Anna Mária Bólya PhD doctoral researcher in ethnography and cultural anthropology, music theory teacher, dance history teacher. Formerly founder and leader of an art school, choir leader, singing and music teacher and subject developer. Her main area of research is sacredness and dance, as well as the relationship between movement symbolism, dance and Christian culture. Currently in her own self-organized projects, she conducts a multidisciplinary approach to the beginnings of Hungarian ballet and Hungarian stage folk dance history. She records a monographic writing on the Macedonian ritual dance tradition. She participated in the translation of the Milloss Aurél monograph. She is the leader of the Arts 5.0 Group. She teaches courses at Hungarian universities (MTE, DE) and other individual courses in music literacy, dance science, ethnographic and language. She is the theme publisher of the PTE Philosophical DI. In addition she gives guest lectures at foreign universities. She is the initiator of the following cooperative projects: dance research in an art theory approach with cultural historian Ákos Windhager, dance history curriculum development with dance historian Zsuzsa Kővágó, development of dance history, music education curriculum and science promotion material for young adult generations with Dani Erzsébet reading researcher, along with Ágnes Györffy psychology researcher and Attila Gilányi mathematician in an international collaboration. She is the founding Editor-in-Chief of Macedonian Scientific and Cultural Publications with Elek Bartha professor of religious anthropology. She participates in the propagation of the Macedonian culture in Hungary. Furthermore she is the founder of the Ohrid Macedonian Folk Ensemble.