Dr. Magda Nádor

Dr. Nádor MagdaBirth: 1955, Dorog

Academic degree, university degree: dr.habil., DLA, associate professor

Educated subject: vocals

In her childhood she studied violin for 9 years.
1975-81: Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music – teacher Edit Fábry
1986-88: Berlin, KS. – Hanne-Lore Kuhse
Since 2000, she has been learning several studies in Mannheim, Dr. Charlotte Hagena, a terlo-zoologist working group.
She has been researching for 20 years at the Phoniatrics Department of the Schiller Clinic in Jena and with German, Austrian and Dutch singing experts.
2002: habilitation
2004: Acquire DLA degree. Title of dissertation: We do not breathe equally!

Educational activities:
She has taught at the Academy of Music of the Conservatory of Music in her studies in music academy.
Since 1999 she has been involved in sound training, functional training and sound therapy.
Since 1999 she has been a lecturer at the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music

Guest Teacher Training, Master Classes:
She taught at the Semmering Summer Masterclub for many years.
She has been teaching since 2003 at the International Summer Course in Balassagyarmat.
The Circle of Friends of Hungarian Culture (whose founding member) also lectured at conferences at lower, middle and high school lectures.
She has taught a special method based on the basis of terlusologology (terlusollogie) for 20 years. Terlosology works with different types of exercises taking into account the two types of breathing and the body’s cold and warm zones. In this context, she regularly takes courses in the field of phonotherapy, organized nationwide (National Pedagogical Institute, Debrecen, Szeged, Nyíregyháza, Esztergom, etc.) and the National Institute of Oncology.

Most important roles:
She mainly played dramatic co-productions with soprano roles.
Constanze (Mozart: Escape from the Sergio)
The Queen of the Night (Mozart: The Magic Flute)
Fiordiligi (Mozart: So fan all)
Violet (Verdi: Traviata)
Luise Miller (Verdi)
Oscar (Verdi: Álarcosbál)
Musetta, Mimi (Puccini: Bohemian Life)
Lucia of Lammermoor (Donizetti: Lucia of Lammermoor)
Norina (Donizetti: Don Pasquale)
Margit (Berlioz: Abolishing Faust)
Teti (Jomelli: Fetonte)
Frau Fluth (Windsor Wonder Woman)
Eurydice (Gluck: Orfeo and Eurydice)
Adele, Rosalinde (Strauss: Bat)
As a concert singer she mainly translated Bach and Mozart’s works on her soprano sound.

Operations membership:
1981-82: Private ensemble of the Opera House
1982-93: Member of Berlin Komische Oper
1982-90: She has been a permanent guest at the Dresden, Berlin, Vienna, Munich Staatsoper, Milan, Scala, London, Stuttgart, Amsterdam, Paris, Rome and Vatican City, Bonn,
1995-99: Member of the Felsenstein Society in Dessau

The Hungarian Radio and Berliner Rundfunk made a number of recordings.
Numerous recordings have captured Mozart’s roles.

Main publications:
2000: Power lies in rest … – private publishing
2004: We do not breathe equally (DLA dissertation)

Awards, honors:
1981: International Singing Competition, Belgium – Grand Prize of the International Jury
1983: Critics of German Critics
1984: Kammersängerin – Berlin