The American Liszt Society Baltimore-Washington Chapter • Nancy Roldán, President 2015 Liszt-Garrison Festival & International Piano Competition MAGYAR Hungarian folklore inspired much of the music of Franz Liszt and Béla Bartók. In turn, composers around the world were motivated to create works of extraordinary beauty from their own countries’ traditions. Notre Dame of Maryland University Baltimore, Maryland October 21–25, 2015 THE 2015 COMPETITION For Pianists & Duo Ensembles with Piano Application Postmark Deadline: May 15, 2015 The Liszt-Garrison Festival and Competition is a performance-inspiring experience, which offers all participants the opportunity of meeting and listening to artists of renown during the festival events. Contestants are cherished and celebrated regardless of the competition results.We trust the contributions of these young musicians will continue to inspire and influence the world community guided by the tenets of Franz Liszt’s motto ‘Génie oblige!’ — ‘Talent carries obligations!’ Inaugurated in 2005, the festival/competition made its home at Notre Dame of Maryland University since 2006 where it has been held biennially since 2007, co-sponsored by Music at Notre Dame Concert Series, directed by Dr. Ernest Ragogini. Tax-deductible contributions are most appreciated. UPCOMING FUNDRAISERS Serenata Siciliana – November 16, 2014 Join us for wonderful music and food. Featuring Competition winners 2009. Across the Seas: From Opera to Tango – March 28, 2015 Music at Notre Dame Concert Series. Featuring an amazing international ensemble. Please visit our website: lisztgarrisoncompetition.org The American Liszt Society is a 501 (C) 3 professional organization.
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