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Zsuzsa Juhász


Zsuzsa Juhász musicologist was born in 1985 in Pécs, Hungary. She studied solfeggio, music theory and choir conducting at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Pécs, then at the Liszt Ferenc University of Music, majoring in musicology, and also pursued doctoral studies. She is currently teaching music history at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Pécs, and is a lecturer at the Adventist Theological College. Her main research interests are early Baroque German choral literature, church music, 20th century Hungarian music, especially the works of Zoltán Kodály and Ferenc Farkas. She is the conductor of the New Advent Choir Society. As a choir conductor she is mostly concerned with the performance of Renaissance and early Baroque literature, as well as 20th century and contemporary works. She has written musical articles and programs for Kontakt Rádió and Országút magazine, among others. Among her church music activities, she is involved in editing a new hymnal for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Hungary.