Piano: Classical, Jazz, Pop, Rock



Rudolph Nemeth

  Rudolph Nemeth


Rudolph Nemeth is a native of Slovakia, where his fondness for American jazz and pop music was discouraged by the communist regime. Rudolph and his family braved some tough times to make their home in the United States in order to enjoy the freedom of musical expression. He holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Music, Music History, languages, Performance, and Technical Production of Music. In the beginning of his career Rudolph performed, arranged, and composed music for theater, radio, TV, and film. Over the years, he has recorded numerous pop songs and instrumental compositions, and he has broadcasted nationwide on radio and television. He has arranged and recorded over 50 TV shows with rearranged folk music to pop styles for various vocalists, and he has performed original songs at music festivals with various orchestras and bands around his native country, as well as in Norway and Germany. He also has won numerous awards at international music festivals.

Upon arrival in the United States, Rudolph performed in several concerts in a father and son piano duo with his son Rudy. Together they recorded music for A&E and HGTV. He currently composes, arranges, produces, and also performs for different occasions. He is adjunct professor of Piano and Music Appreciation at Roane State Community College, he teaches piano with Music Arts and privately, and has been the organist at Robertsville Baptist Church for many years. He has released several albums of his own music such as “Citizen of the World,” “Romantic Christmas,” “Favorites of Robertsville Baptist Church”, and “The Castle.”

Rudolph also enjoys working with other artists to produce their musical projects. Recently, he joins his musicality with two of his students, Wade Darnell – banjo, Travis Witherington – double bass and him on the piano. They created a crossover band called Arte Musica, and recorded their first album. The concerts of Arte Musica around the area are energetic, vibrant performances, and they are very successful.

You can find info about the band on www.artemusicaband.com



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