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Vilnius String Quartet and Ugnius Pauliukonis

Vilnius String Quartet and Ugnius Pauliukonis

2019 February 3, Sunday, 16.00
Museum of Applied Arts and Design, Vilnius
Vilnius String Quartet and Ugnius Pauliukonis

ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK – Piano quintet No. 2, Op. 81 in A major;
String quartet No. 12 in F major (American), Op. 96 / B.179 

In addition to fundamental concert series the Vilnius String Quartet, a recipient of the Lithuanian National Prize, Baltic Assembly Prize and a number of other coveted awards, nurtures the tradition Young Lithuanian Talents and Vilnius String Quartet. This time the Quartet shares the stage with talented pianist Ugnius Pauliukonis. Currently, he pursues his Master Degree at the Royal Northern College of Music under the tutelage of professors Graham Scott and Andrew Wilde. Pauliukonis is the college’s only performer awarded the prestigious ABRSM Great Britain Scholarship. The pianist has won a number of important international competitions such as gold medal in the RNCM, silver medal for mastery in Worshipful Musicians Company, and Great Britain Young Musician’s award Making Music UK P&DG 2018. Ugnius has made his debut in Manchester’s The Bridgewater and London’s Wigmore hall, performed in Perugia Festival (Italy), Latvia, Estonia, etc. In Lithuania he appeared and earned acclaim with the Kaunas City Symphony Orchestra, the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra and his own piano quartet Confero, took part in St. Christopher Summer Festival, and Sugrįžimai Festival among many others. In May 2018, he made his debut with the BBC Symphony Orchestra.

The concert programme features Czech music coryphée Antonín Dvořák’s chamber works included into the world’s golden treasury of music, revealing the symbiosis of romanticist lyric and drama, but also an idiosyncratic colour of Moravian and Bohemian folklore.

Ticket prices
5, 7 Eur

Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society

Address: Aušros vartų st. 5, LT-01304 Vilnius, Lietuva
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