14. August 2017
The image spot of the Bartók World Competition & Festival to be held this fall for the first time has been recognised with one of the most prestigious international communication design prizes....
03. August 2017
The Kalotaszeg Lead Fiddler Competition was organised for the first time 27-30 July within the framework of the Méra World Music Festival. Ádám B. Kiss, a former student of the Liszt Academy, came...
31. July 2017
In the category ’Instrumentalist’, the trumpeter Gábor Boldoczki, member of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music academic staff was acknowledged with the highly prestigious award for his label...
28. July 2017
29. June 2017
On 23 June, the Dohnányi’s villa and garden – now privately owned- opened its gates to host the composer’s 140th birthday celebration. The invitees attended a wreathing ceremony, an...
26. June 2017
The jury selected the grand prize winning duet from the performances of five male and five female singers, deeming the Liszt Academy’s own Andrea Jőrös and Levente Juhász’s production best.
26. June 2017
Scævola, the work of the young composition graduate of the Liszt Academy, Szabolcs Mátyássy - winner of the opera composition contest of the 2016 Bartók Plus Opera Festival - was performed by...
31. May 2017
The image of the Bartók World Competition and Festival has been awarded the Silver Blade prize in the category Design Solutions/Image and Logo Design issued by the Association of Communication...
26. May 2017
The joint student production of the Hanns Eisler Hochschule für Musik and the Liszt Academy was held May 9-14, 2017.
26. May 2017
31 May is the application deadline for the instrumental and composition masterclasses of the Kurtág-Ligeti Workshop - hosted at the Liszt Academy between 17 and 21 July. The courses of the 5-day...
16. May 2017
Concerts by world stars and young talents with special discounts on season tickets until 30 June
14. May 2017
It is with profound sorrow that we announce the death of László Vikár at the age of eighty-eight, the Széchenyi Award-winning ethnomusicologist and former professor of the Liszt Academy.
Zoltán Fejérvári, teacher of the Chamber Music Department has won first prize at the 2017 Montreal International Musical Competition
12. May 2017
The international jury announced the $80,000 first prize to the pionist, Zoltán Fejérvári on 10th May, at the 2017 Montreal International Musical Competition.
06. May 2017
Mr Zoltán Balog, Minister of Human Resources conferred the Pro Cultura Hungarica Award on the Japanese pianist, Satoko Tanimoto.
05. May 2017
It is with profound sorrow that we announce the death of Péter Komlós, violinist, former professor of the Liszt Academy and founding first violinist of the Bartók String Quartet.
26. April 2017