Budapest • World Voice Day at Erkel Theatre

April 16, 2015 – 4 pm-7 pm

World Voice Day at Erkel Theatre

Venue: Erkel Theatre, 1st floor
Address: II. János Pál pápa tér 30, Budapest

Principal patron of the event is Dr. Gábor Zombor, state secretary for healthcare.


4 pm – 7 pm Specialist presentations
Opening speech – Prof. Tamás Hacki MD, otolaryngologist and phoniatrics specialist and WVD coordinator for Hungary

Presenter of afternoon session – Éva Bátori, opera singer and Artist of Merit

4 pm – 4:45 pm Voice Therapy
Dr. Krisztina Mészáros PhD, university docent: Voice Therapy presentation with video inserts

Featured in video clips – members of the Larynx Surgery Patients’ Club and János Bródy, Magdi Rúzsa and Éva Bátori

5 pm – 5:45 pm Another Kind of Voice
Prof. Dr. Klára Vicsi’s presentation entitled Children’s Hearing Protection Strategy in the Case of Programmes Utilising Electroacoustic Systems. The presenter is a scientific consultant for the Department of Telecommunications and Media Informatics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

6 pm – 6-45 Song and Verse – Words and Music
Poetry set to music in a performance by Kossuth-prize winning actress Dorottya Udvaros and vocal artists Éva Bátori, Ingrid Kertesi and Tamás Tarjányi

Featuring – György Selmeczi, composer
Piano accompanist – Pálma Hidegkuti

Invited guests – Miklós Csemiczky and János Vajda, composers


György Selmeczi – Pet?fi Cantata – chamber piece – Éva Bátori

Songs by János Vajda and György Orbán – Ingrid Kertesi

János Vajda – Leonce and Léna János – Léna’s aria – Ingrid Kertesi

Miklós Csemiczky – Karinthy – That’s How You Write – Éva Bátori

János Kerekes-Miklós Radnóti – Rain Shower – Tamás Tarjányi

János Kerekes-Gyula Juhász – How Blonde She Was – Tamás Tarjányi

Rezs? Sugár-Sándor Pet?fi – The Bush Trembles – Tamás Tarjányi


Contact person: Tamas Hacki,

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