Young Musicians’ Summer Academy 2023

The Young Musicians’ Summer Academy has been organized for the past 20 years by the University of Debrecen Faculty of Music (Hungary). In this year we invite talented musicians, students of music academies, junior and senior teachers working in musical higher education from all over the world between 12-24 July. The location of the Academy is the campus of Debrecen University, which is situated in Nagyerdő (Great Forest), a touristic sight of Debrecen. At the end of the Academy we will provide certificates of the completed courses and obtained credits.

Besides a number of individual mastercourses the talented young musicians can take part in an orchestral mastercourse with the leadership of Tamás Vásáry pianist and conductor, honorary citizen of Debrecen, awarded Kossuth Prize; assistant conductors are Zoltán Bolyky and Andrea Daru. Following the rehearsal period the orchestra will perform public concerts. The final concert of the Kodály Zoltán World Youth Orchestra is the closing event of the Young Musicians’ Summer Academy, which will be streamed, video recorded and photographed by the University of Debrecen.

The Kodály Zoltán World Youth Orchestra will give a concert on 22 July in Debrecen, on 23 July in Bratislava and on 24 July in Budapest.

The program:
Richard Wagner: Rienzi Overture

     Conductor: Zoltán Bolyky
Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D major

    Conductor: Tamás Vásáry

You can find more details at the following links:

You are also welcome to forward this message to any appropriate institution, colleagues and students, whose contributions would further promote the internationality of all the various mastercourses represented in our Academy.

Thank you for your time, and we look forward to your contribution.

Judit Váradi PhD
artistic director
associate professor
artistic manager


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