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Judit Máté is a Hungarian-born organist, church musician and choral conductor living in Ireland. She started learning to play the organ at the age of fourteen from local organist, Edit Sabján. Judit gained her BMus degree in Music Education and Church Music in 2006 in Hungary and she completed her Master’s Degree in Organ Performance in 2016 at TU Conservatoire, Dublin. Her organ tutors in Ireland have been Simon Harden, Siobhan Kilkelly, Colm Carey and David Adams. In 2011 Judit founded the St Jude’s Chamber Orchestra and Concert Choir. This project-based amateur group has performed works by Hungarian composers as well as works by Vivaldi, Pergolesi, Mozart and Rheinberger. Since 2022 Judit is the conductor of the Trim-based Credo Vocal Ensemble. Judit is the organist of St Michael’s Church, Dún Laoghaire and Churchof the Divine Word, Marley Grange. As a recital organist Judit has played in Hungary, Ireland and France.

Gyula Nagy is a Hungarian baritone based in Ireland. He trained at the Royal Irish Academy of Music with teacher Philip O’Reilly and at the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. Recent operatic engagements include Escamillo in Carmen for Opera North, the title role in Rigoletto at the Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid, Sharpless in Mma Butterfly for ROH Covent Garden, Lescaut in Puccini’s Manon Lescaut for Dorset Opera Festival, the title role of Rossini’s Guillaume Tell for Irish National Opera, Urok in Paderewski’s Manru for Opéra National de Lorraine and Valentin in Faust for Irish National Opera. As a concert performer, Gyula has worked with the Irish Baroque Orchestra, RTÉ Concert Orchestra, RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and with many Irish and UK ensembles. He often performs with organist Judit Máté, their programmes have included pieces by Bach, Stanford, Esterhazy, Liszt, Kodály, Mendelssohn.

Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924)


Te Deum laudamus (Fantasia), op. 116 no. 1


Six Bible Songs, op. 113 no. 1-3

A Song of Freedom: "When the Lord turned again" (Psalm 116)

A Song of Trust: "I will lift mine eyes" (Psalm 124)

A Song of Hope: "Out of the deep" (Psalm 130)


Allegro (on a theme of Orlando Gibbons), op. 105 no. 2


Six Bible Songs, no. 4-5

A Song of Peace: "And there shall come a rod" (Isaiah 11)

A Song of Battle: "If the Lord Himself" (Psalm 124)


At Eventide, Op. 182 No.6


Six Bible Songs, no. 6

A Song of Wisdom: "I came forth" (Ecclesiasticus 24)


Fantasia upon the hymn tune ‘Intercessor’, Op. 187