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Visions of Liszt

Bicentennial Festival - 1811/2011
October 17 - November 6



The year 2011 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt, the Hungarian-born composer and piano virtuoso best known for such pieces as Les Préludes, Liebestraum no. 3, the Hungarian Rhapsodies, and the Sonata in B-minor.

This series of events commemorates his music and achievements. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Please join us!

Visions of Liszt: A Bicentennial Festival is sponsored by

  • The Creative Arts Council
  • The Peterson Concert Fund
  • The Cogut Center for the Humanities
  • The Department of Music
  • The Department of Italian Studies
  • The Department of the History of Art and Architecture
  • The Department of Slavic Languages
  • The Department of Comparative Literature