The building of the RCH Institute for Musicology will be closed between November 1, 2022 and March 31, 2023 due to technical reasons. The staff of the Institute can be reached by email. Thank you for your understanding!

 

This closure only concerns the Institute itself, the Museum of Music History is still open from 10:00 to 16:00 every day, except for Mondays.

Dalos Anna

Department: Archives for 20th–21st Century Hungarian Music
Degree, position: PhD, Senior Research Fellow, Head of the Archives
Tasks: History of Composition in 20th-Century Hungarian Music, Zoltán Kodály’s Oeuvre, History of Hungarian Musicology, Contemporary Music Connections, Researches in Musical Life
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Room: 127
Phone: +36 1 214 6770, Ext. 127

 

CV

 

2012–2017 Winner of the Momentum Program of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Establishment of the Archives and Research Group for 20th-21st Century Hungarian Music at the Institute of Musicology of the Research Centre for the Humanities of HAS)
Since 2012 Member of the Musicological Committee of the HAS
October 7-8, 2011 Organization of Analysis – Today, the 8th Conference of the Hungarian Musicological Society (with László Vikárius)
Since 2010 Member of the PhD Council of the Liszt Academy of Music
Since 2010 Member of the editorial board of the periodical Magyar Zene
Since 2010 Member of the British Association for Slavonic and Eastern European Studies, Study Group for Russian and Eastern European Music (REEM)
November 27, 2010 Organization of the conference Analysis – Today, an Interdisciplinary Symposium of the Hungarian Musicological Society (with László Vikárius)
2009-2012 Winner of the Bolyai Grant of the HAS
Since 2009 Visiting lecturer at the International Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music, Kecskemét (Zoltán Kodály’s Oeuvre, History of Hungarian Music in the 20th Century, Courses in English)
Since 2009 Lecturer at the Musicology Department of the Liszt Academy of Music (Zoltán Kodály’s Oeuvre, History of Hungarian Music in the 20th Century, Supervisor of Master’s Theses)
Since 2009 Member of the HAS Public Board
October 8-9, 2009 Organization of Folk Music and History of Music, the 7th Conference of the Hungarian Musicological Society (with László Vikárius)
October 3-4, 2008 Organization of the 6th Conference of the Hungarian Musicological Society in Honour of the 100th Anniversary of Dénes Bartha’s Birth (with László Vikárius)
2008-2012 Research Fellow in the project Hungarian Music Culture and Composition in the 20th Century of the OTKA (K73434, Leading Scholar: Tibor Tallián)
Since 2008 Lecturer at the DLA program of the Liszt Academy of Music (Leader of DLA Seminars, Supervisor of DLA and PhD Dissertations)
Since 2008 Member of the Board of Young Scholars of the HAS 
Since 2007 Member of the presidium of the Hungarian Musicological Society
2006 Youth Award of the HAS
October 14-15, 2006 Organization of a conference of the Hungarian Musicological Society in Honor to the 60 years-old Tibor Tallián (with Péter Halász)
2005–2009 OTKA Postdoctoral Scholarship, Fellow Researcher of the HAS Institute for Musicology (topic: The Years of Seeking Ways in Hungarian Music Composition, 1956-1972, PD 63996)
2005 PhD degree, title of dissertation: Form, Harmony, Counterpoint: Sketches to the Poetics of Zoltán Kodály. (Supervisors: László Somfai, Tibor Tallián)
2002–2005 Young Researcher of the HAS Institute for Musicology, researches in the history of music in Hungary (20th century, occasionally 18th century)
2002–2005 Research Fellow in the tender of NKF titled Zoltán Kodály and his Disciples: Music Composition, Folk Music, Pedagogy. The Role of Tradition and Bequeathing in the Oeuvres of Two Generations. (NKFP 5/0033/2002, leading scholar: Melinda Károlyi-Berlász)
2002–2005 Fellow Researcher in the tender of OTKA titled History of Music in Hungary series, volumes 18th and 20th Centuries. (K37266, leading scholar: Melinda Károlyi-Berlász)
2002 Young Leader Scholarship of the HAS-Sasakawa Foundation
2001 Zoltán Kodály Scholarship
November 23-24, 2001 Organization of a Conference of the Liszt Academy of Music in Honor to the 50th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Musicology Department (with Tibor Tallián)
2000–2002 Teaching at the Musicology Department of the Academy of Music as a student of the PhD Program (Pro-seminar in Early Music, Preparatory Course for students applying)
1999–2000 DAAD Scholarship at the Musicology Doctoral School of the Humboldt University, Berlin (with the guidance of Hermann Danuser), topic: The History of Composition Teaching (ten months)
1999 Research work in Vienna (Austria) in the Arnold Schoenberg Center as a scholarship winner of the Collegium Hungaricum, Wien (one month)
1999 Kodály Zoltán Scholarship
1998–2002 studying in the PhD program of the Liszt Academy of Music 
Since 1998 Research work in the Kodály Archives in Budapest
1998 Master’s Final Thesis: The Poetics of György Kósa (Supervisor: Tibor Tallián)
Since 1997 Member of the Hungarian Musicological Society
1997 Kodály Zoltán Ösztöndíj
1997–1998 Fellowship Granted by the Hungarian Republic
1996–1997 Fellowship Granted by the Hungarian Republic
Since 1996 Music critic for the periodicals Muzsika, Holmi and the broadcast Új Zenei Újság (New Music Magazine) of the Hungarian Radio
1995–2002 Contributor at the History of Contemporary Music (later History of Music in Hungary) Division of the HAS Institute for Musicology (researches in the History of Music in Hungary in the 20th Century)
1995 State Language Exam in German, intermediate-level, complex type
1994 State Language Exam in English, intermediate –level, complex type
1993–1998 Liszt Academy of Music, Musicology Department (György Kroó, László Somfai, Tibor Tallián, József Ujfalussy)
1992–1994 Contributor at the Folk Music Division of the HAS Institute for Musicology (Catalogue of European Folksongs)
1991–1997 Private voice lessons (Dina Patapovskaia)
1990 State Language Exam in Russian, intermediate-level, complex type 
1987–1992 Composition major at the Bartók Béla Conservatory (István Fekete-Győr)
1982–1987 Piano (Mrs. Kálmán Kovács) and Solfeggio (Margit Magyar) major at the Tóth Aladár State Music School of the 6th District of Budapest