Judit Rajk DLA

Position at the Institute: Associate Professor
Subjects taught: Voice Training

Photo: Gábor Fejér

Education:

2009: Doctorate Degree (DLA in honor "summa cum laude" ("with highest honor") Thesis: The Features of the 19th-Century Russian Romance Reflected through the Lyric Poetry of Pushkin

2002 – 2009: Doctor of Music Program at the Liszt Ferenc Music Academy of Music, Budapest

1994 – present: Private voice studies with Prof. Margit Kaposi

1993: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest – Diploma in Voice and Vocal Teaching

1987 – 1993: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest – Vocal studies

1985 – 1987: Eötvös Lóránd University (ELTE) Faculty of Humanities, Budapest – Studies of English and Russian linguistics


Teaching experience:

2013 – present: Kodály Institute of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music – Associate Professor in Solo Singing

2003 – present: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest – Associate Professor in Solo Singing at the Church Music Department

2001 – 2002: Shakespeare School of Theatre, Budapest – Voice Training Teacher

1995 – 2001: Weiner Leó Secondary Music School, Budapest – Solo Singing Teacher

1994 – 1998: Merlin Theatre, Budapest – Merlin Drama Studio – Voice Training Teacher

1993 – 1996: "Teatrum" School of Theatre, Budapest – Voice Training Teacher


Masterclasses:

2019: Ankara University State Conservatory (Turkey) – mastercourse

2018: Roma, Italy, Palazzo Falconieri (Accademia d’Ungheria) – Kodály Seminar

2018: Dokuz Eylül University State Conservatory, Izmir (Turkey) – mastercourse

2018: Tbilisi State Conservatory (Georgia) – mastercourse

2017: Lahti, Helsinki (Finland) – Kodály Seminar and Masterclasses 

2017: Nitra, Trnava (Slovakia) – International Kodály Conference – concert, works by Kodály

2017: Ljubljana (Slovenia) Master Course – Kodaly Seminar and masterclasses 

2017: Roma, Italy, Palazzo Falconieri (Accademia d’Ungheria) – Kodály Seminar

2016: Roma, Italy, Palazzo Falconieri (Accademia d’Ungheria) – Kodály Seminar

2015: Roma, Italy, Palazzo Falconieri (Accademia d’Ungheria) – Kodály Seminar

2015: St. Petersburg, Russia, Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory

15th International Conservatory Week Festival – masterclass on early sacred music (Gregorian) and vocal works of contemporary composers

2014: Concert and Conference at the Pomeranian University (Slupsk, Poland) Music Pedagogics in continuity & breakthrough: historical prospects and references in European context

2011: Ankara, Hacettepe University – Liszt Symposium and Festival


Artistic activities:

http://juditrajk.com/schedule--concerts-3.html 


Most important publications (books, book excerpts, articles, dissertation, conference publications):

Judit Rajk: The feature of the 19th-Century Russian Romance Reflected through the Lyric Poetry of Pushkin (Space-Time-Tradition, edited by Bozó Péter, Rózsavölgyi és Társa, 2013, page 181-219)


Other activities:

FUGA (Budapest Centre of Architecture) – Classical Music Curator
European Cultural Foundation Budapest – Head of Board


Memberships:

Hungarian Liszt Society
Hungarian Kodály Society
Hungarian Church Music Society
Széchenyi Academy of Letters and Arts (MTA, Hungarian Academy of Science)


Awards, competition results:

2005, 2011, 2018: Artisjus Prize for performance of contemporary works