Budapest • Voice Matters | Arts and Sciences at Liszt Academy

April 16, 2015 – 6 pm

World Voice Day

Venue: Liszt Academy, Solti Hall
Address: Liszt Ferenc tér 8, Budapest


Program and performers:

Opening Address – Andrea VIGH, president of Liszt Academy

Folk Singing – “Voice of the soul in the mother tongue” (musical lecture)
Anna VAKLER, assistant lecturer at Liszt Academy’s Folk Music Department, and her MA 1st year student, Anna CSIZMADIA

Classical Singing – “Improvement of resonances in practice” (musical lecture)
Katalin HALMAI, senior lecturer at Liszt Academy’s Department of Vocal and Opera Studies, and her BA 1st year student, Mária LÖKÖSHÁZI
Piano accompaniment: Tamás KÉRY

The singing formant – the voice in competition with the orchestra (scientific lecture)
Tamás HACKI, physician, university professor, Regensburg–Budapest

Is there any sweet point in the Liszt Academy, Budapest? Vibrations and Resonances (scientific lecture)
Fül.p AUGUSZTINOVICZ, Head of Laboratory of Acoustics and Studio Technology, Budapest University of
Technology and Economics

Jazz Singing – “Voice training in jazz and improvisation” (musical lecture)
Ágnes LAKATOS, assistant lecturer at Liszt Academy’s Jazz Department, and her BA 1st year student Cintia HORVÁTH

EUROPA CANTAT Pécs 2015: the most colourful festival of voice and singing returns to Hungary
Greetings of the Association of Hungarian Choirs, Orchestras and Folk Ensembles (KÓTA)
Gábor MÓCZÁR, co-president of KÓTA and president of the European Choral Association – Europa Cantat

Choral Singing – “How to improve the sound of a children’s choir – theory and practice” (musical lecture)
Eszter UHERECZKY, choral director, teacher at Liszt Academy Conducting Department
Featuring: Chamber Choir of the Zoltán Kodály Primary, Secondary and Music School
Conductors: Csilla ?RI and Eszter UHERECZKY

Kodály: Evening Song
Performed by the lecturers and the audience

Hosts: Andrea MELÁTH and Tamás HACKI

Organizer: Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Tickets: Free tickets can be requested from the Liszt Academy box office (1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 8., tel.: 1 321 0690)


Contact person: Tamas Hacki,

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