The Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music (Liszt Ferenc Zeneakadémia) is a concert hall and a world-famous music conservatory. The building was erected in 1907 in Art-Nouveau style. Its interior is richly decorated with frescos, stained glass, and mosaics and its concert hall is considered the most beautiful of its kind in Budapest. Once the workplace of world-famous Hungarian musicians and composers, like Béla Bartók or Zoltán Kodály, the Academy today attracts students from the four corners of the world as one of the top music schools. Folllowing a 4-year reconstruction, the building was reopened to the public in the autumn of 2013 with its former beauty in contemporary quality. Now complemented by a new unit, the Liszt Academy Concert Centre (Zeneakadémia Koncertközpont) the complex awaits everyone with programmes of the highest quality.