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Zvonimir Nagy is a music composer, performer, and scholar. His creative and research work extends into interdisciplinary contexts and perspectives on music and embodiment, forging connections between music, psychology, and philosophy. He resides in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he is an Associate Professor of Music at Duquesne University. He is also an active organist, pianist, and conductor, with interests in contemporary music, spirituality, and improvisation.

Recent Engagements

New CD Release with Albany Records

Liquescence: Music by Zvonimir Nagy Albany Records - CD Troy 1699 Buy Now from Amazon.com or direct from Albany Records. Tracklist: Kaleidoscope I (2014) Elisa Järvi, piano Andrea Kiefer, accordion James [...]

Paluse Grant Award Recipient

As a recipient of the Duquesne University's Paluse Faculty Research Grant, I will compose a new multi-media musical composition based on the writing and drawings from Thomas Merton’s book, Dialogues of Silence. A writer, theologian, [...]

Awarded Recording Grant

I am happy to announce that I am a recipient of the 2017 Investing in Professional Artists offered in partnership by The Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments. The grant will be used to [...]

Embodiment of Musical Creativity: The Cognitive and Performative Causality of Musical Composition

A Routledge (Ashgate Book), SEMPRE Studies in The Psychology of Music, publication. Now available in paperback. Purchase from Amazon.com

Liquescence: Music by Zvonimir Nagy

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Vestiges: Works for Solo Piano



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