Technique should create itself from spirit not from mechanics.

Franz Liszt to Lina Raman

Asztalos, Kata Kodály Institute Early Childhood Music Education

Balogh, Máté Kodály Institute Analysis, Contemporary Music, Transposing and Score Reading

Barabás, Edina Kodály Institute Methodology, Music Theory, Solfège, Teaching Practice

Czinege, Ádám Kodály Institute Music History

Darázs, Renáta Kodály Institute Chamber Singing, Voice Production Techniques

de la Ossa, Sergio Kodály Institute Folk Music

Erdei, Péter Kodály Institute Chamber Singing, Choir, Conducting Technique (choir)

Falvai, Anna Kodály Institute Chamber Music, Piano

Farkasházi, Dávid Kodály Institute Assistant in Methodology, Choral Conducting

Folini, Yasmin Kodály Institute Continuo, Music Theory, Solfège, Transposing and Score Reading

Fűri, Anna Kodály Institute Choir, Music Theory, Solfège, Voice Production Techniques

Gyombolai, Bálint Kodály Institute Conducting, Methodology, Musical Acoustics

Hajdu, Roland Kodály Institute Chamber Music, Piano, Score Reading

Igó, Lenke Kodály Institute Choral Conducting, Music Pedagogy Subjects

Dr. Keresztes, Nóra Kodály Institute Choral Conducting, Music Theory, Solfège

Kiss, Katalin Kodály Institute Choral Conducting, Music Theory, Solfège

Dr. Klézli, János Kodály Institute Voice Pedagogy, Voice Production Techniques

Kontra, Zsuzsanna Kodály Institute Music Theory, Musicology Subjects

Körtvési, Katalin Kodály Institute Choral Conducting, Continuo, Music Theory, Pedagogical Theories of Klára Kokas, Solfège

Madarász, Éva Kodály Institute Piano, Piano Accompaniment

Megyeri, Krisztina Kodály Institute Music History

Merrick, Paul Kodály Institute European and Hungarian Music History

Mizsei, Zoltán Kodály Institute Choral Conducting, Church Music Subjects, Music History

Dr. Nemes, László Norbert Kodály Institute Choral Conducting, Music Pedagogy, Music Theory, Solfège

Novák, Anikó Kodály Institute Creative Piano Pedagogy (ZeneZen), Piano, Piano Pedagogy

Polyák, Zsuzsanna Kodály Institute Kodály's Teaching Philosophy

Rajk, Judit Kodály Institute Classical Singing, Early Baroque Liturgical Songs, Voice Production Techniques

Rozmán, Lajos Kodály Institute Chamber Music, Contemporary Music Practice

Salamon, Soma Kodály Institute Folk Accordion as Main Subject, Folk Music, Folk Recorder as Main Subject, Music of Neighbouring and Related Ethnic Groups, Repertoire Studies

Sipos, Soma Mihály Kodály Institute Kodály's Work, Music History

Szabó, Barna Kodály Institute Analysis, Composition, Music Theory, Orchestration, Solfège, Transposing and Score Reading

Szabó, Orsolya Kodály Institute Music is Your Body, Piano

Székely, Balázs Kodály Institute Composition, Piano Accompaniment, Score Reading

Szilvay, Csaba Kodály Institute Cello, Chamber Music, Colourstrings Methodology

Szirányi, Borbála Kodály Institute Primary School Music Teaching Methodology

Tóth, Árpád Kodály Institute Chamber Singing, Choir Repertoire, Choral Conducting, Methodology, School Music Teaching Methodology on Secondary Level, Solfège

Váradi, Zita Kodály Institute Voice Production Techniques

Vikárius, László Kodály Institute Béla Bartók's Oeuvre, Music History Research as Main Subject, PhD Seminar, Urtext