Nagy’s focus is on performance studies and cognitive perspectives of musical creativity; as a concert organist, pianist, and chamber musician, Nagy specializes in the performance of contemporary music. He is the organist at St. Joseph Cathedral in Wheeling, WV.
Nagy regularly performs as a soloist and chamber musician. He is a prizewinner in the Franck/Messiaen International Organ Competition in Haarlem, NL, and the recipient of the Seattle Symphony Composition Prize, the Duquesne University Presidential Award, and the Croatian Music Institute Award.
Eternal Peace (2014) for unaccompanied mixed choir (SATB) 5 [...]
As a part of the 3rd Annual Musicianship Creates concert at Duquesne University's Mary Pappert [...]
My study on cognitive aspects of composition and performance Ligeti's Piano Etude no 15, White [...]
Zvonimir Nagy, keyboards (Borden). Premiere performance of Epigram (Liquescence) (2014) for four cellos. Duquesne University, Pappert Center [...]