Salzburg in chaos over Mozarteum chiefmain
The new rector of the Mozarteum Salzburg has resigned before starting the job. Reiner Schuhenn, 55, said he was leaving immediately after the University council refused to endorse his new team.
This is the third failed attempt to instal a new rector after the previous choice, Siegfried Mauser, was convicted of sex offences in Munich.
Qualifications for the job: Speaks German, reads music, takes orders.