Please allow me that, apart from my regrettable ignorance of the Hungarian language, I remain Magyar in my heart and soul from birth to the grave. As a consequence, I earnestly wish to further the progress of Hungarian music.

Liszt to Antal Augusz
The Relationship Between Liszt and his Hungarian Contemporaries in the Light of Hungarian Cultural History

18 October 2021, 10.00-17.20

Old Academy of Music, Chamber Hall

Liszt Anniversary Festival

The Relationship Between Liszt and his Hungarian Contemporaries in the Light of Hungarian Cultural History Presented by Liszt Academy

Conference in Hungarian

Conference held by the members of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music Liszt Ferenc Research Centre, and the Research Centre for the Humanities Institute for Musicology, Department for Hungarian Music History and Museum of Music History
 

10.00–10.10
Opening statement by Dr. Andrea Vigh president and Pál Richter, Director of the Institute for Musicology

 

10.10–12.30
Morning session

Chair: Péter Halász

10.10–11.25
Katalin Kim: Erkel and Liszt. Addenda to the international performances of Hunyadi László
Pál Horváth: Liszt’s visits at the National Theatre of Pest
Fanni Molnár: Rococo gallop

11.25–11.40
break

11.40–12.30
Lili Békéssy: “Vox populi”. Ferenc Liszt’s 1873 artistic jubilee
Rudolf Gusztin: Ferenc Liszt and the 1865 national choral festival in Pest

12.30–15.00
lunch

 

15.00–17.20
Afternoon session

Chair: Zsuzsanna Domokos

15.00–16.15
Krisztina Halász: The last portrait of a genius – The relationship of Liszt and Munkácsy
Zsófia Borz: Additions to Mór Than’s portrait of Liszt
Anna Peternák: Liszt in his study – Retouching in the age of Liszt

16.15–16.30
break

16.30–17.20
Zsolt Vizinger: Liszt Ferenc and chamber music in Pest-Buda
József Brauer-Benke: How Liszt helped the cimbalom to become a national instrument

 

Presented by

Liszt Ferenc Zeneművészeti Egyetem, MÜPA

Tickets:

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