Person    | Female  Born 23/3/1923  Died 27/11/2009

Professor Cecília Vajda

Categories: Music / songs

Countries: Hungary

Britain's leading exponent of Kodaly's principles of musicianship training, founder of the British Kodaly Academy,

Born in Budapest, Vajda studied with Kodály. From the Picture source: "... came to the United Kingdom in 1969 at the request of Yehudi Menuhin and on the recommendation of Zoltán Kodály to introduce Kodály's Principles of Musicianship Training to the UK."

Died in London. The Independent obit.

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