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Saturday September 12th, 2020

Coronavirus prevention measures and actions at the Academy

Coronavirus prevention measures and actions for teaching staff, students, and administrative staff of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre.

In  order to protect the LMTA community members and limit the possible spread of Covid-19 (coronavirus infection), the Academy encourages the staff and students to fulfil their civic duties, be socially responsible, act in accordance with the prescribed recommendations from the National Public Health Centre under the Ministry of Health, and follow the information regarding the virus and its prevention.

According to the Decree No. V-1837 On the Prerequisites for Implementation of Higher Education, Vocational Training and Non-Formal Adult Education of August 17, 2020 issued by Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania as Head of National Emergency Management, the LMTA staff and students must adhere to the following personal protective measures: 

  • on entering the LMTA premises, clean your hands with the hand sanitiser available at the entrance.
  • When entering the LMTA premises, you can measure your body temperature. The thermometre is available at the duty officer.
  • Inside the LMTA premises, wear a personal protective equipment (a facemask, a respirator or other protective equipment) to cover your nose and mouth, especially when you are in closed public areas (e.g., hallways, canteens etc.), staff rooms and offices, or classes where the distance between people is less than 2 metres.
  • When communicating with others, practise social distancing by staying at least 1 metre from other people.
  • Follow general hygiene requirements, avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with your fingers. When sneezing or coughing, cover your mouth with a tissue or the flexed elbow.
  • The teaching staff have to open the class windows to air the room before and after the class. The administrative staff must air their offices and wipe high-touch surfaces in the office (door handles, door frames, tables surfaces, backs of chairs, light switches etc.) using surface disinfectants at least twice a day.
  • Watch for a fever (3° C or higher) and other signs of acute infection of the upper respiratory tract or other infectious diseases (e.g., a stuffy or runny nose, cough, difficulty breathing), and stay at home if such symptoms occur. In this case, the administrative staff must inform their direct manager, the teachers must inform the faculty dean and the head of the department, and the students must inform the dean of their faculty.
  • If you start having a fever (3° C or higher) and other signs of acute infection of the upper respiratory tract or other infectious diseases (e.g., a stuffy or runny nose, cough, difficulty breathing) while being on the LMTA premises, immediately leave the premises and call Covid Hotline at 1808 or contact your family doctor.
  • If you have been diagnosed with Covid-19 (coronavirus infection), immediately inform your direct manager. The teachers must inform the faculty dean and the head of the department; the students must inform the dean of their faculty.
  • If you are in mandatory self-isolation, you must not enter the LMTA premises.
  • Avoid unnecessary travel, remain vigilant and responsible, and care for your own well-being and well-being of others.

We would also like to remind that 14-day self-isolation is mandatory for arrivals to the Republic of Lithuania from the countries affected by Covid-19. All relevant information for those arriving and returning to Lithuania is available here.

Care for each other and stay healthy!

2020 08 26 

Friday September 4th, 2020

Baltic Musicological Conference 2020

On 10–12 September 2020, the Department of Music History at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, the Lithuanian-Polish research project “Music of Change: Expression of Liberation in Polish and Lithuanian Music Before and After 1989” and the Musicological Section of the Lithuanian Composers’ Union organize the Baltic Musicological Conference 2020 “MUSIC AND CHANGE BEFORE AND AFTER 1990”.  



There is a possibility to attend the event virtually via ZOOM and Youtube.

Also sessions from the Room 1 will be streamed on Youtube channel. Links for each day: 


The employment of music as a form of cultural opposition and transformative power is a multifunctional process that implies an extension of the thematic and disciplinary borders to the complex relations of the music’s cultural, socio-economic, and political contexts. However, such approach requires to provide a space for deep engagements in music and its various worlds overcoming a simplified understanding of musical practices as a reflection of social structures and political processes. As Jacques Attali writes on the relationship between music and societal structures, music “makes audible the new world that will gradually become visible, that will impose itself and regulate the order of things; it is not only the image of things, but the transcending of the everyday, the herald of the future” (Attali 1985).

Baltic Singing Revolution – “revolution by singing and smiling” (Heinz Valk 1988) – is a widely known example of the public expressive cultural practice which had a stimulating effect on cultural imagination and political change. Remembering the year 1990, so important but not limited to national histories of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, the Baltic musicological conference 2020 aims to acquire new knowledge and a deeper understanding of the ways in which the musical expression of liberation and musicians’ networks contributed to political and cultural change before and after the end of the Cold War. In what ways the musical practices contributed to formation, negotiation and transformation of sociocultural identities and changing collectivities? What has been the relationship between the processes of cultural and political change before and after 1990? What were prominent ideas, landmark cultural texts and influential individuals who have had a formative and transformative power in these processes? To address these issues, as well as any other questions and topics related to the 20th–21st-century music and change in the widest sense, we invite the proposals for the Baltic musicological conference 2020, to be held at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre in Vilnius 10–12 September 2020. The conference will include international guest speakers Kevin C. Karnes (Emory University), Olga Manulkina (St Petersburg State University), Gintautas Mažeikis (Vytautas Magnus University) and Peter J. Schmelz (Arizona State University).

Academic committee

Małgorzata Janicka-Słysz (Academy of Music in Kraków), Kevin C. Karnes (Emory University), Olga Manulkina (St Petersburg State University), Lina Navickaitė-Martinelli (Lithuanian Composers’ Union), Rima Povilionienė (Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre), Peter J. Schmelz (Arizona State University), Iwona Sowińska-Fruhtrunk (Academy of Music in Kraków), Rūta Stanevičiūtė (Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre).

Local organizing committee

Ingrida Jasonienė, Lina Navickaitė-Martinelli, Rima Povilionienė (vice-chair), Rima Rimšaitė, Rūta Stanevičiūtė (chair), Judita Žukienė.

2020 09 03

Friday August 7th, 2020

International New Theatre Week

August 18–22 of 2020, the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (LMTA) presents the international theatre project that will feature five premieres of young artists graduating this year: Uršulė Bartoševičiūtė, Naubertas Jasinskas, Lina Židonytė, Augustas Gornatkevičius and Antanas Obcarskas.


Uršulė Bartoševičiūtė, Naubertas Jasinskas, Lina Židonytė, Augustas Gornatkevičius (© D. Matvejev), Antanas Obcarskas (© D. Matvejev)

Tuesday, 18 August 2020 at 6 PM 
Wednesday, 19 August 2020 at 6 PM 
State Youth Theater Stage 99 (Arklių st. 5) 
Based on Saara Turunen’s play of the same title

“I have just one wish in life. And that is that I could be ordinary, just a normal person. And that my family would be ordinary too, just a normal family. That we wouldn’t stand out from the crowd, that we’d be ordinary, really, just normal.”

Saara Turunen’s play The Phantom of Normality (2016) explores the everyday life of typical Finnish families. It presents a gloomy take on family traditions, relationships, communication habits, secret desires, small and clichéd interpersonal issues and conflicts. In the center of the play are frigidity and short-sightedness toward one another.

Director Antanas Obcarskas: “Saara Tununen text quietly and disheartenedly buries the normal family and the last sincere person, while in the performance we find ourselves in the near future and bury the last family of bees. Human families are long gone from the surface of the earth. But could anything more normal than bees exist in nature? I cannot think of anything more ordinary. Unfortunately, I hardly resemble them, as the general political correctness prevents me from doing as little as stinging. The bees, despite being a perfectly independent, yet fragile organism, are going extinct. Family is a strong word but is as a concept becoming an increasingly rare occurrence in my environment. In the future presented in our performance, families are completely extinct and all is left of them is a bitter set of memories, recorded by the author of the play… I must ask: In the future, will one mock our rushed and resolute dissociation from each other? Why do we feel the urgency to return to our home and lock the door to be with only ourselves?”

Director: Antanas Obcarskas 
Set Designer: Oscar Dempsey 
Costume designer: Juozas Valenta 
Cast: Ella Lymi, Carlos Orjuela, Jasir Osman, Nicklas Pohjola, Milla Tissari 
Lighting designer: Teemu Nurmelin 
Technical assistant in Lithuania: Dominykas Grinius 
Tutors: directors Kristian Smeds and Yana Ross 
Producers: Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, State Youth Theatre 
Partners: Theatre Academy of Uniarts Helsinki, Nordic Drama Corner, Caffeine 
Supporters: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, NordPlus 
Special thanks to Vilnius Fencing Club coach Rimas Kalnutis

Duration: 1 hour 20 min. 
Performed in Finnish with Lithuanian subtitles. 
Smoke effects will be used during the performance.

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Wednesday, 19 August 2020 at 8 PM 
Thursday, 20 April 2020 at 10 PM 
Bar Kablys + Club Concert Hall (Kauno st. 5) 
Based on Orange Peel by Maja Pelević (N-16)

The European Gender Equality Index data by European Institute for Gender Equality announced on 15 October, 2019 indicate that since 2005 the Gender Equality Index in Lithuania has not increased but rather decreased by 0.3 points, and since 2015, the score decreased by 1.3, thus making Lithuania the only country in the EU where the field of gender equality has seen no progress.

The performance is based on the play by Maja Pelević that wasn‘t previously staged in Lithuania. It demonstrates the fragmented female journey, her transformation for a girl to a woman, from a woman to a mother, from a mother to a victim, etc. The main character is surrounded by archetypical, stereotypical and absurd people who live in a patriarchal world that is put in motion and sustained not only by men but also women who out of momentum, convenience or safety still believe in woman’s position as the weaker sex, as her position of being just a woman.

With the faltering of patriarchal model of the world, active women break out into all fields, but this process is still not meaningful enough to be represented in the statistics, and the feminist discourse is often rejected as an integral part of our natural reality. The performance suggests forgiveness to the woman and proposes rethinking the guilt that we put on her – for tasting the forbidden fruit, for condemning us all to suffer on earth as a consequence to her action, for being too active, too masculine, too strong, having cellulite, talking too loud or perhaps not wanting to bear children.

Director: Uršulė Bartoševičiūtė 
Set Designer: Elžbieta Kvašytė 
Composers: Marija Paškevičiūtė and Mindaugas Urbaitis 
Costume designer: Liucija Kvašytė 
Lighting designer: Vilius Vilutis 
Assistant lighting designer: Valdas Latonas  
Cast: Urður Bergsdóttir, Kristrún Kolbrúnardóttir, Björk Guðmundsdóttir and Fannar Arnarsson 
Tutors: director Yana Ross, actress Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir, lecturer Snæbjörg Sigurgeirsdóttir 
Technical assistant in Iceland: Egill Ingibersson 
Technical assistant in Lithuania: Dominykas Grinius 
Producers: Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, State Youth Theatre 
Partner: Iceland University of the Arts, Caffeine 
Supporters: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, Vilnius City Municipality, NordPlus

Duration: 1 hour 30 min. 
Performed in English. 
The audience will be moving around the space, there will be no seats. Smoke effects, loud music, foul language and nudity will be used during the performance.

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Wednesday, 19 August 2020 at 10 PM 
Thursday, 20 April 2020 at 8 PM 
Musical Theatre Club Legendos (Kalvarijų st. 85) 
Inspired by Aki Kaurismäki’s film Calamari Union

The performance is inspired by the movie Calamari Union created by the famous Finnish film director Aki Kaurismäki. It presents an absurd journey in the streets of Helsinki. A few men named Frank decide to travel from their residential area Kallio to the other end of the city, residential are Eira. These working class men, sympathizing with the beatnik movement, move from the industrial Kallio to the luxurious Eira in groups, hoping to find paradise there. The majority of Franks die during their travel through the city and only two Franks reach the desired coast. However, upon reaching Eira, they discover that the area is polluted and crowded with houses – they are too late.

Calamari Union 2. Megastar is to some extent the second part of the movie and the version of such journey today. In the performance, these characters’ children are trying to come back, as, according to their dads, life is more colorful and fulfilling there. The children of working class men grew up in a liberal, increasingly progressive world but now they feel unhappy for living conditions are too reliable; They seek for entertainment, dirt and adventures. The journey however takes an unexpected turn when it turns out that the ship sails not only through space but also through time. Eira, at the end of Kaurismäki’s film, does not meet the Franks’ expectations. Nowadays, we call it gentrification – cities and its parts change appearance and people who created an authentic vibe of the place are urged out of their home by those more solvent, more influential members of society. The performance offers to consider opportunities of the gentrification of ideas. Would we find what we expected if we came back to wherever we wanted to?

Director: Augustas Gornatkevičius 
Cast: Ola Blick, Roderick Kabanga, Eeva Kaihola, Eeva Mäkinen, Tuuli Paju 
Set and Costume designer: Simona Davlidovičiūtė 
Composer: Jokūbas Tulaba 
Lighting designer: Julius Kuršis 
Lighting assistant: Augtumas Danielius Harner 
Dramatist: Anni Ihlberg 
Video projection author: Laurynas Valkiūnas 
Technical assistant in Lithuania: Dominykas Grinius 
Tutors: directors Kristian Smeds and Yana Ross 
Producers: Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, State Youth Theatre 
Partners: Theatre Academy of Uniarts Helsinki, Caffeine 
Supporters: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, NordPlus, Supernormal

Duration: 1 hour 20 min. 
Performed in English. 
Smoke effects will be used during the performance.

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Thursday, 20 August 2020 at 6 PM 
Friday, 21 April 2020 at 8 PM 
LMTA Balcony Theatre (Gedimino av. 42)

Inspired by Elfriede Jelinek’s play of the same title

How often do you think about death? The death of your neighbors, relatives or bypassers? What about your own death? Do you give thought to what does life look in the afterlife? What will you meet there? How will you look?

This performance is an attempt to create an illusion of life after death. It is based on the play “Jackie” by the Austrian novelist and dramaturg Elfriede Jelinek which tells a story of a woman who was observed by the public: her gestures, mannerisms and actions were widely discussed and commented in the media, her image formed fashion and culture trends as well as the so-called good taste. The play uses biographical facts to reveal the woman’s inner feelings, experiences and their consequences when she was put under a magnifying glass and people knew and engaged in the stories of her husband’s adventures with other women, her miscarriage, the traps setup by her husband‘s family, etc.

Society’s pressure caused Jackie stress, fear and anxiety. It crammed her into a role that she tried to fulfill in the fear of tainting her husband’s well-crafted image and status as well as hoping to uphold the portrait of the youngest First Lady – Jacqueline Kennedy.

Despite the fact that the dramaturgy of the performance unveils the story of a well-renowned woman, we are interested in what do we take from it? How important is one‘s status or position on this Earth, how important is our work and health that we sell or just give away. What is left after us?

This performance does not reflect reality. We strived to create a fiction and an illusion. The artistic team based their creative research on various comments, personal experiences, inspirations, metaphors, imagination and fantasy.

Director: Lina Židonytė 
Cast: Alex Anton, Tuulia Eloranta, Denisa Snyder 
Set and costume designers: Larisa Jasinskaja, Marina Jasinskaja
Composers: Vytautas Leistrumas, Marius Repšys
Script consultant ViskasYraKitaip 
Stage movement coordinator Judita Urnikytė 
Video projection: Nidas Kaniušas, Justinas Piliponis 
Lighting designer: Vilius Vilutis 
Assistant Lighting designer: Valdas Latonas
Technical assistant in Lithuania: Dominykas Grinius 
Tutors: directors Kristian Smeds and Yana Ross 
Producers: Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, State Youth Theatre 
Partners: Theatre Academy of Uniarts Helsinki, LRT, Rowohlt Theater Verlag, Caffeine 
Supporters: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, NordPlus

Duration: 1 hour 30 min. 
Performed in English.

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Saturday, 22 August 2020 at 2 PM 
Saturday, 22 August 2020 at 8 PM
LMTA Theater Manufactury (T. Kosciuškos st. 10)

Based on August Strindberg’s play of the same title

August Strindberg’s late work – the collection of Chamber plays – consists of four plays created for the Intima Teater in 1907 – Thunder in the Air, The Burnt Side, The Ghost Sonata and The Pelican. In the chamber plays playwright shifts the action weight of drama from superficial to the most refined circumstances, reminiscent the existence of metaphysical laws – powerful actions beyond the physical limits of the action of the drama. The playwright is also developing a new model through which he intends to communicate the prospects of people’s lives in a different way.

Pelican examines the perception of the world as a network of illusions and lies, analyzes the personal and environmental events of the characters, which determine the desire to live not in the present and future, but in the image of an idealized past. Family – formation and development of this social construct – is analyzed in detail. The performance analyzes and questions the concept of family necessity, offering the idea that every generation inherits the worst qualities from their predecessors. It can be perceived as the cause of a network of illusions and lies. These processes form the medium for the meaningless development of everyday existence, as if falling into an endless cycle. The never-ending wheel spins, accelerates and leads to a dubious future.

Director: Naubertas Jasinskas 
Cast: Alvydė Pikturnaitė, Aurelijus Pocius, Kipras Mašidlauskas, Deividas Batavičius, Saulius Ambrozaitis 
Voice: Kristupas Sabolius 
Set designers: random heroes 
Costume designer: Lina Židonytė 
Composer: Diopo Ndugu 
Video projection author: Kornelijus Jaroševičius
Light designer: Dainius Urbonis 
Sound director: Dominykas Grinius 
Video assistant: Dinas Marcinkevičius 
Light assistant: Martynas Vaitkevičius 
Technical assistant in Lithuania: Dominykas Grinius 
Technical assistant in Iceland: Egill Ingibersson 
Tutors: directors Kristian Smeds and Yana Ross, actress Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir, lecturer Snæbjörg Sigurgeirsdóttir 
Producers: Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, State Youth Theatre 
Partners: Iceland University of the Arts, Lithuanian National Drama Theatre, Caffeine 
Supporters: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania, NordPlus

Duration: 1 hour 45 min. 
Performed in English. 
Smoke effects, strobe lights, disturbing images and foul language will be used during the performance. 

Friday June 12th, 2020


June 26 and July, of 2020, the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (LMTA) organizes the Graduation Ceremony for LMTA bachelors and masters of arts. 


2020 June 26, Friday, 14:00
LMTA Klaipėda Faculty Concert Hall (K. Donelaičio 4, Klaipėda)
Diplomas will be awarded for graduates of the Klaipėda Faculty 

2020 July 2, Thursday, 12:00
LMTA Building 1, Great Hall (Gedimino Ave. 42, Vilnius)
Diplomas – for graduates of the Faculty of Theatre and Film: Departments of Acting and Directing, Art History and Theory, Art Management Division  

2020 July 2, Thursday, 14:00
LMTA Building 1, Great Hall 
Diplomas – for graduates of the Music Faculty: Department of Vocal Performance

2020 July 2, Thursday, 16:00
LMTA Building 1, Great Hall 
Diplomas – for graduates of the Music Faculty: Departments of Accordion, Piano, Folk Instruments, Organ and Charpsichord  

2020 July 3, Friday, 12:00 
LMTA Building 1, Great Hall
Diplomas – for graduates of the Music Faculty: Departments of String Instruments, Chamber Ensemble, Contemporary Music Specialisation

2020 July 3, Friday, 14:00 
LMTA Building 1, Great Hall
Diplomas – for graduates of the Music Faculty: Departments of Wind and Percussion Instruments, Jazz

2020 July 3, Friday, 16:00 
LMTA Building 1, Great Hall
Diplomas – for graduates of the Music Faculty: Departments of Conducting, Choir Conducting, Composition, Ethomusicology, Organ and Harpsichord, Specialisations of Musicology and Music Theory and Critic

2020 06 12 

Thursday May 14th, 2020

Live stream concert “Quarantine Sessions #8”

Tonight at 24:00 Lithuanian time – from 16 to 17 May – composer, head of the LMTA Music Innovation and Studies Center, Mantautas Krukauskas will play in the live stream concert Quarantine Sessions #8. The concert is organised by Stanford University (Palo Alto, USA). 
Quarantine Sessions #8
A Distributed Electroacoustic Network Improvisation
The Coronavirus Crisis has changed our lives and we are in the midst of a long period without concerts as we knew them. In addition to the problem of large audiences, the regulations also make it ‘virtually’ impossible for musicians to get together, to rehearse, or perform. However, many technologies and solutions are already available, helping us to find new ways of collaborating and transporting our work to audiences. 
In the past few weeks, we have been programming, testing, and rehearsing in an online environment between California, which is facing a ‘shelter-in-place’ situation, Berlin (DE) with strict ‘Kontakt- und Ausgangsbeschränkungen’, and Ghent (BE). Each Saturday afternoon we are presenting a concert that connects six musicians from these locations and guests from other places to each other. The sessions are broadcast live with audio and video feeds from each site. 
Matt Hughes, interactive visuals (Sydney, AU)
Mantautas Krukauskas, live electronics (Vilnius, LT)
Constantin Basica (Palo Alto, CA)
Chris Chafe (Woodside, CA)
Henrik von Coler (Berlin, DE)
Fernando Lopez-Lezcano (San Carlos, CA)
Juan Parra (Ghent, BE)
Klaus Scheuermann (Berlin, DE) 
The ‘Quarantine Sessions’ are realized using free and open source technologies, which can be adopted by anyone: 
JackTrip (audio)
Jitsi (video)
OBS (streaming)
More information you can find HERE
After ccrma.stanford.edu 
2020 05 16
Friday May 8th, 2020

LMTA presents INTERMUSIC project results

May 14-15 of 2020, the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (LMTA) takes part in the international scientific conference “Teaching Music Online in Higher Education” and presents INTERMUSIC project results. The Conference, organized by the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (Australia), will be virtual because of COVID-19 quarantine.

ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnership project INTERMUSIC aims to develop digital skills in the field of music higher education, by 1) implementing an online shared platform for the distance learning dedicated to performing practices, theoretical and compositional courses; 2) designing specialized music training pathways that integrate lessons from different European music institutions, with sustainable development over time; 3) understanding the most demanding aspects of remote music interaction and communication in the context of chamber music, instrumental and vocal practice.

The LMTA was responsible for development of the platform and digital competence training of teachers from partner institutions. Teaching staff of the Academy participated in the content development and testing of the blended and online modules: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Indrė Baikštytė – Chamber Music, Prof. Algirdas Janutas – Vocal Phonetics  in the Foreign Languages module, Lect. Dr. Jonas Jurkūnas and Lect. Mantautas Krukauskas – Composition and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Audra Versekėnaitė-Eftymiou – Music Theory. Head of Music Innovation Studies Centre Mantautas Krukauskas will be a presenter from the LMTA in the Conference in Melbourne.

The workshop will feature the project’s highlights, along with concrete experiences of blended learning, collected after three years of collaborations among the five partners, Giuseppe Verdi Music Conservatoire in Milano, Polytechnic University in Milano, LMTA in Vilnius, RDAM in Copenhagen, and AEC in Brussels.

WORKSHOP TITLE in the Conference: The EU project INTERMUSIC (Interactive Environment for Music Learning and Practicing, 2017-2020)  “What we learned, what we produced, where we are heading to”.

About the project: http://intermusicproject.eu/

About the Conference: http://www.teachingmusiconlineinhighered.com/

INTERMUSIC project platform developed by LMTA: http://intermusic.lmta.lt/

2020 05 06

Tuesday May 5th, 2020


The Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre invites to enjoy recordings of the most compelling concerts, stage performances, meetings, short films, and even watch four sets of live electronic music!

From May 4 to 29 TV.LMTA.LT, the Internet platform, specifically designed for that purpose, will broadcast a variety of events. IMPORTANT: the recordings of the events will only be available on the specified date and time! Don’t miss a chance to watch the event you are interested in.

Тhe Virtual Programme starts оn 4 May, 7 pm, with a concert by the Accademia Baltica Orchestra by conductor Modestas Barkauskas. The concert took place on 13 October 2019 in the LMTA Great Hall. Soloists: Egils Upatnieks (oboe, Latvia), Robertas Beinaris (oboe).

6 May, 7 pm, gives us a chance to revisit a conversation between theatre director Oskaras Koršunovas and theatre critic Ramunė Marcinkevičiūtė that took place in 2015 in the LMTA Great Hall within a cycle of recitals Masters in the Great Hall featuring laureates of Lithuanian National Culture and Art Awards. 

On 8, 13, 22 and 29 May, spectators are invited to concerts of live electronic music. On 8 May, 7 pm, you can enjoy LIVE: Vecera, a concert by Paulius Večera, an LMTA Digital Technologies student. On 13 May, 8:30 pm, we will be streaming live performance by Bjelle – Raminta Naujanytė, an LMTA Doctoral Student. On 22 May, 9 pm, composer and LMTA lecturer Jonas Jurkūnas will perform his work LIVE: Robotic Folk. And on 29 May, 7 pm, we invite you to the live electronic music set by Covarnis & Resonant Digit.

On 11 May, 7 pm, we can watch a performance A Dream Play directed by Kamilė Gudmonaitė, based on the play by A. Strindber. Actors: Danas Kamarauskas, Mantas Zemleckas, Gražvydas Staigvilas, Aurimas Bačinskas, Balys Ivanauskas, Gytis Laskovas and others. Created in 2016, the performance was filmed at the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre Chamber Hall.

15 May, 7 pm, invites fans of music videos to their computer screens. We will broadcast a series of music videos created by students of LMTA Department of Film and Television for the songs by Girmantė Vaitkutė, Mantas Jankavičius, Alen Chicco, Golden Parazyth, Garbanotas bosistas, Saulės kliošas, Solo Ansamblis, Banda Dzeta, Kedrostubùras, Without letters, Šuo leila, 41 rūsys and others.

On 18 May, 7 pm, you are invited to the lecture Mythology of Lithuanian Composition School prepared and delivered by the composer Ričardas Kabelis in the LMTA Spatial Sound Sphere. The lectures were recorded on 26 September, 2019, as a part of the KISS (Studio of Creative and Informative Meetings) project run by LMTA.

On 20 May, 7 pm, we will stream Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror, a 1922 silent German Expressionist horror film directed by F. W. Murnau, with Marius Salynas’ music created in 2017 for the Scanorama Festival.

25 May, 7 pm, invites fans of folk music. We will stream videos made during the project One Lithuania – Five Ethnographical Worlds (Viena Lietuva – penki etnopasauliai) in 2015–2017.

May 20, 7 pm, offers a series of short films created by LMTA students: I’m Twenty Something (directed by Marija Kavtaradzė, 2014), The Last Day (directed by Klaudija Matvejevaitė, 2017), Family Unit (directed by Titas Laucius, 2018), The Corner (directed by Klementas Leonas Davidavičius, 2019), and Commission (directed by Vytautas Oškinis, 2019).

LMTA information 
5 May 2020 




2020 September 22, Tuesday, 13:00–18:00

LMTA Building 1: Juozas Karosas Hall (Gedimino Ave. 42, Vilnius)


Seminar for educators



2020 September 24, Thursday, 19:00

LMTA Julius Juzeliūnas Spatial Sound Sphere (Gedimino Ave. 42, Vilnius)






Free of charge, but registration is required: on LMTA Facebook, eventbrite.com or by phone +370 5 207 5791.  



2020 September 25, Friday, 22:00

Rūdninkų Square (Vilnius)


Performers: Students of the Programme of Contemporary Music (teacher – assoc. prof. Vykintas Baltakas, assoc. prof. Liudas Mockūnas, Arnas Mikalkėnas, assoc. prof. dr. Indrė Baikštytė)


Electronic Trio (improvisation, 15’) 
Performers: Simas Petkevičius (saxophone), Klaudija Indriliūnaitė (e. guitar), Matas Samulionis (saxophone)

Solo-duo-electroacustic (improvisation, 10’) 
Performers: Greta Šimkutė (voice), Kęstutis Zubavičius (percussion)

Thierry de Mey. Musique de Table (7’) 
Performers: Kęstutis Zubavičius (percussion), Simas Petkevičius (saxophone), Matas Samulionis (saxophone)

Vykintas Baltakas. Unvollendete (12’) 
Performers: Mėta Gabrielė Pelegrimaitė (flute), Arminas Bižys (saxophone), Matas Samulionis (saxophone)  


2020/09/25 - 2020/09/26


2020 September 25–26

Square between the LMTA Building 1 and The Museum of Genocide Victims (Aukų str., Vilnius)


LMTA students and graduates: Paula Bagotyriūtė, Julian Germanovič, Skaistė Kašėtaitė, Ugnė Kaušiūtė, Julita Lukminaitė, Gabija Maknavičiūtė, Vincenzo De Martino, Jonas Šopa, Lina Žutautaitė, Jonas Benjaminas Balsys

LMTA Assoc. Prof. Daumantas Kirilauskas and jazz pianist Vytis Smolskas

LMTA Prof. Petras Geniušas