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Calendar of cultural events in Lithuania. Photo exhibition «Lithuania from brid’s flight»

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BNN offers you a selection of cultural events in Lithuania for the week between March 21 and March 27.

March 21, 8 pm:

Zemfira Concert, «Siemens» Arena (http://www.siemens-arena.com/lt), Ozo g. 14, Vilnius;

Tatar singer Zemfira Ramazanova is considered to be one of the most mysterious rock stage stars. From the first sight, her poetic rock speaks about the same themes as the majority of other singers –love, sufferings, and loneliness. However, interpretation of feelings by Zemfira is said to be totally different, unique. Singer, musician and composer is very demanding to others and to herself; so, her concerts always start on time.

March 21-27:

Tatjana Semane’s  exhibition «Catchy» («Įsimintinas»), gallery «Meno niša» (http://www.menonisa.lt/en/), J. Basanavičiaus g. 1, Vilnius;

«Catchy» («Įsimintinas») is the first solo exhibition by Latvian artist Tatjana Semane presented at «Meno Niša» gallery in Vilnius. Tatjana Semane is an active member of the Latvian Artists’ Union. Her solo and group exhibitions have been held in Latvia, Finland, China, the United States, and Poland. Works of Tatjana Semane have been acquired by private collectors in Austria, Belgium, Belarus, China, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Ireland, and Latvia and in other countries.

March 21-27:

Exhibition by Adelė Liepa Kaunaitė «The Lady Who Flew to The Earth» (Paroda «Ponia kuri nuskrido į žemę»), gallery «Menų tiltas» (www.menutiltas.lt), Užupio g. 16, Vilnius;

A young, perspective artist’s Adelė Liepa Kaunaitė exhibition of painting and poetry «The Lady, who flew to the Earth» was created at 2015-2016, after graduating from Vilnius Academy of Fine Art masters programme. Kaunaitė continues to fascinate all with her energetic power painting and continues to interest viewers with her ever changing stylistic manner…

March 22, 7.30 pm:

Opening of photo exhibition «Lietuva is paukščio skrydžio» («Lithuania from the flight of the bird»), Vincas Kudirka Kaunas Public Library, Laisvės al. 57, Kaunas;

Over a hundred different pictures featuring amazing Lithuanian landscape will be showcased in the photo exhibition by the great photographer Paulius Spūdis.«I got really interested in assembling radio- controlled aircrafts eight years ago. But one day, a friend of mine suggested hitching a mobile phone onto one of such aircrafts and take some snapshots from the air…That is when I got hooked up with aerial photography,» remembers the artist.

March 23, 8 pm:

Filip Kirkorov’s Concert, «Siemens» Arena (http://www.siemens-arena.com/lt), Ozo g. 14, Vilnius;

One of the most popular Russian singers Filip Kirkorov will present his new programme. This time, the audience will see the stage grandee in a new role – impressive show programme titled Me («Я») is created for the singer by a director Franco Dragone, ex-art director of Cirque du Soleil. Behind his belt, the performer has 5 studio albums, 5 World Music Awards statutes, uncountable number of other awards and nominations and he gathers full halls in the entire world.

March 23, 6 pm:

Concert «20 žvilgsnių į kūdikėlį Jėzų» («20 glances at the baby boy Jesus»), Kaunas State Philharmonic, L. Sapiegos g. 5, Kaunas;

Rising star, grand piano player Gabija Rimkutė will perform a dozen musical etudes. The artist has claimed rewards in international competitions in UK, Denmark, Greece and Lithuania.

March 24, 7 pm:

Opera «Fidelio», Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre (http://www.opera.lt/en), A. Vienuolio g. 1, Vilnius;

The current production of Beethoven’s opera «Fidelio» is a co-production between the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre and the Bergen National Opera. The Norwegian premiere of this work was presented in November 2013. An interesting coincidence is that at the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre «Fidelio» was presented to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Lithuania’s regained Independence.

March 25, 6 pm:

Concert «The Piano Through the Ages» («Pianinas per amžius»), St. Catherine‘s Church, Vilniaus g. 30, Vilnius; Soloist Mantautas Katinas (piano), Vilnius City Municipality St. Christopher Chamber Orchestra, Conductor Donatas Katkus;

The pianist Mantautas Katinas is admired by audiences in the world’s best known concert halls. This time, together with the St. Christopher Chamber Orchestra, his fingers will fly over the piano keyboard covering three different epochs: the grand music of J. S. Bach, the elemental force of F. Liszt embodied in his determined passages, and a hypnotysing opus by G. Finzi.

March 25, 7pm:

Soul Street Dance «The Art of Hip – Hop» (Hip-hop menas), Klaipėdos Culture Fabric (http://www.menufabrikas.lt/en), Bangų g. 5A, Klaipėda;

U.S. street dance troupe «Soul Street Dance» has prepared a special show for the Baltics. The concerts will take in different venues throughout the country, but March 25 is the night to be in Klaipėda Culture Fabric.

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