The Embassy of Hungary and the American Liszt Society - Baltimore- Washington Chapter cordially invite you to the
Final Round and the Gala Recital of the 2013 Liszt-Garrison Festival and International Piano Competition on Saturday, October 26 2013.

The Festival was founded in 2004 by Nancy Roldán with the cooperation of Ernest Ragogini and other music professionals. Some of them are currently on the board of directors. Started in 2005, and held biennially, the event includes competitions for solo pianist for duos. Notre Dame of Maryland University has hosted the event since 2006.

The Liszt-Garrison Festival and International Piano Competition 2011 celebrated the bicentennial birth of Franz Liszt and the Fifth Anniversary of the event via a five-day commemoration featuring performances, lectures, and recitals showcasing the expertise and artistry of world-renowned musicians. Two world premieres for solo piano enhanced the festivity: Angelus by Jorge VIllavicencio Grossmann, and Calle veneziana by Kye Ryung Park.

The Liszt-Garrison Festival and International Piano Competition, under the aegis of the Baltimore Washington Chapter of the American Liszt Society, relies on the financial support and presence of music lovers to continue its mission of reinforcing good will among musicians, bringing music to the community at large, and assisting artists in furthering their career goals.

The venue of the Final Round of the Competition and the Gala with guest artists & winners of the Franz Liszt 2011 Bicentennial Award:

Embassy of Hungary, 2950 Spring of Freedom Street, N.W., Washington D.C. 20008

Date: Saturday, October 26 2013

from 2:30 PM Final Round of the Competition

from 5:30 Gala Recital

Please follow the link to learn more about the Liszt-Garrison Festival and to puchase tickets

Please find the detailed program of the Festival here.