The singer’s tasks in the baroque opera – Discussion dedicated to the World Voice Day 2016  

Date & time 18/04/2016, 17:30 – 18:30

City/place: Budapest

Venue/address: Zeneakadémia, I. Előadóterem; H-1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 8.

Country: HU

Performer/s: András ALMÁSI-TÓTH (lecturer of Liszt Academy (Budapest), director of the performance Orontea by Antonio Cesti); Tamás HACKI MD, Ph.D; Andrea DEME Ph.D. (ELTE, Department of Phonetics); Balázs MÁTÉ (conductor); György PHILIPP (counter tenor)

More info: Setting the stage for evening the concert: Orontea by Antonio Cesti. Opening Speech by András ALMÁSI-TÓTH, lecturer of Liszt Academy (Budapest), director of the performance Orontea by Antonio Cesti. Scientific lectures: Tamás HACKI MD, PhD.: The mystery of the singing voice: the singer´s biomechanical and acoustic tools, Andrea DEME Ph.D.: Why do we find it difficult to understand the lyrics sung by a soprano? Discussants: Balázs MÁTÉ conductor, György PHILIPP counter tenor. For the discussion free tickets available at the ticket office of the Liszt Academy. After discussion (and on the 17. April): the opera performance Orontea by Antonio Cesti is performed starting at 19:00. For the concert tickets available for 1500 HUF at the Ticket Office of the Liszt Academy and online at


Contact person/s: Yvette Hintalan-Mondok; Tamás Hacki; Andrea Deme

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