The two Hungarians not only played music, they were themselves the music – in every nerve – down to their fingertips.

Adelheid von Schorn on Reményi and Liszt

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Students and Teachers of the Liszt Academy Visited Seoul

Students and Teachers of the Liszt Academy Visited Seoul

19 December 2019

On the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of diplomatic relations between South Korea and Hungary, several students and teachers from the Liszt Academy visited universities in Seoul, where the students and the teachers performed concerts and the teachers taught master courses as well.

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Four students of the Liszt Academy performed in Warsaw

Four students of the Liszt Academy performed in Warsaw

19 December 2019

Students of the Liszt Academy attended the European Music Academy Festival in Warsaw between 9 and 11 November. Róbert Erdős, Ádám Király, Sebestyén Pellet and Dominika Ács represented the university at the prestigious event.

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Kodály, Ligeti, Dohnányi and Lajtha in 1956

Kodály, Ligeti, Dohnányi and Lajtha in 1956

22 November 2019

Analyses of the experiences of our significant composers in 1956 and their works associated with the revolution have been published as part of the ‘1956 and Music: History, Events, and Consequences’ volume, which was presented to the public on October 22 in the Solti Hall of the Academy of Music.

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Medieval codex and its analysis published Academy of Music teacher

Medieval codex and its analysis published Academy of Music teacher

22 November 2019

For the first time, the 15th-century Hungarian medieval Codex, Futaki Graduale, and its detailed analysis has been published by the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music and the Topkapi Museum of Istanbul. The book, which contains important conclusions, was written by Andrea Kovács, professor at the Department of Church Music.

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