Franz Liszt: The First Musical Superstar
April 9, 2011
A Musical Lecture by Robert Wyatt
Thought by many to be the finest pianist of all time, Franz Liszt distinguished himself with a long life of phenomenal pyrotechnical display, elegant composition, a controversial love life and eventual ordainment as a Franciscan monk. The first superstar of the concert stage, his life is celebrated on the two hundredth anniversary of his birth in Raiding, Hungary. Tickets should be purchased in advance.