The Franz Liszt Foundation is an artistic and cultural association created under the wellknown French law of 1901, international and interdisciplinary, distinguished by its humanistic ideals.

It is presented as a force for human and social progress by proposing initiatives to promote access to art and culture to as many people. So it requires actors from the cultural and economic world, wishing to communicate and share in order to enter a common construction.


Intents and purposes of the Franz Liszt Foundation:

Facilitating access to Arts and Culture to the largest number of people by 
any means,  through educational events.

Building  bridges between arts, music, dance, theater, painting, sculpture, 
literature, poetry,  and the interchange between cultures. Making  known those Artists who will be noted for their open approach and social involvement.

Creating synergies between classical musicians, artists and researchers in 
all disciplines.

Creating and supporting initiatives within the framework of cultural and 
economic development.

Supporting projects in France and abroad for the dissemination of Classical 
Music, especially for piano, and the Arts in general.

Organizing concerts, international piano and composition contests, 
courses and festivals, through public and private funding, or by membership 

Providing scholarships for courses and master classes  held by itself or by 
others, with public and private funding, or by membership fees.

Placing  Music in the service of the construction of intercultural and interg enerational dialogue, of fraternity and peace, embodying this way the universal and humanistic vision 
of Franz Liszt.