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Exhibitors and exhibits



Prof. Vytautas Landsbergis

Exhibit – Vytautas Landsbergis’ book Why Us with an autograph dedicated to the Academy




LMTA Rector, Assoc. Prof. Dr.  Judita Žukienė

Exhibit – a glass ball received at a student event in 2008 as a thank you token for promoting academic integrity  



PhD student Raminta Naujanytė-Bjelle,
Department of Composition

Exhibits – a coloured face seal, a glass bottle neck, and rings for performing interactive music




Prof. Petras Skirmantas,
Department of Dance and Movement

Exhibit – a head decoration for the Bluebird’s part (The Sleeping Beauty ballet, The State Opera and Ballet Theatre, 1983)




Prof. Petras Geniušas,
Department of Piano and Organ

Exhibit – a bust of Ludwig van Beethoven that has been on Prof. P. Geniušas’ piano at his home since childhood and has become a kind of the pianist’s mascot




Prof. Dr. Robertas Beinaris
Department of Wind and Percussion Instruments

Exhibit – St. Michael the Archangel Star awarded for organising the sacred music festival Su Palaimintuoju Teofiliumi (“With the Blessed Theophilus”) in 2019. 





Lecturer, Dr. Jonas Jurkūnas
Department of Composition

Exhibit – the scheme of Du Karveliai (Two Pigeons), a piece for symphony orchestra and folk vocal trio.




LMTA Art Center

Exhibit – a setlist for a recital performed by composer, organist, singer, choirmaster and teacher Aleksandras Kačanauskas in the LMTA Great Hall.





Prof. Mindaugas Urbaitis
Department of Musicology / Department of Composition

Exhibit – so-called “half-diplomas” marking completion of the first half of the studies awarded to students in Musicology and Composers during the celebration held on 3 March 1973.





Prof. Algimantas Puipa
Department of Cinema and Television

Exhibit – a prop from Vilko dantų karoliai (A Wolf-Tooth Necklace). This necklace is a symbol of suffering that, according to the film plot, the father brings to his son from Siberia.





Elona Bajorienė, Dean of the Faculty of Theatre and Film

Exhibit – a brick of the façade of the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre. It depicts flowers as one of the theatre props.