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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 

Monday May 4th, 2020

Good news from Nordplus programme for higher education

Good news from Nordplus programme for higher education: network applications – NordClassic, NordOpera, Nortrad, Norteas, Nordpuls, Cape and the majority of projects have been approved for academic year 2020-2021.

NordClassic network received funding for IMMEDIA (immersive sound and 3D video laboratory) intensive course project coordinated by the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (LMTA). As a partner institution, the Academy will participate in the projects coordinated by NordClassic network partners: development project Dig. Music (digitalization of music studies) and intensive course Nordic-Baltic Chamber Orchestra: Embodied chamber music – a new methodology?

Intensive course Opera Coaching coordinated by LMTA was approved within NordOpera network. In November of 2020, intensive course Bel Canto for opera singers and the LMTA Student Symphony Orchestra will be held in Vilnius. 

2020 04 30

Monday May 4th, 2020

Information regarding studies at LMTA during the quarantine period

Considering the situation developed due to the spread of coronavirus, quarantine was announced throughout the territory of the Republic of Lithuania from 16 March to 27 April 2020. Following the requirements of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, all the LMTA buildings located in Vilnius and Klaipėda, except the Central Building in Vilnius (Gedimino Ave. 42), are closed. The students and teachers are not allowed into the LMTA premises for independent practice.

Information for the students and teaching staff

To ensure the continuity of the learning process, all the studies during the quarantine period are to be transferred onto a virtual learning environment and will be conducted via distance learning mode: 

  • All the theory classes that can be accessed by LMTA Moodle learning environment are to be conducted in the distance learning mode according to the curriculum.
  • Practical sessions should be organised via distance learning mode by employing all possible ways of distant communication that each teacher can choose individually. 
  • Within the period of transferring the study process onto the virtual learning environment, the faculty deans will be responsible for the efficient communication among the teaching staff and IT specialists. 
  • Taking into consideration the given situation and circumstances, the dates of interim tests and examinations specified earlier in the LMTA academic calendar will be adjusted following the regulations issued by the deans and approved by Vice-Rector for Studies. 
  • All the information related to the changes to be made to the LMTA academic calendar will be forwarded to the teaching staff and students to their e-mail addresses assigned by the Academy.
  • Where possible, the administrative staff of all the LMTA units will work remotely and can be accessed during LMTA office hours by email addresses indicated on the website. 
  • The heads of units are in charge of facilitating the internal communication and keeping all the LMTA staff informed regarding the work process and other relevant issues. 


International Relations Office
Head – Rima Rimšaitė:
rima.rimsaite@lmta.lt, +370 5 212 4967
Coordinator for Student Exchange – Giedrė Antanavičienė: giedre.antanaviciene@lmta.lt, +370 5 261 0131

Faculty of Music
Dean – Prof. Deividas Staponkus: deividas.staponkus@lmta.lt +370 680 26585
Assistant Dean – Darius Stoskeliūnas: darius.stoskeliunas@lmta.lt +370 600 65826
Administrator – Rasa Dzimidaitė: rasa.dzimidaite@lmta.lt +370 698 12572

Faculty of Theatre and Film
Dean – Elona Bajorinienė: elona.bajoriniene@lmta.lt +370 612 20240
Administrator of the Faculty – Kristina Kazilionienė: kristina.kazilionienė@lmta.lt +370 611 55165
Coordinator of Departments – Justina Širvelytė: justina.sirvelyte@lmta.lt +370 612 61053
Coordinator of Film and Television Department – Miglė Levickienė: migle.levickiene@lmta.lt +370 684 20276

Klaipėda Faculty
Dean – Prof. Vytautas Tetenskas: vytautas.tetenskas@lmta.lt +370 694 83 523
Administrator – Jolanta Brazdeikytė: jolanta.brazdeikyte@lmta.lt +370 648 20604

Postgraduate Studies’ Office
Head – Daiva Buivydienė: daiva.buivydiene@lmta.lt, +370 687 94630

Study Information Officestudijos@lmta.lt, +370 698 04783

Head – Daiva Mateikienė: daiva.mateikiene@lmta.lt, +370 683 51953

Students Union: lmtasa@lmta.lt +370 611 23009

Secretariat of the Rector‘s Council: +370 5 261 2691, mob. +370 696 98411.


Psychologyst – Inesa Kraujutienė: +370 640 12502

LMTA Chaplain Fr. Dovydas Grigaliūnas: +370 680 80078

The actual information concerning the spread of coronavirus and quarantine is continuously updated on the website of the Ministry of Health of The Republic of Lithuania, the website of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, the website Study in LT.

Tuesday April 7th, 2020

International Music Theory Conference “Principles of Music Composing”

On 18–20 November 2020, the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre and the Lithuanian Composers’ Union organize the 20th International Music Theory Conference “Principles of Music Composing: Phenomenon of Teleology”. 


Teleology embraces the phenomena that each sort of processual art deals with: the way a work evolves over time. In other words, it focuses on the final goal or purpose (Greek telos meaning “end, purpose”) as well as the course towards that goal (Heinrich Schenker). The Western music tradition has established musical forms implementing paradigmatic models of particular teleological strategies (sonata form as a pinnacle of this trend of thought), often approaching the final cadence as a complete fulfilment of a persistently pursued goal. However, evolving trajectories may seem not so obvious when we step out this conventional mental framework and face the cases of non-Western tradition or compositional inventions of the 20th –21st centuries. Static, meditative, monolithic, drone, minimalistic, instant, aleatoric musical iterations seem to, at least partly, evade a clearly defined, commonly identifiable telos.

So, what can actually serve as impetus to propel the processual flow of music? What types of developmental strategies are feasible in the light of plural cultural and ideological co-existence of the 21st century? What basis substantiates the widely established or alternative developmental models? These and more teleological issues will be thoroughly addressed in the conference “Principles of Music Composing: Phenomenon of Teleology”.

The following sub-topics are suggested to disclose the subject: 

I. Theoretical and historical perspectives 

  1. Inter-scholarly (philosophical, psychoanalytic, psychophysiological, metaphysical, etc.) and musicological (Schenkerian, Post-Schenkerian, etc.) approach to teleology.
  2. Historical perspective of teleological phenomena. 
  3. Links between teleology and the related concepts (dramaturgy, development, narrativity, directionality, orientation, expectation, temporality). Types of teleological strategies (culmination, reprise, balancing, elision, etc.). 
  4. Teleology as an inherent phenomenon of a musical work itself or as a mode of listening (objective vs. subjective perspective). 

II. Teleological issues in contemporary contexts 

      5. Teleological strategies and alternatives in contexts of contemporary composition. 
      6. Different teleological prerogatives in regard of distinct musical parameters (pitch, rhythm, timbre, the vertical, the horizontal, the diagonal, etc.) and various types of form. 
      7. Teleological applications in regard of particular compositional techniques (modes, series, minimalism, aleatoric principles, sonorism, sound-based morphologies, electronics, etc.). 
      8. Communication issues and challenges regarding the (non-)teleological approaches of the innovative compositional practices (instant, static, monolithic, meditative, electronic music, etc.).

III. Interdisciplinary and intercultural aspects

  1. Teleological potentialities in contexts of collaboration and interrelation between different artistic fields (literature, visual arts, performing arts, etc.).
  2. Cultural plurality as a source for possible teleological alternatives. 

Paper proposals (abstract and a short biography) should be sent by email: pmc.lmta@gmail.com. The abstract must not exceed 500 words. The duration of full presentation is limited to 20–25 minutes.

The main language of the conference is English.

The deadline for proposal submissions is the 1st of September, 2020. Proposals will be reviewed by the members of the scholarly committee and all applicants will be notified of the outcome in the second half of September 2020.

The participation fee is 20 Euros.

Selected papers of the conference will be published in the annual peer reviewed scientific journal ‘Principles of Music Composing’.

Scientific committee of the conference:

Prof. dr. Pavel Puşcaş (Music Academy Cluj-Napoca, Romania) 
Prof. Miloš Zatkalik (University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia) 
Prof. Roger Redgate (Goldsmiths, University of London, England) 
Dr. Bert Van Herck (New England Conservatory of Music, USA) 
Dr. Jānis Petraškevičs (Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music, Latvia) 
r. Martin Vishnick (United Kingdom) 
Prof. dr. Rimantas Janeliauskas (Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre) 
Prof. dr. Antanas Kučinskas (Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre) 
Assoc. prof. dr. Mārtiņš Viļums (Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre) 
Assoc. prof. Marius Baranauskas (Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre) 

Friday April 3rd, 2020

Academy to Launch a Series of Virtual Performances

Does the announcement of quarantine mean that our life has stopped? Well, we would like to paraphrase the familiar saying and announce that we are opening a virtual window when the doors of theatres and concert halls are closed.  The Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre is now ready to share the precious archive of their best performances.  Instead of the usual monthly repertoire of live events, LMTA invites to enjoy recordings of the most compelling concerts, contests, stage performances, meetings, short films, and even watch two sets of live electronic music!

From April 3 to 30, 6 pm, 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.

The range of the genres to be offered is truly extensive: from opera, drama, dance, and film to chamber, symphonic, choral, and jazz concerts to contests, recitals, conversations, and discussions. 

LMTA Vice-Rector for Art, Prof. Dr. Ramunė Marcinkevičiūtė says: “Working on the virtual repertoire under such circumstances has been a chance to analyse the archived collection, reappreciate the recorded beauty and value of our cultural experience, and feel the strength of artistic expression the LMTA community shares.  While the quality of some recordings may not be perfect (as the events were filmed for other purposes), it is the uniqueness of the content that makes it worth seeing.   The LMTA Art Centre team is already preparing the repertoire for May, so even when the quarantine regulations become more lenient, we will still continue broadcasting.”

Тhe Virtual Programme starts оn 3 April, 6 pm, with The Most Excellent and Lamentable Plan B, a music, theatre and video performance based on Herluf Bidstrup’s caricatures, directed by Vidas Bareikis.  Composer: Rūta Vitkauskaitė, set designer:  Simona Biekšaitė, costume designer: Liuka Songailaitė, conductor: Ričardas Šumila. The première was performed on the stage of the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre in 2013 to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (the recording was made a year later). The performance features the-then Year 2 students who are now prominent actors at Oskaras Koršunovas’ OKT Theatre and the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre: Kęstutis Cicėnas, Jonas Braškys, Laurynas Jurgelis, Gediminas Rimeika, Eimantas Pakalka, Martynas Ališauskas, Viktorija Žukauskaitė, Taura Kvietinskaitė, Greta Petrovskytė, Paulina Taujanskaitė, Kamilė Petruškevičiūtė, Gailė Butvilaitė, and others. 

On 4 April, spectators are invited to a concert by European Chamber Music Academy (ECMA) which took place on 2 October 2019 in the Trakai Castle. Mettis String Quartet (Lithuania), Erlendis Guitar Quartet (Poland, Denmark), and Malion String Quartet (Germany, Finland) will perform music by J. Haydn, J.S. Bach, L. E.J. Brouwer, L. Boccherini, E. Lecuona, and B. Bartók. 

5 April gives us a chance to revisit a conversation between pianist Petras Geniušas and philosopher Leonidas Donskis that took place in 2013 in the LMTA Great Hall within a cycle of recitals Masters in the Great Hall featuring laureates of Lithuanian National Culture and Art Awards.  Petras Geniušas performs piano sonatas by F. Schubert and S Prokofiev.

On 7 April, we can watch a performance The Lesson directed by Augustas Gornatkevičius, based on the play by E. Ionesco.  Set designer: Eglė Vitkutė, costume designer: Simona Davlidovičiūtė, composer: Jokūbas Tulaba. Actors: Kamilė Galkutė, Gabrielė Ladygaitė, Petras Šimonis. Created in 2016, the performance was filmed at LMTA Balcony Theatre in 2017.

On 9 April, we invite you to join the LMTA community in the Academy’s Great Hall and enjoy the meeting with opera soloist Asmik Grigorian. Organised on the morning of 7 September 2018, the very beginning of the academic year, the conversation took place upon the opera singer’s return to Lithuania from the Salzburg Festival where Asmik Grigorian gave a sensational performance as Salome in Romeo Castellucci’s legendary production of Strauss’s opera. Musicologist Jūratė Katinaitė hosts the conversation.

11 April invites fans of choral music to their computer screens. We will broadcast the Grand Final of 3rd Juozas Naujalis Competition for Choral Conductors (filmed on 27 October 2017 in Church of St Catherine). The choirs — LMTA mixed choir, State Choir Vilnius, Vilnius City Municipal Choir Jauna Muzika — are led by the finalists of the competition Krista Audere (Latvia, Netherlands), Jurģis Cābulis (Latvia), Linas Balandis (Lithuania), Łukasz Hermanovicz (Poland), Mantvydas Drūlia (Lithuania), Gintarė Barisaitė (Lithuania). Works by J. Naujalis, J. H. Schein, A. Bruckner, Orlando di Lasso, and other composers will be performed.

On 13 April, we will host a discussion Do Artists Need Managers? filmed at the LMTA Balcony Theatre in 2018.  The discussion features Vygintas Gasparavičius, a lecturer at LMTA Art Management Department; a performing art manager Giedrė Putramentaitė; and Julijus Grickevičius, the-then Marketing Manager at the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre.  The event is moderated by Dominyka Murauskytė, a LMTA musicology student. 

On 15 April, let us remember the 5th International Jascha Heifetz Competition for Violinists in 2017 and enjoy the performance of the LMTA students participating in the competition — Rakelė Chijenaitė, Ieva Daugirdaitė, Konrad Levicki, Bernardas Petrauskas playing pieces by J. S. Bach, N. Paganini, M. Ravel, A. Khachaturian, F. Waxman, and Z. Bružaitė.

April 17 offers a series of short films created by LMTA students: 0.242 of Fiction (directed by Modestas Endriuška, 2018), Place With No Walls (directed by Elizabete Mežule-Gricmane, 2017), 10 Square Metres (directed by Mindaugas Docaitis, 2017), A. A. A. (directed by Karolina Nadzeikaitė, 2019), Dad’s Gift (directed by Petras Kuneika, 2019), and So … Bye (directed by Paulius Stankevičius, 2018).

On 19 April, we are invited to enjoy Giuseppe Verdi’s Falstaff.  Created by the LMTA Opera Studio team and performed on the stage of the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall on 11 April 2018, the rendering happens to be the first performance of Falstaff in Lithuania. Conductor: Martynas Staškus, director and choreographer: Jūratė Sodytė, designers: Guoda Korsakaitė, Marina Jasinskaja, lighting designer: Giedrius Gurevičius. Soloists: Ignas Melnikas, Arminas Skirvainis, Gabrielė Kupšytė, Lubov Skrebets, Aurelija Stasiulytė, Anastasia Lebedyantseva, Juozas Janužas, Edgaras Davidovičius, Dainius Viešūnas, Paulius Prasauskas, Gediminas Paulauskas. The opera features LMTA Symphony Orchestra and LMTA Mixed Choir.

On 21 April, we will stream Justė Janulytė’s lectures The Kinetics of Sound.  Spatial Aspects of Composition prepared and delivered by the composer a year earlier in the LMTA Spatial Sound Sphere. The lectures were recorded as a part of the KISS (Studio of Creative and Informative Meetings) project run by LMTA.

On 23 and 27 April, spectators are invited to concerts of live electronic music. On 23 April, you can enjoy Particles, a work by Mantvydas Leonas Pranulis, an LMTA Year 2 Digital Technologies student, a laureate of the first M. K. Čiurlionis Incentive Grant. On 27 April, we will be streaming Roberto Becerra and Mantautas Krukauskas’ work, Art Distancing

On 25 April, LMTA Symphony Orchestra led by conductor Modestas Pitrėnas invites you to the LMTA Great Hall.  You will hear C. Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, Z. Kodály’s Dances of Galánta, Vaughan Williams’s Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, and The Firebird Suite by I. Stravinsky. Soloists: Konrad Levicki (violin), Marija Pranskutė (violin), Kristina Anusevičiūtė (viola), Tarmo Hiis (cello). Concert announcer: Justė Jankauskaitė. The concert was recorded in 2017.

Events dedicated to the International Dance and Jazz Days will culminate the virtual April repertoire.  On 29 April, we can enjoy the opening performance and dance films created by the team of LMTA Department of Dance and Movement during the 2016 Summer Media Studio creative workshops.  On April 30, you are invited to a jazz improvisation concert performed by Vytis Nivinskas (double-bass) and musicians from Israel – Iris Portugaly (vocal, percussion) ir Ofer Portugaly (piano). The concert took place at LMTA Balcony Theatre in 2018.

All the events start at 6 pm

LMTA information 
1 April 2020 

Monday March 30th, 2020

Enrol in the Baroque Opera specialization of MA in Music Performance

Enrol in the Baroque Opera specialization of MA in Music Performance (developed in cooperation with Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music) at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre.

The most prominent Lithuanian and European baroque music professionals will teach you the history and dramaturgy of baroque music, vocal technique, baroque improvisation, and gestures and dance. You will then demonstrate the acquired knowledge and practical skills performing in concerts and staged events featuring baroque operas and oratorios, together with the Baroque Orchestra Collegium Musicum Riga led by Māris Kupčs, the renowned Latvian harpsichordist and conductor.

Entrance Examination: 3 July 2020

More information on the admission requirements is available at: 

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