Music Education Webinar: Dr. László Norbert Nemes
The Department of Music welcomes music educator Dr. László Norbert Nemes for an interactive webinar “A Multi-Sensory Approach to the Development of General Musical Skills”.
The Adelphi University Music Education Webinar Series offers music educators exciting opportunities to engage with renowned experts in the field while exploring current topics in music education. All sessions will consist of informative presentations and moderated Q&A sessions.
The workshop seeks to answer how it is possible to help young people to receive stimulating impulses along their musical discoveries during their formative years that assist them embrace the values of musical art both emotionally and intellectually. Viewers of this workshop will be able to gather a multitude of teaching ideas that contribute to the creation of activity-centered forms of music teaching and music learning, through singing, active music listening and rhythmic movement.
Dr. László Norbert Nemes is currently professor at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest and director of the International Kodály Institute of the Liszt Academy. His main areas of expertise are the theory and the practice of the Kodály Concept, musician- ship training according to the Kodály Concept, choral conducting and choral music education. Besides teaching he maintains an active career as a choral conductor. Since September 2014 he has been artistic director of the New Liszt Ferenc Chamber Choir, the artist-in-residence choral ensemble of the Liszt Academy. In 2018 he founded the National Youth Choir of Hungary. László Nemes has conducted, taught, held workshops, master classes and seminars all across Europe, in Australia, Brazil, Canada, the People’s Republic of China, Indonesia, Japan, the Korean Republic, Malaysia, The Philippines, Republic of China/Taiwan, Singapore and the United States of America several times. He is guest professor at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, China. In recognition of his artistic activities he received the Bartók-Pásztory Award in 2005. In March 2017 he was decorated with the Golden Cross of the Hungarian Cross of Merit.
Register for the entire series of workshops by clicking here.
Additional Webinars in this series:
Eric Whitacre – Saturday, March 20 – 1:00 p.m. EST
Dr. Latasha Thomas-Durrell – Saturday, April 10 – 11:00 a.m. EST
Dr. Nasim Niknafs – Saturday, April 17 – 11:00 a.m. EST
Franklin Willis – Saturday, May 1 – 11:00 a.m. EST