Conductor Ivan Fischer leads his Budapest Festival Orchestra in a program of Bartok and Schubert live at Carnegie Hall, Saturday, Oct. 29.

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The Budapest Festival Orchestra At Carnegie Hall

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Hungarian composer Franz Liszt, circa 1886. The 200th anniversary of his birth falls on Oct. 22.

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Guest DJ Leif Ove Andsnes' Liszt List

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Joseph Calleja's voice reminds many of the golden-age tenors of the past.

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Joseph Calleja: The Young Tenor With The Old-School Sound

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Alisa Weilerstein has won the MacArthur Foundation "genius grant." Jamie Jung hide caption

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Hear Weilerstein Discuss Her Award

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