Libor Dudas, harpsichord and organ, A native of Croatia, Libor Dudas began his piano studies at the age of 8. His professional career began at 14 when he gave his first organ recital in his hometown of Osijek. This was soon followed by performances in major cities of the former Yugoslavia and East Germany. A scholarship took him to the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna, Austria, to study organ and liturgical music. While in Austria he performed in Vienna, Innsbruck, and extensively throughout Bavaria and Italy. Upon receiving his Diploma with Distinction, Dudas moved to the United States to further his studies at the University of Notre Dame, where he received his Master’s in Music. He went on to receive a Doctorate of Musical Arts in organ performance at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. As a harpsichordist, fortepianist and organist, Dr. Dudas has given numerous concerts throughout North America and Europe. Recent recitals on the fortepiano have included programs of Mozart and Beethoven sonatas and variations. He has presented a series of master classes in historical performance practice at the Music Academy in Osijek, Croatia. Most recently Dr. Dudas has performed recitals on harpsichord and organ in Austria, Croatia, Germany and Hungary.