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Thursday January 13th, 2022

LMTA MUSIC STUDIES AWARDED TOP SCORES

In 2021, the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre went through the process of external international assessment of the quality of studies. During the online visits, a team of experts assessed the first cycle (Bachelor’s) and second cycle (Master’s) studies in three study fields: film, music, and theatre.

On 22 April 2021, the first assessment meetings took place: LMTA students in the film studies, their teachers, as well as graduates and their employers met with the international experts. On 11 May, the experts’ visit was dedicated to the assessment of the music studies, and on 13 May – of the theatre studies.

The majority of the LMTA study programmes assessed have been accredited for a period of seven years, and the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (SKVC) emphasises that “the studies of the field of music offered at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre have been exceptionally highly rated” and that “the music studies have been awarded particularly high scores”. 

On their website skvc.lt, the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education has shared information stating that from the autumn of 2020 to the end of 2021, SKVC conducted assessment of 18 studies in a variety of study fields carried out at higher education institutions – colleges and universities – in Lithuania. In total, as many as 103 decisions regarding the assessment and accreditation of individual higher education institutions, fields of study, and study cycles were made. The studies that have undergone the external assessment by SKVC are currently offered at 10 universities and 11 colleges.

LMTA information 
13 January 2022

Thursday December 9th, 2021

LMTA RECEIVES FAVOURABLE ASSESSMENT FROM INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS

On 7-9 December 2021, a team of international experts carried out institutional external evaluation of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. The initial conclusions drawn by the experts are favourable.  

At the meetings organised by the Centre for Quality Assessment in Studies (SKVC), the team of international experts met with several different groups representing the LMTA community. The experts were assessing the LMTA activity of the last five years. The first meeting was with LMTA Rector, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Judita Žukienė.  Later, the experts met with Vice-Rectors Prof. Rūta Rikterė and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ramunė Balevičiūtė. These were followed by a series of meetings with other LMTA community members:  the self-assessment team, the LMTA Council, members of the Senate, and heads of LMTA units (deans, heads of departments, and heads of centres). LMTA staff responsible for quality, students, graduates, doctoral students, teachers and researchers, representatives of the administrative staff also took part in the meetings with the experts. A meeting with a focus on the LMTA facilities and resources and an interview with social partners took place too. The series of the meetings and interviews was closed by a meeting with the ex-Rector Prof. Zbignevas Ibelgauptas who had been leading the Academy during the assessment period.

All the meetings and interviews were followed by a general meeting at which the expert team announced their initial conclusions to the Academy community. Such aspects as the unity of the LMTA community; the leadership of both rectors and their teams; smooth processes that maintain the balance between the formal and the informal; successful merging of the Klaipėda Faculty; opportunities related to the construction of the LMTA campus; and quality management were emphasised as strengths. The involvement of students in decision-making, the quality of artistic research and activities run by the doctoral students, the LMTA input in the Lithuanian culture, and the fact that the LMTA study programmes meet the needs of the culture of Lithuania were also mentioned as advantages.

The detailed conclusions by the experts and the conclusion on the LMTA accreditation drawn up on the basis of the experts’ feedback is to be announced at a later date.

The institutional assessment was carried out by a team of six experts:

Prof. Mark Hunt (the team leader): an independent higher education consultant, Deputy Chair and Non Executive Director at British and Irish Modern Music Institute (BIMM Ltd), Quality Assurance Agency Auditor for Higher Education (United Kingdom); 

Christina Rozsnyai (secretary of the expert team): actively involved in quality assurance in higher education with a particular focus on Central and Eastern Europe, Member of the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria (AQ Austria); Member of the Board at the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education; Member of Steering Committee and Team Coordinator of the Institutional Evaluation Programme at the European University Association (EUA IEP) (Hungary);

Dr. Daniela Jobertova (a representative of the world of academia): Vice-President for Quality Assurance and International Relations at the Higher Education Council; Expert at the Czech National Accreditation Bureau (Cz. NAB – Národní akreditační úřad pro vysoké školství); Expert at EQ-Arts – Enhancing Quality in the Arts; Teacher at the Department of the Theatre Theory and Criticism; Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Cz. AMU – Akademie múzických umění v Praze); former Vice-Rector for Studies and Quality at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Czech Republic);

Prof. Margus Partlas (a representative of the world of academia): Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs and Research of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre; Member of the Quality Assurance Committee of the Estonian Rectors’ Conference (Estonia);

Dr. Nomeda Šatkauskienė (a representative of social partners): Artistic Director at the Šiauliai State Drama Theatre; Director of the Public Enterprise VšĮ Istartas; Associate Professor at the Department of Arts of Vilnius University Šiauliai Academy (Lithuania); 

Miranda Harmer (a student representative), student of the Music Studies Programme (Cello specialisation) at the Leeds Conservatoire, Student Expert at the EQ-Arts (Enhancing Quality in the Arts), Student Expert at the ESU – European Students’ Union, Student Expert at MusiQuE (Music Quality Enhancement) (the United Kingdom).

Like all other Lithuanian higher education institutions belonging in the European Higher Education Area, the LMTA has to go through the external quality assessment procedure every several years and obtain accreditation for studies. The last institutional assessment took place in 2013. At that time, the Academy received high evaluation and was awarded accreditation for a maximum period of six years. 

LMTA information
9 December 2021

Wednesday December 8th, 2021

Lithuanian National Prize for Culture and Arts – to the LMTA professors

Congratulations to the LMTA professors – choir conductor and composer Vytautas Miškinis and ethnomusicologist Daiva Vyčinienė – who were awarded the Lithuanian National Prize for Culture and Arts!

Vytautas Miškinis, the choir conductor, composer and long-term professor of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, was awarded for the enrichment and promotion of choral culture; ethnomusicologist, professor and head of the LMTA Department of Ethnomusicology, dr. habil. Daiva Vyčinienė – for actualization of folklore studies.

Our gratulations also go to the actor, LMTA alumni Vidas Petkevičius, who was granted for memorable roles in theatre and films (Petkevičius graduated the LMTA in 1975). Other laureates of the National Prize – art critic Agnė Narušytė, photographer Remigijus Treigys and interdisciplinary artist Dainius Liškevičius.

The laureates of the Lithuanian National Prize for Culture and Arts were announced on 8 December in the Ministry of Culture.

The prize is formally bestowed on February 16 – on the State Restoration Day, when the decorations and diplomas are presented to the laureates at Presidential Palace. 

LMTA information
8 December 2021

Wednesday December 1st, 2021

Nijolė & Jonas Dėdinas Piano Competition Announces Results

Held at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre on 30 November, 2021, The 5th Nijolė & Jonas Dėdinas Piano Competition announces results.   

I prize
Anastasija Šumskaitė (B2, Prof. Petras Geniušas’ class)
Lukas Gedvilas (M1, Prof. Jurgis Karnavičius’ class)

II prize 
Gabrielė Agilė Bajoraitė (B2, Assoc. Prof. Aidas Puodžiukas’ class)

III prize 
Gabrielė Bekerytė (M1, Prof. Jurgis Karnavičius’ class)

Diploma 
Dovilė Vaizgielaitė (B2, Prof. Zbignevas Ibelgauptas’ class)

The jury members were LMTA Professor Aleksandra Žvirblytė (chair of the jury), Professor Jurgis Karnavičius, Professor Birutė Vainiūnaitė, Associated Professor Daumantas Kirilauskas, Associated Professor Aidas Puodžiukas, secretary of the jury – Professor Ramunė Kryžauskienė. 

The competition was broadcast live on LMTA TV.

The Nijolė & Jonas Dėdinas Piano Competition has been held by the LMTA Piano Department since 2016. The initiator and sponsor of the competition is the Dėdinas Family Foundation established by prominent Lithuanian Americans Nijolė Dėdinas and Jonas Dėdinas. The annual prize fund is 3000 Eur. According to the rules, only LMTA students can participate in the competition. 

LMTA information 
1 December 2021

Video of The 5th Nijolė & Jonas Dėdinas Piano Competition:

Sunday November 21st, 2021

VISITING LECTURERS AT LMTA KLAIPĖDA FACULTY

The Autumn semester at the LMTA Klaipėda Faculty enjoyed masterclasses by three visiting lecturers. Professor Derek Barnes, vocal specialist, singer, and conductor, and actress and singer Monika Valkūnaitė encouraged our students to delve into the subtleties of the musical, while Professor Dr. Gerhard Sammer shared his insights into the job of art educators and their training.

This academic year, the LMTA Klaipėda Faculty has introduced a new specialisation within the Music Performance studies, Musical. Here, the students are trained to sing, dance, and act as professionals. The LMTA Musical studies devote close attention to the peculiarities of the musical as a genre as well as general musical competencies, stage performance practice, a wide range of theoretical knowledge and skills enabling our students to respond to the changing needs of the market and prepare for a career in performing arts and creative industries, or continue their studies.

Last October, actress and singer Monika Valkūnaitė invited the Klaipėda Faculty’s teachers and students to her course to explore the specifics of the musical. The theory classes by the performer zoomed in on the golden age of the musical, musical comedy, and the most celebrated representatives of the musical. During the workshops, our students practised to reveal the expressiveness of song lyrics when performing on the stage. Monika Valkūnaitė‘s visit has also encouraged further cooperation with JÁ International Theatre (Portugal).

On 18-23 October, the Klaipėda Faculty enjoyed masterclasses by Professor Derek Barnes, vocal specialist, singer, and conductor. Students in Musical joined Professor’s intensive course to hone their vocal skills: from breathing-when-singing techniques to revealing expressiveness of the lyrics and performing a piece from a musical – all you need to become a professional!

Each day of the visit, we were happy to witness an increasing interest in Prof. Barnes‘s course: quite a lot of people willing to develop their vocal skills this time joined the masterclasses as observers. With this obvious need for further cooperation, our plan is to welcome Derek Barnes again in 2022.

On 3-8 November, we welcomed Prof. Dr. Gerhard Sammer whose pedagogical experience remarkably ranges from work in a compulsory school and gymnasium to training art education specialists on higher education level (Innsbrucker-Musikpädagogik-Institut der Universität Mozarteum, Musikpädagogik an der Hochschule für Musik Würzburg). Professor’s extensive international pedagogical and research activities are impressive too: in 2015, he was elected President of the European Association for Music in Schools. (EAS).  A well-known conductor, he is in charge of several orchestras and choirs. At present, Professor Sammer is artistic director of the chamber orchestra Tiroler Kammorchester InnStrumenti. Gerhard Sammer shares his pedagogical experience and research at various international seminars, conferences, and in his publications.

Professor Sammer was giving a course to LMTA students specialising in Music Education. His lectures focused on a variety of topics such as features of changing educational paradigms, the concept of contemporary art education, strategies for contemporary art education, and strategies for activating art education at schools. In addition, our students took part in Professor’s workshops on experiential learning strategies, interactive teaching strategy, organization of communication,  and cooperation between the teacher and the student in the context of contemporary education.

We hope Prof. Dr. Gerhard Sammer’s visit will develop our links with higher education institutions in Germany and Austria and strengthen the position of the LMTA students and teachers in the context of international musical education.

LMTA Klaipėda Faculty information 
11 November 2021

Monday November 15th, 2021

Lisztofonija-3 Piano Competition Announces Results

Held at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre and Paliesius Manor on the weekend just before the All Saints’ Day (November 1), Lisztofonija-3 Piano Competition boasts excellent achievements demonstrated by the contestants and has led to the discovery of young talents.  The monographic competition, run under the patronage of LMTA Professor Mūza Rubackytė and dedicated to Ferenc Liszt’s music featured ten young generation pianists representing several countries and different higher education schools. The first place was taken by Simonas Poška, piano student at Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media; the second place was given to Jonas Benjaminas Balsys, LMTA pianist; and the third place went to Vardan Geodokyan (Armenia) studying at Music Academy of Vytautas Magnus University (VMU MA) (Lithuania). Simonas Poška also took Jonas Žiburkus Audience Award and – together with Jonas Benjamin Balsys – The Musa Award established by Mūza Rubackytė’s family.

Lisztofonija’s most important award is a professional audio and video recording provided by Mama Studios (Lithuania) and their sound director Arūnas Zujus and film director Agnė Marcinkevičiūtė. Lisztuania, the association of Ferenc Liszt’s music in Lithuania, has offered a 600-euro prize pool, allocating 300 Eur to Jonas Žiburkus Audience Award and 300 Eur to The Musa Award established by Mūza Rubackytė’s family.

Lisztofonija-3 has also featured Natanas Bairakas (VMU MA), Petro Bondar (Ukraine, VMU MA), Monika Mašanauskaitė (University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, LMTA graduate), Medeinė Mickevičiūtė (Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, LMTA graduate), Anastasija Šumskaitė (LMTA), Olena Rozhestvenna (Ukraine, VMU MA), and Airinė Taučaitė (LMTA). The jury members were LMTA Professor Mūza Rubackytė (chair of the jury), Professor Rūta Rikterė, Professor Jurgis Karnavičius, director of the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra; pianist Egidijus Mikšys, and pianist Eglė Andrejevaitė, a representative of Lisztuania, the association of Ferenc Liszt’s music in Lithuania, and the originator of the idea of the Lisztofonija competition.

The competition has been held since 2017, as a product of cooperation between the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre and the Lisztuania Association, and takes place every two years. Yet, the next – the fourth – competition is to be held in October 2022, with a further two-year interval. This year’s Lisztofonija was dedicated to the 210th birthday of Ferenc Liszt. Lisztofonija’s patron and one of the most prominent interpreters of F. Liszt’s music, Prof. Mūza Rubackytė reveals: “My goal, our goal is to spread the word about this exceptional and versatile personality. Liszt’s guiding light continues to evoke awe, admiration, and sensitivity of our souls. While shining brightly in the countries where the composer lived – Hungary, Austria, Germany, France, Switzerland, here, the power of this light has yet to be fully revealed.”

Lisztofonija’s auditions, award ceremony and gala concert featuring the laureates took place on October 28 at the LMTA Grand Hall. The next day, October 29, at Paliesius Manor, Prof. Mūza Rubackytė ran master classes for the winners of the competition, and on October 30, Mūza Rubackytė and Eglė Andrejevatė, together with Lisztofonija’s laureates, invited the audience to a concert during which the winner of Jonas Žiburkus Audience Award was announced. On October 31, audio and video recordings of the winners’ performances were made at the LMTA Grand Hall.

Prof. Rūta Rikterė, Head of the LMTA Piano Department and Vice-Rector for Studies concludes that “initiated by Prof. Mūza Rubackytė, Lisztofonija has become one of the regular competitions organised by LMTA. It aims at encouraging young pianists to perform and record works by Ferenc Liszt. For academic youth, this event offers relevance and interest: it has become a platform of virtuosity for young performers providing an opportunity for challenging their skills and demonstrating their mastery.”

LMTA information 
5 November 2021

Monday November 15th, 2021

Covid-19

We would like to announce an important update following the new legislation coming into force from 17 January 2022.

Self-isolation

  • The person who has tested positive COVID-19 must self-isolate. The period of self-isolation is determined and interrupted by the family doctor.

Persons living in the same household with the person who tested positive (regardless of their immunisation status, i.e. including vaccinated persons) or persons who have had close contact at work with the person who tested positive at a distance within 1 m and for longer than 4 hours must self-isolate for 7 days. If the person living in the same household has been in contact with the person who tested positive, the isolation period starts on the date of receiving the positive PCR test results. For persons who have had contact with the person who tested positive at the workplace or educational institution, the isolation period starts on the date of the most recent contact.

  • Self-isolation rules do not apply if the contact with the person who tested positive was for a shorter period than 4 hours or at a distance more than 1 m. However, it is recommended to start working from home and to take rapid LFD tests three times: immediately after becoming aware of the contact with the person who tested positive, the second test within the period of 48-72 hours, and the third one 48 hours later.
  • Self-isolation and testing are not required for persons who had COVID-19 less than 90 days prior to the contact.

Everyone who is a contact of someone who tested positive, upon the end of the self-isolation period or in cases where self-isolation is not applied, within a 10-day period since the last day of the contact, must wear a medical mask or respirator. Such persons must not attend events or places of mass gatherings.

Respirators

  • Another major update is the wearing respirators at closed-space events (exams). Throughout the event in closed areas, all the audience and participants over 6 years of age and the staff servicing the event must wear a respirator of at least of FFP2 protection level that clings to the wearer’s face and completely covers their nose and mouth. 

18 January 2022


Dear Members of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre Community

Following the decision by the Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania — State-Level Emergency State Operations Manager coming into force on 15 November 2021, all LMTA staff members, students, children over 6 years old upon entering the LMTA premises (offices, work areas) and closed common areas (hallways, staircases etc.) as well as during live meetings of various nature are required to wear medical masks or respirators that seal tightly onto the face and completely cover the nose and mouth.

The requirement to wear a medical mask will not apply to:

  • persons with disabilities who cannot wear a mask due to health condition or where wearing a mask may adversely affect the person’s health (instead, wearing a face shield is recommended);
  • close-space work areas where the work area (office or any other work area) is occupied by a single staff member or where the cubicles have partitions of at least 140 cm high.

The requirement to wear medical face masks may be waived where during a class a safe distance of at least two metres between teachers and students or where the activity is impossible to be performed if wearing a mask.

15 November 2021


We would like to inform you that from 1 September 2021, the studies and non-supervised practice of the students on the LMTA premises will take place in its usual manner following the established schedule without any limit made to the contact hours.

To ensure safety of the LMTA community under the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic and in accordance with Order No. 71-SE of the LMTA Rector and the Resolution by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania of 11 August 2021, the study process is to be organised as follows:

* Practical individual classes and practical classes with small groups of students are organised only in the face-to-face mode.

* On the LMTA premises, non-supervised individual student practice and that of small groups of students is allowed.

* The organisation of theory classes for student groups as well as ensuring the safety of students and teaching staff is delegated to the deans of the faculties.

Please note that only persons who meet the criteria of the National Certificate (the Opportunity Passport) can participate in the face-to-face format activities (to get more information on the Opportunity Passport, please see HERE)

We hope that the need for the face-to-face format has encouraged all of us to get vaccinated during the summer. If you have not yet had a possibility to ensure a safe environment for your studies, we would like to encourage you to do it now.

Information about vaccination in Vilnius is available here. The nearest vaccination point can be found in Lukiškiai Square.

Information regarding vaccination in Klaipeda is available here.

The LMTA infrastructure staff and the administrative staff of our faculties are going to take care of the safety of all of us by ensuring adequate hygiene prerequisites for the LMTA community working or studying on the premises of the Academy and providing necessary personal protective measures. 

Let us welcome a new academic year by staying healthy, safe, and taking care of each other!

18 August 2021

Wednesday November 10th, 2021

YOU ARE INVITED! FRESHERS’ PARTY “LMTA CEMENTAS’21 SLUŠKAI GALA” IS HERE

LMTA Students’ Union invites all the LMTA community members, and especially students, to an annual event Freshers’ Party that this year takes a slightly different format and is called LMTA Cementas’21 Sluškai GALA. The Freshers’ Party is on November 12, Friday, at the Slushko Palace (LMTA Building 4 (T. Kosciuškos 10, Vilnius). 

This is what the Students’ Union has announced: 

„Here it is! Long-awaited LMTA Cementas Freshers’ Party!!! Sluškai GALA, a spectacular celebration at the Slushko Palace, is an extraordinary opportunity to experience the magnificence of the LMTA Building 4 in a different way. The exceptional event features a wide variety of activities and the glorious guys from Rakija Klezmer Orkestar.”

The doors open at 8.30 pm. The performance by Rakija Klezmer Orkestar is at 10 pm and at midnight sharp we’re going to start our club music party with a DJ.

Entrance fee:
freshers and sophomores 2 Eur,
LMTA and Vilnius Art Academy students 3 Eur,
guests 5 Eur. 

And, like you’d expect it at any high-society event, we too have a dress code: black tie.  

All event participants must provide a valid National Certificate (the Opportunity Passport).

Follow our news: discussion of the event and LMTA Students’ Union on FB

Based on LMTA Students’ Union information
10 November 2021

Monday October 18th, 2021

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MUSIC SIGNIFICATION

The Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre and the Musicologists’ Section of the Lithuanian Composers’ Union organizes the international conference “Typologies of Music Signification: Retrospective and Perspective” that will take place at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre in Vilnius on October 21–23, 2021. 

The conference will take place in the Julius Juzeliūnas Spatial Sound Sphere (LMTA Building 1, Gedimino Ave. 42, Vilnius) and will be broadcasted live on tv.lmta.lt. It is possible to participate in the conference via Zoom as well.  

PROGRAMME

Musical signification, as any other issue related to the meaning in music, has constantly been an object of interest for musicologists, composers, semioticians, and philosophers, often in an attempt to classify and categorize it. Looking back at the history of such classifications and foreseeing the need to rethink them, the theme of this conference is dedicated to the theoretical and practical discourses dealing with the interrelations between musical signification and a variety of typologies.

It may be considered that musicological writing has emerged from attempts to categorize abstract phenomena and further efforts to systematize them. Aristoxenus distinguished three basic gènē in his Elementa harmonica. Boethius, in De musica, differentiated the types of musica instrumentalis. The likes of Johannes de Groche, Johann Mattheson, and Johann Nikolaus Forkel not only named new types of music but also identified fundamental categories of music, such as genre and style. The path to discovering many musical phenomena has been based on the process of categorizing and systematizing the outcomes of music signification.

Typologies of signification have been acknowledged as research methods and as part of the theoretical epistemology of music since the dawn of theoretical musicology and, as such, they have retained a significant place in research conducted by the musicologists, ethnomusicologists, popular music scholars, and musical semioticians of the late twentieth to early twenty-first centuries – from Philip Tagg, Simon Frith, Franco Fabbri, or Fabian Holt to Heinrich Besseler, Carl Dahlhaus, Helga de la Motte-Haber, Mieczyslaw Tomaszewski, and others. Typologization of significations, as a method for gaining knowledge, is of interest to the current research as well.

This conference seeks to reinvigorate the approach to the concepts, terms, and categories employed in the process of music signification as well as attempts to conceptualize the practices of classification of musical phenomena. At this conference, scholars will tackle these tasks from a variety of perspectives: they will discuss them as problems of research philosophy, raise the question of criteria, present individual approaches, analyze historical or current cases, and present the perspectives of systematization.

We welcome you to this interdisciplinary and hybrid event and wish you fruitful musicological discussions both on-site at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre and online.

After the conference organizers
18 October 2021 

 

Events

2022/01/27 - 2022/01/29

ICPA MASTERCLASSES AND CONCERTS

2022 January 27–29  

ICPA INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME: MASTERCLASSES AND CONCERTS 


January 27–29, 10:00–17:00 
LMTA Buildig II: Room 2203, Chamber Hall (Vilniaus 6-2, Vilnius) 
ICPA MASTERCLASSES FOR PIANISTS AND STUDENTS OF LMTA DEPARTMENTS OF CHAMBER ENSEMBLE   
Masterclasses led by Prof. Nelson Delle-Vigne Fabbri
Teachers: Ramutė Kalnėnaitė (cello), Vaida Paukštienė (violin) 


January 28, Friday, 18:00
LMTA Building 1: Juozas Karosas Hall (Gedimino Ave. 42, Vilnius) 
PARTICIPANTS CONCERT OF ICPA MASTERCLASSES 


January 29, Saturday, 18:00 
LMTA Building 1: Great Hall (Gedimino Ave. 42, Vilnius)
CLOSING CONCERT OF ICPA MASTERCLASSES PARTICIPANTS 


* Free entrance

* Persons older than 6 years of age must wear a protective mask covering the nose and mouth. Only persons with the National Certificate (the Opportunity Passport) can participate in the events.  

2022/01/27

LMTA DOCTORAL STUDENTS: NERINGA VALUNTONYTĖ (PIANO) 

2022 January 27, Thursday, 18:00 

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

LMTA DOCTORAL STUDENTS: NERINGA VALUNTONYTĖ (PIANO) 

PROGRAMME  

Carl Vine (1954) 
The Anne Landa Preludes  

César Franck (1822–1890) 
Prélude, Choral et Fugue, FWV 21 

* Free entrance

* Persons older than 6 years of age must wear a protective mask covering the nose and mouth. Only persons with the National Certificate (the Opportunity Passport) can participate in the events.  

2022/01/28

LMTA DOCTORAL STUDETS: VYTIS NIVINSKAS (CONTRABASS)

2022 January 28, Friday, 18:00

LMTA Building 1: Balcony Theatre (Gedimino Ave. 42, Vilnius)

LMTA DOCTORAL STUDETS: VYTIS NIVINSKAS (CONTRABASS)

Lecture-concert “Transformation of Jazz Contrabass”  

Supervisors: Prof. Anders Jormin (Sweden), Prof. Dr. Rūta Stanevičiūtė-Kelmickienė 

Performers: Vytis Nivinskas (contrabass), Richardas Banys (piano), Laura Budreckytė (vocal, percussion), Jan Maksimovič (saxophone), Tuomas Räsänen (percussion), Laurynas Žakevičius (dance).

* Free entrance

* Persons older than 6 years of age must wear a protective mask covering the nose and mouth. Only persons with the National Certificate (the Opportunity Passport) can participate in the events.  

2022/01/28

LMTA DOCTORAL STUDENTS: BEATA PREISAITĖ-ŠIDIŠKIENĖ (FLUTE)

2022 January 28, Friday, 18:00

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

LMTA DOCTORAL STUDENTS: BEATA PREISAITĖ-ŠIDIŠKIENĖ (FLUTE)

Prof. Valentinas Gelgotas class

Violeta Aikevičiūtė (piano)

PROGRAMME

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750) 
Sonata no. 1 in B minor, BWV 1030 
II – Largo e dolce 
III – Presto

Franz Schubert (1797–1828) 
Introduction and Variations (Trockne Blumen) in E minor op. 160, D. 802

Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877–1933) 
Sonata Appassionata in F-sharp minor op. 140

* Free entrance

* Persons older than 6 years of age must wear a protective mask covering the nose and mouth. Only persons with the National Certificate (the Opportunity Passport) can participate in the events.  

2022/01/28

PREMIERE: DANCE PERFORMANCE “Wall and Co”

2022 January 28, Friday, 19:00

Gallery “Tsekh” (Vytenio 6, Vilnius)

DANCE PERFORMANCE “Wall and Co” / Premiere!

Conception and choreography – Nicolas Cantillion
Performers and choreographers: 3B students of the LMTA Contemporary Dance specialisation Dominyka Markevičiūtė, Emilija Karosaitė, Gabrielė Bagdonaitė, Monika Čibiraitė, Aleksandra Andrejauskaitė, Juozas Veiverys, Povilas Jurgaitis, Jakub Kohout
Costume designer – Dovilė Cibulskaitė
Graphic designer – Inga Galinytė
Producer – Be kompanijos
Sponsors: Lithuanian Council for Cuture, Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, “Erasmus +”, Lithuanian Dance Information Center 

* Free entrance

* Persons older than 6 years of age must wear a protective mask covering the nose and mouth. Only persons with the National Certificate (the Opportunity Passport) can participate in the events.  

 

2022/02/10

SEMINAR ABOUT COLLECTIVE CREATIVE PROCESS IN THEATRE 

2022 February 10, Thursday, 10:00–15:00

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

SEMINAR ABOUT COLLECTIVE CREATIVE PROCESS IN THEATRE 

Lecturer Justina Kaminskaitė

Registration by February 8th

More information: kkc.lmta.lt

* Persons older than 6 years of age must wear a protective mask covering the nose and mouth. Only persons with the National Certificate (the Opportunity Passport) can participate in the events.  

2022/02/24

SEMINAR ABOUT THE DEVELOPMENT OF AURAL SKILLS OF CHILDREN

2022 February 24, Thursday, 10:00–14:30

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

SEMINAR ABOUT THE DEVELOPMENT OF AURAL SKILLS IN PRIMARY CLASSES

Presentation of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vida Umbrasienė handbook “Į muzikos šalį” (To the land of music) 

Registration by February 23

More information

* Persons older than 6 years of age must wear a protective mask covering the nose and mouth. Only persons with the National Certificate (the Opportunity Passport) can participate in the events.