Australian conductor Nicholas Milton has collaborated with the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra in the past. He has dubbed the LCO a true gem of Lithuanian music culture. Milton graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Michigan State University and Juilliard School where he studied violin, conducting, music theory and Eastern philosophy. A winner of a number of competitions he is also a recipient of different American and Australian awards.
Composed in 1764, Haydn’s Symphony No. 22 in E flat major (Der Philosoph / The Philosopher) is described as a music work, which amalgamated stylistic features of late baroque and early classicism.