Andrea Csereklyei

Andrea Csereklyei

Conducting Department

Voice Production Techniques

Academic degree, university position: DLA

Born: Kecskemét

2015-2018: Doctoral School – Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest
2006-2008 University of Debrecen, Faculty of Music – singing teacher
1996-2000 Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music Teachers' Training College, Budapest – singing teacher
1990-1996 Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest – school singing and music theory teaching

Judit Sándor, Margit Kaposy, Annamária Pappné dr Schmiedt, Katalin Schultz, Éva Raicsné Szerdahelyi

Master courses:
Anna Reynolds, Walter C. Moore, Adrienne Csengery, György Kurtág, Júlia Hamari

2010 – J. S. Kusser: Two Serenatas for the Dublin (Hungaroton)
2009 – Laurent Petigirard: Guru (Naxos)
2007 – Levente Gyöngyösi: Cantici Fratris Sole (Hungaroton)
2004 – F. Tunder: Sacred Music (Hungaroton)
2004 – G. Carissimi: Cantatas (Hungaroton)
2004 – M-A. Charpentier: Messe des Morts (Hungaroton)
1999 – J. S. Bach: Magnificat in E flat major
1999 – M-A. Charpentier: Messe pour Mr Mauroy (Hungaroton)

Teaching activities (invited lecturer, master classes):
2015- : Singing teacher – University of Miskolc, Bartók Béla Music Institute
2014- : Voice Production Techniques – Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Conducting Department
2013 Solo singing course – Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing (China)
2012 Jury member – International Singing Competition, Žilina (Slovakia)
2011 International singing course – Petrovice (Czech Republic)
2009- Singing teacher – Kodály Zoltán Hungarian Choir School
2007-2008 Solo singing – University of Debrecen, Faculty of Music
2008-2010 Singing teacher – Hermann László School of Music, and AMI

Major concerts:
Orfeo Orchestra and Purcell Choir
Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra
Dohnányi Orchestra
Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra
Budapest Strings Chamber Orchestra
Munich Philharmonics
Budapest Spring Festival
Haydn at Eszterháza, Eszterházy Festival (Eisenstadt)
International Opera Festival of Miskolc
Festival of Zemplén
Mini Festival
Budapest Chamber Opera
Hungarian State Opera House
Hungarian Opera of Cluj-Napoca
Palace of Arts
Liszt Academy of Music
Iseum Open Air Plays of Szombathely
Beethoven Festival at Targu-Mures, Romania
Vienna, Salzburg, Moscow, Cluj-Napoca, Bucharest, Bratislava, Prague, Le Hague, Florence,
Munich, Stuttgart, London, Mexico, Beijing

Awards and honors:
2014-2015 Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Arts
2007 International Händel Singing Competition – special award
2000-2001 Annie Fischer Scholarship
1999 Artisjus Award
1999 International Johann Strauss Singing Competition (Vienna) – 3rd