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Éva Nyakas

Éva Nyakas is an opera singer and teacher of the lyrical art and music theory of Hungarian origin. She graduated from the Conservatory Franz Liszt of Debrecen and the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. She started her teaching career at the Ixelles Music Academy in 1994, where she has been teaching children and adults of different nationalities, backgrounds and ages ever since. She had also been a teaching assistant at the Royal Conservatory in Brussels for 9 years and gave classes at the Music Academies of Jette and Kraainem.
 
Her passion for music brought her to arcFAM Association in 2010 where she performed with her son Tibor Villmer at the Château St. Anne during the annual charity ball. She also took part in the play "The Golden Tulip" and sang for participating children. She started teaching at the Association in July 2020, where she introduced little aspiring artists of 6-7 years of age to the mysteries of singing and music.

She considers it important to pass her knowledge on to the future generation, as in the words of Zoltán Kodály, "Music belongs to everyone!". This is the core of her teaching philosophy. She also considers that music education is an essential part of the balanced development of a child and also helps adults become more rounded and confident. She advocates that the purpose of music is to get to know our inner world better.
 
 
 
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