Liszt Fest International Cultural Festival @ Müpa Budapest

  • 1 Oct 2021 10:23 AM
Liszt Fest International Cultural Festival @ Müpa Budapest
Now on until 24 October. Launched in 2021, on the 210th anniversary of Ferenc Liszt’s birth, the Liszt Fest International Cultural Festival presents leading artists and the latest productions of the Hungarian and the international scene. Liszt’s work is marked by superb quality, a diversity of genres and richness of forms, and these values are also essential for the Liszt Fest.

Müpa Budapest’s new event series of the arts offers large-scale concerts, classical and contemporary chamber music productions, organ recitals, pop and jazz concerts, dance shows, literary and visual art events, and unconventional open-air performances, in Budapest’s principal spaces of the performing and the visual arts, and on countless locations in the city.

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