Music Theory

Gabor Viragh is a frequent guest clinician and lecturer at numerous colleges, universities and school systems throughout the United States. He has offered summer workshops using the Kodály approach at Nebraska Wesleyan University, Silver Lake College, Wichita State University, New England Conservatory, University of Colorado, and The Hartt School University.

Viragh is a featured lecturer at the OAKE National Conferences since 1996. He was also an invited lecturer at the 14th International Kodály Symposium in Hungary in 1999, and was a presenter at the CMEA 2000.

He has collaborated with Faith Knowles, Artistic Director of the Kodály Center of America, and poet Peter Thompson on the book New Words for Selected Bicinia, a collection of 30 Bicinia Hungarica composed by Kodály. He is the author of two anthologies, Living Harmonies, Renaissance & Early Baroque Vocal Works, and In the (Christmas) Mood! Christmas Choral Music. His recent translation of the famous solfège workbook by Laszlo Dobszay, World of Sound, partly funded by the Vincent B. Coffin Grant from University of Hartford.

Gabor Viragh is currently an associate faculty member of The Kodály Center of America, is an elected board member of OAKE, an active trumpet performer, and appears on the album Classical Hits on the Musica Mundi label, and June Bisantz Evans's album Let's Fall In Love.

Studies at The Liszt Academy of Music Teacher Training Institute, The Bela Bartok Conservatory of Music in Budapest, Berklee College of Music, and The Academie Musicala Ottorino Respighi Festival of Assisi, Italy. Also faculty of The Hartt School of the University of Hartford.

2010-05-25


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