GEWICHT: 58 kg
Intime Dienste: Kuscheln, GV in versch. Stellungen, Natursekt (aktiv), Deepthroat, Dominant
Originally, the intention of the organisation was to support contemporary music in the area of Leipzig. Since its founding, the organisation acts as a mediator between the music resp. The word "Forum" expresses the open position as a mediator.
Rooting in that term is also a neutral position towards stylistic and aesthetic criteria of selection that are often connoted to "Modern" or "Contemporary Music". Apart from many world premieres it was central to promote the international music scene. In addition, the first educational project "Schulmusikkonzerte" school-music concerts was established to communicate contemporary music to the up-growing generation. One year later the FZML moved into its first business premises. Starting in , the FZML mounted annually one festival and several concert series.
This continuity strengthened the popularity of the society and the FZML became established as an inherent part of Leipzig's cultural life. Some educational and social projects followed the next years. It supports the work of the FZML financially and in non-material ways.
Since each project has its own new and individual tasks, the FZML enhances its methods continuously to consider the needs of the particular project. Within the society this process is called "spontaneous institutionalisation", it stresses the importance of flexibility and adaptability for the FZML. The work of the FZML is based on a connection of different points of view of contemporary music.
Focused on bridging the distance between sensuous and intellectual perception the FZML is led by the idea that contemporary music is as much an object of sensation as of discourse. All these methods form a dramaturgical unity, focusing on the reflection of the particular work or topic. One example for the holistic curatorial and dramaturgical approach is the festival "CAGE" which celebrated the th birthday of John Cage. The FZML transferred his artistic concepts directly to the festival, its contents and its form.