Kinga Cserjési

Kinga Cserjési is the associate artistic director of the Libero Canto School of Singing and has been teaching singing in Budapest and New York City since 1999.  Kinga has a master’s degree in choir conducting and in the Kodály Method from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music in Budapest, and a postgraduate degree in Early Vocal Music from the Brabants Conservatory in the Netherlands.  Kinga studied singing with Heent Prins and Edvin Szamosi.  From 2013 – 2015, she joined Deborah Carmichael as a teacher at the Il Cuore Canta workshops in Upstate New York.  Kinga has sung internationally both as a soloist and as a member of various choruses and vocal ensembles, including Gächinger Kantorei with conductor Helmuth Rilling; Ensemble Organum with Marcel Pérès; Ensemble Kantika with Kristin Hoefener; Pacific Music Festival with Nicholas McGegan; L.E.O. (Last Enjoyable Opera Theater) with director Stefan Fleischhacker.  Kinga has been a member of the Constellation Chor (artistic director Marisa Michelson) which premiered Ashley Fure’s work at Lincoln Center in 2018.  She sang with The River Voices (founder Nikolett Pankovits) at Carnegie Hall in 2019.  Kinga is one of the founding members of the Hungarian vocal ensemble, Bartók’s Roses and the ensemble Les Vagabondes.  In 2013, together with Deborah Carmichael, she founded the duo, La Compagnia Amarilli.