Pandemic regulations from 15 October

11 October 2021

Dear Audience,

In view of the new wave of the coronavirus epidemic and the increase in the number of infections, the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, on its own authority, has ordered the continuous wearing of masks covering the nose and mouth throughout the building from 15 October onwards, for the protection of the audience, performers and its own staff. We kindly ask for your cooperation.

In the last few weeks we have had to postpone a number of concerts due to the illness of performers, so please check the Liszt Academy website and social media pages a few days before the concert and before departure, where we will immediately inform you of any changes.

For those who purchased their tickets online and have their email address available, we will inform them personally of the change, but we will not always be able to reach those who purchased tickets at the box office.

For further information, please contact us at kozonsegkapcsolat [at] zeneakademia [dot] hu or call +36 30-339-58-17 from Monday to Thursday, except public holidays, between 10.00 a.m and 12.00 p.m., and 2.00 p.m. and 4.00 p.m. (We do not make callbacks.) During the opening hours of the ticket office, you can also call +36-1-321-0690 for information, but please note that the ticket office staff may not always be able to answer the phone when customers are present. Due to the busy workload of our staff, please use our website as a primary source of information if possible. Thank you for your understanding!


Changes to our autumn concerts:

New date for Mihály Berecz's piano recital (1 October): 4 November.

Ditta Rohmann and Zoltán Fejérvári's chamber recital (5 October) has been rescheduled for 16 November.

The new date for the chamber recital by Péter Bor and Baranyai Barabás (3 November) is 5 December.

The new date of Ifj. Elemér Balázs's piano recital (5 December) is 3 November (Earlier date!)

The organ recital of David Titterington was cancelled, due to quarantine rules in the United Kingdom.