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The National Philharmonic Society sets out the 76th concert season

The National Philharmonic Society sets out the 76th concert season


On September 17 the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society (LNPS) sets out the 76th concert season.  At the opening concert in the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, one of Lithuania’s leading symphony orchestras, will be led by the long-time artistic director of the LNSO, Honorary Conductor Juozas Domarkas. The concert is dedicated to the Maestro’s 80th anniversary. Up until New Year the LNPS will offer the audience over fifty original programmes, which will be presented at the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall, Museum of Applied Art, St. Johns’ Church, Lithuanian Academy of Sciences Hall and Trakai Castle Great Hall. More than ten monthly concerts will be brought to various Lithuanian cities. 

The LNPS starts its new season facilitated by the patron – a concern Achemos grupė and Dr. Bronislovas Lubys Charity and Support Foundation. Unquestionably, the assistance from the patron and sponsors helps the LNPS to smoothly run the concerts representing the values of our music culture in Lithuania and abroad. Actively developing international relations the LNPS is going to partake in an extremely important cultural exchange with China this year. An assembly of Lithuanian performers will give concerts there. On September 16-18 Baltic Guitar Quartet will appear in the Third Silk Road International Festival in Xi’an, and on October 8-12 the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra led by Modestas Barkauskas will give concerts in China.

This half-year the LNPS’ concerts will keep the stable rhythm assuring the continuation of the best traditions. Music connoisseurs will find the usual series of concerts – orchestral, chamber music, staged family concerts and events to mark special occasions. Music in Trakai Castle Series will await the listeners in Trakai, Christmas Music Week will highlight the Christmas season, which will conclude with New Year concerts. The performers and educators of Music Encyclopaedia Live will visit cities and towns all around Lithuania.

The concerts at the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall (LNPH) and Museum of Applied Art (MAA) will mark significant jubilees: the 70th birth and 50th creative anniversaries of cellist Saulius Lipčius, the veteran of Čiurlionis Quartet (October 6, LNPH); the anniversary of cellist Ramutė Kalnėnaitė (October 9, MAA); the 260th birth anniversary of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (October 16, LNPH); the 30th creative anniversary of Vilniaus arsenalas Ensemble (October 30, MAA); the 70th anniversary of cellist David Geringas (November 9, LNPH); the 400th death anniversary of writer Miguel de Cervantes (November 12, LNPH); the 20th anniversary of the Polish Institute in Vilnius (November 19, LNPH); the anniversary of composer Onutė Narbutaitė (December 2, LNPH); the 100th birth anniversary of composer Alberto Ginastera (December 4, MAA); the 10th anniversary of trio FortVio (December 7, LNPH), etc. The charitable gala concert to mark the 25th anniversary of Lithuania’s initiation to UNESCO featuring Violeta Urmana, the UNESCO artist for peace, and her spouse Alfredo Nigro, will be held on October 30. 

Noteworthy foreign music virtuosos appearing at the LNPH this season are Signum Saxophone Quartet (October 8); Norwegian Arctic Symphony Orchestra and conductor Christian Lindberg (November 3); Maxim Rysanov (viola) and Kristina Blaumane (cello) (November 12); flutist Denis Bouriakov (November 26) and violinist Boris Brovtsyn (December 17) collaborating with the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra (LCO). Undoubtedly, concerts of the LCO and its artistic director and soloist Sergej Krylov scheduled for September 24 and December 26 & 31 will draw a great number of music lovers. Moreover, we will host the visits of Lithuanian performers residing abroad: pianists Robertas Lozinskis (October 1), Indrė Petrauskaitė (October 19), Guoda Gedvilaitė (October 23) and Lukas Geniušas (December 10), violist Ūla Ulijona Žebriūnaitė (October 26), singer Violeta Urmana (October 30), cellist and conductor David Geringas (November 9) among others.

In a new season the LNPS will concentrate more on interactive communication with concertgoers and users of various medias in particular social networks. Therefore, we invite you to follow the latest news. You could find the entire concert repertory at the 

See you at the concerts!

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