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László Norbert Nemes

Kodály Summer Faculty

  • Diploma, Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest, Hungary
  • DMus University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • Habilitation Certificate, Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest, Hungary
  • Director of the Kodály Institute of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music
  • Chair, Department of Solfege, Music Theory and Choral Conducting, Teacher's Training College of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music
  • Co-founder and associate conductor of National Youth Choir of Hungary
  • Conductor of the New Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir, the artist-in-residence choral ensemble of the Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest
  • Former Associate conductor of the Hungarian Radio Children's Chorus 
  • Leader of the Active Music Learning Research Group, comprised of the pedagogues and researchers of the Kodály Institute of the Liszt Academy and the Brain Imaging Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • Initiator and leader of Kodály Revisited in the 21st Century, a project aimed at appointing schools to become partners and model schools in safeguarding the Kodály concept in the changed circumstances of the 21st century
  • “The Impact of a Changing Social and Cultural Environment on the Hungarian Adaptation of Zoltán Kodály’s Music Pedagogical Concept”, keynote speech at the 2018 Annual Conference of OAKE, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • “Kodály's Concept of Safeguarding the Folk Music Heritage of Hungarian People”, speech in the Peace Palace (Vredespaleis), The Hague, Holland
  • Let the Whole World Rejoice!: Choral Music Education, The Kodály Perspective, in The Oxford Handbook of Choral Pedagogy, Frank Abrahams, Paul D. Head, eds., New York: Oxford University Press
  • Lucinda Geoghegan and László Norbert Nemes: Singing Games and Rhymes for Ages 9–99. Glasgow: National Youth Choir of Scotland