Playing (Less) Hurt, Injury Prevention Seminars, Lectures and Private Consultations, Classes and Consultations
Nationally recognized authority and pioneer in the area of the medical problems of performing artists, Horvath founded the Playing (Less) Hurt Injury Prevention Conferences. She has published articles in professional journals, she has appeared on radio and television programs, and she is in demand for her injury prevention seminars. Ms Horvath has presented seminars at several national conferences, colleges, conservatories, universities and for symphony orchestras including The Utah Symphony, The San Francisco Symphony, The San Francisco Opera, The Boston Symphony, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra the International Conference of Symphony and Opera Musicians (ICSOM) and the New World Symphony (Miami).
Her book has been used as a textbook at numerous colleges and Ms. Horvath has addressed college classes at McNally Smith College of Music, Winona State University, and Boston Conservatory, the Longy School of Music and Concordia University. She has presented at festivals including at Tanglewood and the Bowdoin International Music Festival and at hospitals including the Artists Health Centre at Toronto's Western Hospital.
In May of 2003 the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra set a precedent as the first major American orchestra to host her seminars as a mandatory administrative service for musicians using rehearsal time for the presentation. She is also available for master classes and for private consultations. For more information regarding the content, lengths and fees of her presentations click here (Coming Soon)