Audiovisual

Texts for Gregory Vajda compositions
Capillaria, from a story by Frigyes Karinthy: performance at Live Arts Exchange, Los Angeles, CA, by Timur and the Dime Museum
      event link

Gulliver in Faremido, from a story by Frigyes Karinthy: released on CD by BMC Records; performed by UMZE Chamber Orchestra in Pécs, Hungary; premiered by Third Angle New Music Ensemble at Reed College, Portland, OR        CD Information


The Wild Swans
- wrote and translated poems and lyrics for movie

Kistehén/Little Cow
- English lyrics for the group's albums Picsába az űrhajókkal (EMI Music Hungary), A Man in a Tree (Yonas Media) and I’m in Love with Every Lady (Eastblok Music) 
      video for "Time Takes Patience"
        band's MySpace page

 

 Vilmos Gryllus
- English lyrics for children's songs
- included on Maszkabál cartoon DVD



Loui
- English lyrics for album Solid Solo Songs, released by Brooks Kiadó, Hungary 
        buy
        video for "Hold On"

The Misanthrope
- a succinct, rhyming, modern English version of Molière’s play
- used as surtitles for a production at ICA theater, London

As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams
- performed voiceovers for composition by Péter Eötvös released by BMC Records, Hungary
- record was one of three finalists in contemporary music category, MIDEM Classical Awards 2010
        buy

The Animals
- among several texts made into short films by students at Chichester University, UK
- shown at a cinema in Chichester, and on the BBC Big Screen in Portsmouth’s Guildhall Square
        link to films

Baltazár Theater
- translated poetry and lyrics to make surtitles for two productions by this theater company, Hungary

 The Look of Love
- provided a poem used in this stage show by St. Augustine Community Chorus, St. Augustine, FL

A Café in the Sky
- wrote and perfomed text for one scene in movie
- premiere at Uránia cinema, Budapest, hosted by New Zealand's then prime minister Helen Clark

Rom-mánia
- translated the rhyming narrative, for the film's international screening at the 35th Hungarian Film Week

Express FM
- short piece recited by presenter on this UK radio station
        listen online (browse for "Nov 2010")

Radio Romania International
- editor and presenter on the English service


Other credits:

Danish national radio (Denmark), Tilos Radio (Hungary), Gazdasági Rádió (Hungary), Radio Café (Hungary), Budacast (Hungary)




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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