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Erzsébet Szőnyi's bequest to the Institute

Erzsébet Szőnyi's bequest to the Institute

19 November 2021

Recently, with the participation of Erzsébet Szőnyi's grandchildren, Edit Alma Gémes and Ákos Tamás Gémes, and the director of the Institute, Dr. László Norbert Nemes, documents from Mrs Szőnyi’s legacy were officially handed over to the Archives of the Institute and the contract was signed.

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Moments of Appreciation

Moments of Appreciation

3 November 2021

During the course of the last two years, several outstanding faculty members stepped down from their positions as professors or research scholars at the Kodály Institute. 

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Start of the 2021-22 Academic Year

Start of the 2021-22 Academic Year

27 September 2021

By the beginning of September 2021, most of our students, who decided to come to Hungary despite all the challenges and difficulties posed by the pandemic, arrived in Kecskemét.

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Revised Kardos book on choral intonation

Revised Kardos book on choral intonation

23 July 2021

The Kodály Institute of the Liszt Academy of Music has launched a thoroughly revised and restructured English-language edition of Pál Kardos’s unique book on choral intonation.

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Kodály’s Principles in the Perspective of the 21st Century – Based on Zoltán Kodály’s Writings and Speeches

Kodály’s Principles in the Perspective of the 21st Century – Based on Zoltán Kodály’s Writings and Speeches

6 July 2021

The latest publication of the Kodály Institute is a much-needed, long-awaited project by a former professor of our Institute, the internationally renowned Lilla Gábor. “Kodály’s Principles in the Perspective of the 21st Century – Based on Zoltán Kodály’s Writings and Speeches” is aimed for all those who wish to delve into the authentic sources: the complexity of Kodály’s vision in his own words.

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Closing of the 2020-2021 Academic Year

Closing of the 2020-2021 Academic Year

9 June 2021

The Kodály Institute held its Closing Ceremony of the Academic Year 2020-2021 on 28 May in the ceremonial hall of the Calvinist Old College and online. Due to the current COVID situation, only 20 people could attend personally, the rest could follow the ceremony via Zoom.

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