Rado's Liszt

November 02, 1995|By Stephen Wigler

It's hard to think of any pianist who loves the music of Franz Liszt more than Agi Rado. For her devotion to her great Hungarian countryman's music, she has been honored with the Bronze Award of the International Liszt Society and invited to give a recital in Budapest this spring as part of the society's annual conference.

Ms. Rado will, of course, play Liszt Sunday afternoon at 3 in her recital at Har Sinai Congregation (6300 Park Heights Ave.), but she will also perform the music of Schumann, Mozart, Bartok and Baltimore composer Vivian Adelberg Rudow. Admission is free.

Tickets are available at Har Sinai Congregation (410) 764-2882, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation (410) 764-1587, Temple Oheb Shalom (410) 358-0105 and Temple Emanuel (410) 922-3642. Seats will be available to those not holding tickets 10 minutes prior to the performance.

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