Concert in the Music Academy
Monday, 19 October 2020
Founded in 1875, the Liszt Academy is the only institution bearing the name of Ferenc Liszt in which the great composer himself had an active role in establishing. The university, which has been functioning for more than 140 years, is the bastion of music teaching and musicology in Hungary. The Grand Hall boasting unparalleled acoustics is a legendary concert venue in the Art Nouveau conservatory (1907) on Liszt Ferenc Square. Since its reconstruction in 2013, the institution has handled independent professional concert organizing activities and earned itself a reputation globally both as a university and a concert centre.
In 2016, the Liszt Academy won the European Heritage Label and Europa Nostra for its outstanding role on the European music scene, for its preservation of European traditions, its creativity and openness worthy of the spirit of Ferenc Liszt, and for its dynamism springing from the duality of university and concert centre activities. The Liszt Academy is an exemplary cultural institution of the highest standard in Budapest. Its foundation coincided with the birth of this metropolis on the Danube, it is located in the heart of the city and its intellectual-artistic influence is truly universal.
Participation in the programme is included in the registration fee.
Farewell Reception at the Music Academy
Monday, 19 October 2020
After an amazing performance we invite you to an excellent dinner. This event will be held in the beautiful building of the Music Academy. During the evening our guests will be served an outstanding menu with fine dishes and excellent wines. Participation in the programme is included in the registration fee.
Address: 1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc Square 8.
Gala Dinner at the Museum of Fine Arts
Tuesday, 20 October 2020
Hereby we invite you for a unique dinner on the first evening of the Conference. The Museum of Fine Arts, opened in 1906, is reputed to be among Europe’s most prominent museums. Its multi-faceted collections and their historical continuity coupled with the large number of masterpieces undoubtedly earn it a prestigious place among public collections. The Museum of Fine Arts displays the treasures of international and Hungarian art spanning from ancient times to the end of the eighteenth century, while its large-scale temporary exhibitions attract hundreds of thousands of visitors.
During the dinner an outstanding menu will be served with excellent plates and drinks. Participation in the programme is included in the registration fee. Bus transportation to the dinner and back to the Venue is provided by the organisers.