Ştefan Angi (Angi István)

Ştefan Angi (Angi István) was born in 1933, in Ojdula, Covasna. He is member of the Union of Romanian Composers and Musicologists (UCMR). He has a PhD in Musicology, with the dissertation Music and Affection, held in Moscow, in 1965. He is currently professor at the “Gheorghe Dima” Academy of Music  and the “Babeş-Bolyai” University in Cluj-Napoca, as well as the “Partium” Christian University  in Oradea, where he teaches disciplines like Aesthetics, Music Aesthetics and Modern Theories of Music. He also teaches special courses for the Master and Doctoral level – Interartistic Dialogue, History of Ideas – History of Images.

His significant volumes are: Zene és esztétika (Music and Aesthetics), 1975; Az esztétikum zeneisége (The Musicality of Aesthetics), 2001; A zenei szépség modelljei (Models of Beauty in Music), 2003; Prelegeri de estetică muzicală I,II. (Lectures of Music Aesthetics I, II.), 2004; Értéktől jelentésig (From Value to Sense), 2004; Fotografii la minut din atelierele compozitorilor clujeni (Minute-photos in Workshops of Composers from Cluj), 2008. Stefan Angi is co-author of numerous study volumes. He publishes in music and general culture journals  from Romania and Hungary.