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Mr. Géza Ludmány conductor

 
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Our conductor, Géza Ludmány, after the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy, obtained his teacher degree at the Lajos Kossuth University and than at the Institution of Adult Education he accomplished a higher course of choirmaster.
 
He has been playing the cello and singing in choirs since childhood, as a college student he was among the founders of the „Délibáb folk group, later on he led the “Sárréti” Folk Group.
Afterwards he became the conductor of the youth and mixed choirs of the town Püspökladány.
He’s been living in Kaposvár since 1985. At first he taught music and cello in the Ferenc Liszt Music School. Since 1986 hes been teaching music, chorus leading, folk music and chamber music as college associate professor. He has been a cellist of the Symphony Orchestra of Kaposvár and conductor of the Cantus Pannonicus Mixed Choir since 1986. He is the main organizer of the Contemporary Composers’s Festival that was started in 1998.
He was awarded 3rd place in 1990 for the International Conductor's Competition at Szombathely.
For his public activity he was rewarded with the „College Award”.
He assumed the leadership of the Béla Vikár Mixed Choir in 2000. With his professional  conduction the choir won the Concert Choir Cum Laude title in 2003
and in 2006 the Concert Choir Ars Magna title.
His outstanding achievement were acknowledged with a silver cross by the Hungarian Republic in 2007.
In 2010 he received the Artisjus Musical Award for his endeavers in teaching contemporary choir compositions.