2205 9599 83XX

Honorary members

Until now the RMS has granted the honorary member title to twelve personalities in the worlds of music, diplomacy and business environment:

– German publicist Karl Vötterle (1903-1975, post mortem)

– violin player Romanian-born Sándor Végh (1912-1997)

– bariton Ionel Pantea, who organized a Mozart Festival in Cluj, 1983

– American piano player and musicologist Robert D. Levin

– His Excellency Dr. Christoph Parisini, who greatly supported the RMS during his time as Austrian Ambassador in Bucharest

Alexis Hauser, Austrian conductor

Dr. Friedrich Gehmacher, former President of Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum in Salzburg

Peter E. Sandor, former President of Mozart Society Toronto

Jaap Schröder, Dutch violin player and conductor

– His Excellency Dr. Christian Zeileissen, Austrian Ambassador in Bucharest

Dr. James J. Busuttil, jurist in Hague

Peter Atzl, Austrian business man

– Franz Streuber, president of Mozart Society in Saxonia – Sächsische Mozart Gesellschaft

– Eugen Albu, business man