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The Young Europe

The Young Europe

2020 May 9, Saturday, 19.00
Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall, Vilnius
Organizer:

In response to the decisions of the Vilnius City Municipality and the Government of the Republic of Lithuania regarding the coronavirus pandemic in the world, the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society is cancelling concert.

Performers
LIEPAITĖS Choir of the Vilnius Choral Singing School
(Director Jolita Vaitkevičienė)
Soloists: DOVILĖ KAZONAITĖ (soprano), ELŽBIETA LIEPA DVARIONAITĖ (piano), MILDA DAUNORAITĖ (piano)
Conductor MARTYNAS STAKIONIS
Programme
The Young Europe

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH – Concerto for keyboard and orchestra No. 4 in A major, BWV 1055
FERENC LISZT – Malédiction (Malediction) for string orchestra and piano, S. 121/ R. 452
KIM ANDRÉ ARNESEN – Magnificat for soprano, choir and orchestra

An assembly of young people will grace the National Philharmonic stage tonight. Indeed, a truly young Europe! The Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra will host the soloists, the Liepaitės girls’ choir and conductor Martynas Stakionis, who has been admired by our audience in the past.

Two solo pianists are winners of many national and international competitions. Milda Daunoraitė has performed in venues such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Musikhuset Aarhus in Denmark and the United Nations Headquarters in Geneva. The pianist has toured in France, Switzerland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany, Russia, the Ukraine, Poland, Sakartvelo, Sweden and Great Britain. She is currently studying at the Purcell School for Young Musicians in London. Elžbieta Liepa Dvarionaitė has appeared as a soloist with Virtuosi Brunensis (Czech Republic), Riga, Tallinn, Klaipėda and St. Christopher chamber orchestras, as well as the Lithuanian State, Kaunas City, the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre and the National M.K. Čiurlionis School of Arts symphony orchestras; has attended masterclasses led by illustrious pianists. Currently, she is continuing her education at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.

K.A. Arnesen’s Magnificat will feature soloist Dovilė Kazonaitė, who has twice won the Vincė Jonuškaitė-Zaunienė Female Singers Competition. In 2015–2016, she was a trainee at the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre. A couple of years ago, the soloist was honoured with “the Hope of the Year” title for the roles of Countess (Wiener Blut), Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro), Mercédès (Carmen) and Ida (Die Fledermaus).

Young conductor Martynas Stakionis has shared the stage with performers such as Gidon Kremer, Tabea Zimmermann, Clara-Jumi Kang, Kristóf Baráti and Justina Auškelytė, collaborated with Hamburg City, Mozarteum, the Lithuanian National, Paris Pasdeloup, the Baltic Youth and J. Vītols Latvian Academy of Music symphony orchestras, the New Ideas Chamber Orchestra (NIKO), St. Christopher and the VMU chamber orchestras, a number of choirs including Aidija, the Latvian State, the Latvian Radio, Ave Sol and Camerata Silesia, and Art Vio Quartet to name but a few.

Ticket prices
10, 15, 20, 30 Eur
 
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