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THE CONCERTS THIS YEAR

26 November 2016 at 02:00 p.m

The concert program „Music of Shakespeare Times“

The international ensemble of the early music Canto Fiorito (artistic director Rodrigo Calveyra)

Ticket price € 8

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2 December 2016 at 06:00 p.m.

The Duo „Jazz by Two“

By Marija Baranauskaitė (vocal, keyboards) and Anna Polukord (vocal, guitar)

Ticket price € 6

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11 December 2016 at 02:00 p.m.

By Victor Paukstelis (grand piano)

The recital of dancing paintings

Audiovisual compatibility, music and „dancing“ paintings, the chime of grand piano sounds as well as charming animation

Ticket price € 10

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We kindly invite you to dinner after the concerts, the price for one person is € 12. Please book your tickets and dinner in advance. You can do it by e-mailing us to info@paliesiausdvaras.lt or by calling +370 626 82 760.

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Attention!

November at the Pasaga Concert Hall

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You are kindly welcome to have a dinner with us after the performance. The dinner costs 12 Euros per person. Please book tickets and dinner in advance by e-mail (info@paliesiausdvaras.lt) or telephone (+370 626 82760).

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Attention!

28 – 29 October at the Pasaga Concert Hall:

Pianist Andrius Žlabys – 28 October, 7 p. m.

Cantus Coronatus vocal duo –29 October, 2 p. m.

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Pianist Andrius Žlabys

at the Pasaga Concert Hall

28 October, 7 p. m.

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Piano works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Sergey Prokofiev.

It is a great honour for the Paliesius Estate to welcome again Andrius Žlabys, the pianist who has so many faithful admirers all over Lithuania and who gives a concert at the Paliesius Estate every time he arrives in his native country.

After graduating from the National Čiurlionis Arts School in Vilnius, he studied at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and the Cleveland Institute of Music where his teacher was Sergei Babayan, a famous Armenian-American pianist and conductor.

Žlabys, a Grammy nominee in 2003, ranks among Lithuania’s best pianists ever. He has played with a number of the world’s finest orchestras and conductors and has performed in many prestigious concert venues, including Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Centre, and Carnegie Hall in New York, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Wigmore Hall in London, Musikverein in Wien, and Suntory Hall in Tokyo.

Admission fee: 10 Euros.

You are kindly welcome to have a dinner with us after the performance. The dinner costs 12 Euros per person. Please book tickets and dinner in advance by e-mail (info@paliesiausdvaras.lt) or telephone (+370 626 82760).

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A MAGIC BOUQUET

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Cantus Coronatus vocal duo

at the Pasaga Concert Hall

29 October, 2 p. m.

Simona Liamo (soprano)

Nora Petročenko (mezzo-soprano)

Birutė Asevičiūtė (piano)

Music by Claudio Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi, Henry Purcell, Georg Friedrich Händel, Johann Sebastian Bach, Joseph Haydn, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Cantus Coronatus is the most recent creative impulse of two Lithuanian singers whose musical aspirations are very often related to the Baroque music. Their current programme offers a selection of some of the finest arias and duets from operas, oratorios and cantatas that are otherwise rarely included in concert programmes in Lithuania.

Admission fee: 8 Euros.

You are kindly welcome to have a dinner with us after the performance. The dinner costs 12 Euros per person. Please book tickets and dinner in advance by e-mail (info@paliesiausdvaras.lt) or telephone (+370 626 82760).

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PALIESIUS MANOR INVITES

2016, September 25th (Sunday) at 2 p.m

TEA FRANCHI (Soprano)

Le Grand Tour Italien

A musical journey with Verdi, Puccini and other 1800s-1900s Italian composers

Accompanying pianist Linas Dužinskas

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Entrance fee: 8 Eur

You are welcome to post-concert dinner, price per person – 12 Eur. Please book in advance by email: info@paliesiausdvaras.lt or by phone +370 610 44 226.

Tea Franchi graduated in Classical Studies and Literature at Milan university and studied singing at the “Luca Marenzio” conservatory in Brescia.

Now she is studying with Akiko Nakajima (first soprano of the Vienna Volksoper opera house) and Yva Barthelemy (first soprano of the Paris Opera) in Paris.

Tea Franchi appeared in several productions playing the roles of Musetta in “La Boheme” by G. Puccini (directed by Mr Tolomelli), Soprano I and II in “Matthäuspassion” by J. S. Bach (directed by Mr Bardazzi), Soprano I and II in “Magnificat” by J. S. Bach, and the role of Elisetta in “Il matrimonio segreto” by Domenico Cimarosa (directed by Mr Enzo Dara).

She also performed as the narrator in “L’ Histoire du soldat” by I. Stravinskij (directed by M. Rivolta) and the reader in “Les chansons de Bilitis”.

In summer of 2015 she took part in MIMF (Metropolitan International Music Festival) in New York and in May 2016 she performed at the Japanese Opera Festival in Gunma-Itakura (Japan).

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On 14th of September 2016 at 2 p.m.

PIANO RECITAL

Petras Geniušas

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Entrance fee: 6 Eur

You are welcome to post-concert dinner, price per person – 12 Eur. Please book in advance by email: info@paliesiausdvaras.lt or by phone +370 610 44 226.

About Petras Geniušas

He is one of the most prominent, versatile and adventurous Lithuanian performers. Having mastered an extensive repertoire of classical, romantic and contemporary works, he frequently appears in recitals and concerts with symphony orchestras, chamber ensembles and musicians.

He has shared the stage with some of the greatest contemporary musicians, such as Mstislav Rostropovich, Yehudi Menuhin, Alexander Kniazev and David Geringas. But apart from his appearances as a classical musician, he can also be seen performing in theatre as well as in jazz and crossover projects. His musical interests range from ethnic music from different parts of the world to avant-garde, jazz and electronic beats.

That, in turn, influences the way he interprets classical music, which makes this piano virtuoso so special. Given his broad-range musical experiences, outstanding technical skills and artistic sensibility, Geniušas is a genre on his own.

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WELCOME TO THE CONCERTS OF SEPTEMBER!

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Paliesiaus Manor invites!

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On 10th of September 2016 at 2 p.m.

Unforgettable accordion melodies

Genadijus Savkovas (accordion) and band

Tomas Leiburas (piano)

Eugenijus Mikšys (bass guitar)

Melodies of 1930s–1970s

Entrance fee: 6 Eur

On 10th of August, on Saturday afternoon the accordion master G. Savkov and his friends promise to create a special mood of the concert, colored with long-time romance and lovely memories…

The music of 1930s-1970s conveys the atmosphere of those times and “live” instrumental sound. You will hear a tango, waltz, polka, foxtrot. But also the Latin American melodies (soro, samba, bossa-nova) and the jazz style pieces. Hope that the audience will delight the original compositions of P. Frosini, B. Tichonov, B.Versleris, J. Peskov, as well as D. Kern, A.K. Zobimas and other composers for the accordion. The all presented by Genadijus Savkovas.

We wish you lovely musical moments!

You are welcome to post-concert dinner, price per person – 12 Eur. Please book in advance by email: info@paliesiausdvaras.lt or by phone +370 610 44 226.

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August 14 d., Sunday, 17.00
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With Love to Barbra Streisand

August 14, Sunday, 5 om, Paliesius Mansion
With Love to Barbra Streisand

08.13 sasenko-internetuiEvelina Sašenko (vocals)

08.13 Zdanavicius-internetuiPaulius Zdanavičius (piano)

Programme includes songs from Barbra Streisand repertoire

Tickets in Paliesius: Eur 10

More: www.pazaislis.lt

 

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Andrius Žlabys (piano)

15th of July (Friday) at 7p.m.

Programme: G.F. Handel, C. Debussy, C. Franck

Young and talented pianist Andrius Žlabys fascinates listeners by his ability to convey the most subtle ideas of the composer. He manages to make his instrument “speak” leaving the audience in awe.

A. Žlabys graduated from the National Shool of Arts of M.K. Čiurlionis. He continued his studies in the United States “Curtis” Music Institute and later strengthened his knowledge at Cleveland Institute of Music with the famous pianist and conductor Sergei Babayan.

The pianist performed in the best concert halls of the world (Avery Fisher Hall (Lincoln Center, New York), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Carnegie Hall (New York), Teatro Colón (Buenos Aires), Wigmore Hall (London), The Musikverein (Vienna ) and Suntory Hall (Tokyo)) with famous musicians and orchestras.

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Concert ticket price – 15 Eur. Price for seniors and students – 8 Eur.

You are welcome to a post-concert dinner, price per person – 12 Eur.

A pre-registration is required by e-mail. info@paliesiausdvaras.lt or by phone. +370 610 44 226.

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DAUMANTAS KIRILAUSKAS (piano) performing on the 3rd of July at 6 p.m.

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Piano recital

Programme: J.S. Bach Partita No. 2 in C minor BWV 826 and L. van Beethoven variations in DIABELL theme op. 120

FREE CONCERT.

Daumantas Kirilauskas is often described as one of the brightest, most versatile and prolific pianist in the country. He is a lareate of numerous national and international competitions and an associate professor in Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater, Piano Department.

The pianist’s repertoire begins with Bach and Händel and continues with the twenty-first century’s modern compositions. Beethoven holds an important place in his repertoire. In addition to solo piano works Daumantas played in a number of chamber groups with famous Lithuanian and foreign soloists and ensembles.

The pianist has performed in almost all European countries, the United States and Canada including the Mozarteum Grosser Saal, the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, the Leipzig Gewandhaus, Schumann Haus Bonn, Vitebsk Philharmonic, Helsinki Temppeliaukio, Nybrokajen in Stockholm, Oslo Concerthus, the Cologne WDR Klaus von Bismarck, The Great Guild Hall in Riga and other places. Regular guest of Lithuanian National Philharmonic. Daumantas performed with all Lithuanian orchestras and Latvian Sinfonietta Riga. Participant of many foreign and Lithuanian festivals and a permanent guest of Thomas Mann festival.

The pianist has released 8 solo albums: Carl Vine Miklos Maros Piano Sonata, 2006, Nothing But Chopin, 2008, The Old Photo Box, 2010 From the Past, 2011, Uncertainty, 2011, Prokofiev Piano Sonata Nos. 2, 7 & 9, in 2013, Bach Partita Nos. | 1 | 3 | 6 | 2014, 9 Beethoven Piano Sonatas (3 CD’s SET): in 2016.

Graduated from M.K. Čiurlionis Art School (1991) continued his studies at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg, where he graduated with highest merits, gaining his Master of Arts degree. His teachers were Liucija Drąsutienė (from 1984 to 1994) and legendary Karl-Heinz Kämmerling (1994 to 2000).

You are welcome to have a post-concert dinner, price per person – 12 Eur.

Pre-registration is required by e-mail. info@paliesiausdvaras.lt or by phone. +370 610 44 226.

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MUSICAL CONNECTIONS OF LITHUANIA AND GERMANY HAPPENING TOMORROW!
Tomorrow (May 27th, Friday) at 6 p. m. everyone is invited to the concert hall of Paliesiaus manor for an improvised music concert MUSICAL CONNECTIONS OF LITHUANIA AND GERMANY.
The event is supported by the Goethe institute which is Germany’s cultural institute operating in many countries around the world. One of the main activities of the Goethe Institute is to promote and foster international cultural cooperation.
https://www.goethe.de/ins/lt/lt/ver.cfm?fuseaction=events.detail&event_id=20758610

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 Jean Marc Luisada will perform at Paliesiaus manor

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A legendary French pianist Jean Marc Luisada will perform at Paliesiaus manor at 4 p.m. on the 28th of May.
The artist played in the most prestigious concert halls in the world, collaborated with some of the best orchestras and won numerous international competitions, among them the famous Frederic Chopin competition in Warsaw.
Jean Marc Luisada is praised by the critics for the beauty and richness of his piano sounds.
The concert will feature works of J. Haydn, R. Schumann and F. Chopin.Pre-registration via e-mail info@paliesiausdvaras.lt or by phone. +370 610 44 226.

 

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