• (c) Stefan Nimmesgern
  • (c) Emmer Laszlo
  • (c) Concerto Budapest

Listen to Schubert! at Liszt Academy

Budapest, Liszt Academy Concert Center — George Solti Chamber Hall

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On this highly‐anticipated concert, hear the mellifluous sounds of music by Schubert at Budapest's treasured and world‐renowned Liszt Academy.

Liszt Academy Concert Center
The Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music was founded in 1875 by Liszt himself, and was initially called the Royal National Hungarian Academy of Music. Today, the building is home to a prestigious conservatory and fine concert hall, and houses the Liszt Collection, comprising the composer’s manuscripts and books. The institution's dual objective — to provide cultural education and cultural entertainment — makes it unique.

The 'New Academy' is located in a grand Art‐Nouveau building dominated by the statue of Liszt, one of Budapest’s architectural gems. The season offers not only classical concerts, but also jazz, folk, and contemporary music performances.


  • Schubert, Franz – Quintet for Piano and Strings in A major, D. 667, "Trout"
  • Schubert, Franz – Sonata in A minor, D. 821, 'Arpeggione'
Program is subject to change


Soloist: Rysanov, Maxim


Soloist: Bogányi, Bence


Violin: Abouzahra, Amira

Amira Abouzahra has been performing in public since she was five, the most significant of her first performances were the Old Music Concert in Hemsbach, the series of event Weinheim Biographies and the Concertino – Podium of Young Artists in Leutershausen.
She was eight playing Vivaldi’s Spring violin concerto as a soloist in Mexico, with the Mexican State Simphonic Orchestra. Amira won first prize at the music competition Jugend Musiziert in 2013 and 2016. She became the winner of her age group at the Carl Schroeder Competition with maximum score. Moreover, she made it to the semifinal in the Virtuosos classical music talent show, getting the scholarship of the Domhof Foundation. In 2017, she decided to start again in Virtuosos, so she can reflect the joy of the music to the people. Amira was so motivated that she became the winner of her age group in the end.

Double bass: Puporka, Jenő
Piano: Rozsonits, Ildikó
Piano: Bradshaw, Ryan Martin


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