Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava
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Vysoká škola múzických umení v Bratislave (VŠMU)
The Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (Slovak: Vysoká škola múzických umení v Bratislave, abbr. VŠMU) is a university founded on June 9, 1949.
The university consists of three faculties:
- Theatre Faculty (Acting, Directing, Dramaturgy, Stage and Costume Design, Puppetry, Theatre Theory, Theatre Management)
- Faculty of Film and Television (Directing, Documentary, Dramaturgy and Scriptwriting, Photography and Picture Composition, Animation, Editing, Sound Design, Production, Management and Business Studies, Film and TV Theory)
- Faculty of Music and Dance (Composition, Orchestra Conducting, Theory of Music, Voice, Opera Directing, Instrumental Playing (16 majors), Dance (6 majors))
- Adriana Kučerová, soprano
- Marek Maďarič, Slovak Minister of Culture
- Alexander Moyzes, composer
- Ján Cikker, composer
- Jolana Fogašová, soprano
- Ľudovít Rajter, composer
- Frico Kafenda, composer
- Ladislav Slovák, conductor
- Ivan Hrušovský, composer
- Pavol Gábor, tenor
- Štefan Hoza, tenor
- Bohdan Warchal, violinist
- Miroslav Dvorský, tenor
- Zuzana Piussi aka Susan Piussi, filmmaker
- Juraj Nvota, theatre and film director
- Martin Šulík, film director
- Emília Vášáryová, actress
- Tatiana Pauhofová, actress
- Martin Kollar, photographer
- Sylvia Čápová-Vizváry, pianist
- Kristína Mravcová, actress
- Lucia Popp, soprano
- Edita Gruberová, soprano
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- "Marek Madaric". Government of Slovakia. Retrieved 20 December 2012.
- "Authors 2010: Martin Kollar: Nothing Special", Getxophoto.
- Jancik, Filip (2013). "Curriculum Vitae". Sylvia Čápová - Vizváry. Retrieved 22 October 2017.
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