PIOTR TCHAIKOVSKY - Rococo Variations for cello and orchestra, Op. 33
GIOVANNI SOLLIMA – Cellos, vibrato! For two cellos and strings (“Violoncelles, vibrez!”)
AARON COPLAND - Suite „Appalachian Spring“
KRISTINA VASILIAUSKAITĖ (1956) - Choral, Toccata and Postlude from Sinfonietta (1980)
LEOŠ JANÁČEK – Suite from the opera Jenufa
SERGEI RACHMANINOV – Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini for piano and orchestra, Op. 43
JACQUES IBERT – Divertimento for orchestra
ALEXANDER SCRIABIN – The Poem of Ecstasy
Tonight the National Philharmonic Hall will be reigned not only by the 19th–20th-century Czech music, but also the king of instruments – the piano.
BEDŘICH SMETANA – Overture to the opera Prodaná nevěsta (The Bartered Bride)
“The Baltic countries continue to astonish us!” admits foreign press when introducing Giedrė Šlekytė, a Lithuanian conductor of younger generation, who served as the first Kapellmeister of the Stadttheater Klagenfurt Orchestra in 2016–2017.
The Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra and Kaunas State Choir present a stunning programme with young talented conductor Martynas Stakionis on a podium.
The opening concert of the festival presents Mūza Rubackytė, the Lithuanian piano Maestra, and Renato Balsadonna, an Italian Maestro of the baton and conductor at the Royal Opera House in London. The programme Salutary Love features three romantic masterpieces narrating about one of the noblest feelings.
Traditionally, the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society opens every new concert season with a symphonic music concert.
Traditionally, the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society opens every new concert season with a symphonic music concert. This time the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra and Maestro Modestas Pitrėnas collaborate with German cellist Johannes Moser.
The Lithuanian musicians team up with Italian cellist Mario Brunello whose stunning international career was set out by his victory at the prestigious Tchaikovsky International Competition in 1986.
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