Successful Kodály Seminar in Rome

Between 2-6 September, 2013, at the Hungarian Academy in Rome organized for music teachers, choral conductors and other professional musicians - in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hungary and the Hungarian Academy in Rome - with more than 60 participants from Italy, held in the Palazzo Falconieri in Rome.
Leader and organzier of the course was Theodóra Sebestyén, artistic director: László Norbert Nemes, director of the Kodály Institute, guest teacher: conductor Andrea B. Horváth. Interview with the two artists available on the Vatican Radio website: www.radiovaticana.va
At the closing concert of the Seminar - which was opened by Antal Molnár, director of the Hungarian Academy in Rome and János Balla, Hungarian ambassador to Rome - pieces of Zoltán Kodály, Béla Bartók and Ferenc Liszt were performed by Katalin Halmai, opera singer and Anikó Novák, pianist and the choir of the Seminar conducted by László Norbert Nemes.

  

  

 

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