The Liszt Academy of Music is renowned as a show corridor and music center in Budapest, Hungary, established on November 14, 1875. It is the feature of the Liszt Collection, which offers a few significant books and compositions gave by Liszt upon his demise. It also includes the AVISO studio, which is regarded as a joint effort between the administrations of Hungary and Japan to furnish sound recording supplies and academic preparations for students. The Art Nouveau style building is a standout amongst the most famous buildings in Budapest. It was constructed by Floris Korb and Kalman Giergl at the appeal of Baron Gyula Wlassics, who was the presiding Minister of Culture back then. The veneer is characterized by a statue of Liszt which was chiseled by Alajos Strobl. Within the building the interiors are beautified with frescoes, Zsolnay earthenware production, and a few statues of mainly Bela Bartok and Frederic Chopin.
- Initially the building likewise had stained ground glass windows, designed by Miksa Róth. Different offices utilized by the Academy are the Budapest Teacher Training College, spotted in the previous National Music School on Semmelweis Street.
- This academy can be visited via guided tour.
- Adult ticket (with guide speaking Hungarian): HUF 1500
- Concession/student ticket (with guide speaking Hungarian): HUF 750
- Adult ticket (with guide speaking foreign language): HUF 2900
- With student identity card, concession card, and for over-65s (with guide speaking foreign language): HUF 1 450
- Guided tour every day: Adult tickets are HUF 3500 & With student identity card, concession card, and for over-65s: HUF 1750. No registration needed.
- For individual guided tour: 1:30pm (everyday)
- Guided tour duration: 50minutes
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Possibly the best acoustic place in Budapest. Always nice concerts. The building itself worths a visit
This academy was so amazing it made feel giddy. It was so beautiful and the teachers are really friendly
Beautiful building and concert hall.
Beautiful performance hall
Konzerte in beiden Sälen sind ein Erlebnis für Augen und Ohren, wenn die Musiker auch gut sind. Habe hier aber durchaus außergewöhnlich gute Konzerte erlebt. Die Jugendstil-Atmosphäre ist einmalig!