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The live music club "Tamsta", located in the old town of Vilnius (Subačiaus str.11a), attracts people of all ages, who appreciate different musical styles. It does not matter how old you are or what's your occupation, here you are bound to find the music you like and a nice company of people having fun.
When creating the events schedule, the hospitable club owners always try to cater to a wide variety of live music lovers tastes. Each week the club's program is enriched with colorful and well-known Lithuanian bands and guest-stars from abroad. Live music is played in "Tamsta" from Wednesday to Saturday, and almost all Lithuanian singers and bands, promoting the live music, have already managed to appear on this club's stage. Music professionals from abroad are always welcome here. The club is also providing significant space for young musicians’ imagination. Once a month the club is in quest for new and talented musicians on the "Open Mic" evenings. All the guests, irrespective they can or cannot sing or play, are welcome to come on the stage. Wednesdays and Thursdays are for yet little-known or rising bands and artists. Fridays and Saturdays - for the spectacular performances from around the world. The first Saturday of the month became a tradition now. For five years running it is given to Lindyhop.lt dance club - the crazy lindyhopers team with swinging dance and music performances.
Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society (LNPh) is the biggest concert agency in Lithuania, which was granted the status of national cultural institution in July 1998. Since 2006, LNPh has been managed by Rūta Prusevičienė.
LNPh is located in Vilnius. There are two halls on the premises – Concert Hall and Chamber Hall.
LNPh unites the best Lithuanian performers: Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra (established in 1940, artistic director and chief conductor Juozas Domarkas), M.K. Čiurlionis String Quartet (1968, Jonas Tankevičius, Darius Dikšaitis, Gediminas Dačinskas, Saulius Lipčius), Vilnius String Quartet (1965, Audronė Vainiūnaitė, Artūras Šilalė, Girdutis Jakaitis, Augustinas Vasiliauskas), chamber ensemble Musica humana (1974, Algirdas Vizgirda, Ričardas Vytas, Raimundas Jasiukaitis, Robertas Beinaris, Gediminas Kviklys), and two soloists (Judita Leitatė and Sigutė Trimakaitė).
LNPh organises symphonic and camber music concerts in Lithuania and abroad, concerts dedicated to various composers, solo recitals, concert series, featuring Lithuanian and international collectives and performers, and devotes major attention to the national repertoire. The most prominent international performers are invited to give concerts in Lithuania including violist Yuri Bashmet, cellist David Geringas, violinist Gidon Kremer, pianist Denis Matsujev, conductor Riccardo Muti and orchestra Filarmonica della Scala, composer and conductor Krzysztof Penderecki, jazz celebrities Al Di Meola and Al Jarreau, to name just a few.
A large ice-skating rink on the outskirts of the city that also hosts the occasional concer. The Pramogų Arena is one of the venues for the annual Vilnius Jazz Festival.
There were organized many huge events and concerts, such as "Flaming Ice" (Liepsnojantis ledas), Alla Pugacheva concert, Verka Serduchka concert, Patricia Kaas concet, English soul and R&B singer's Seal concert, etc.
Address: Ąžuolyno St. 9, Vilnius
Non-traditional, comfortable, elegant, excellent acoustics 100-seat concert space in the Old Town!
Designed for professional chamber music, theater and dance events; for private evenings with concert program and banquet; for presentations, seminars and conferences; for educational projects (courses, seminars). From September 2008 to December 31st at PIANO.lt Concert Hall were held first historic concerts, which have led and continue to organize various concerts' programs. Hidden away down an Old Town backstreet, this small concert hall arranges concerts of many types including classical and jazz.
Address: Trakų St. 9/1, Vilnius (entrance on Kėdainių St.)
Located in Old Town (Vilnius st. 39/6), the Teachers’ House is a major cultural centre in Vilnius. It has all the necessary facilities for organizing any kind of meetings: from a workshop to a general conference (exploitable 4.229 m2). Called a place with an artistic touch, it constantly exhibits the works of young artists and is famous for cultural events in its cozy halls. There is a possibility to provide a sound system for concerts or other performances as well.
Founder - Vilnius City Municipality; set up in 1946.
The Teachers’ House organizes book fairs, garden shows and different events for families and children. At the Center, there are folk dance, folk instruments, ballet and theatre studios for both children and young adults.
Address: Vilniaus St. 39/6, Vilnius
SiemensArena, located in Vilnius, is the largest arena in Lithuania (Kaunas Arena which is to be completed in 2010 will be larger when built). It generally hosts basketball games as well as concerts.
Siemens Arena is the first universal arena of international level in Lithuania. Here, the largest and most important national entertainment, sports and business events take place: concerts of world-famous and local sport stars, various international sports matches, performances, theatre performances, business seminars and assemblies.
Today, Siemens Arena is one of the most important and significant Lithuanian sport, entertainment, and cultural objects, which has earned the recognition of countries all over the world.
Siemens Arena was built in the Vilnius Entertainment Park territory and is the first object of this park, which is still under development. The other buildings planned for the Vilnius Entertainment Park should rise soon next to the arena: an indoor water park, family entertainment center, an Event field and a natural park.
Artists that have performed at Siemens Arena include Nightwish, Evanescence, Anastacia, Phil Collins, Julio Iglesias, Patricia Kaas, t.A.T.u., Deep Purple, Sting, Chris Rea, Paco de Lucía, Toto Cutugno, Ozzy Osbourne, Simple Minds, Simply Red, Nazareth, Scorpions, Depeche Mode, Bob Dylan, Enrique Iglesias, Linkin Park, Lenny Kravitz, Dima Bilan, Avril Lavigne, Def Leppard, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Demis Roussos, Snoop Dogg, Backstreet Boys, R.E.M., Helena Paparizou, Mamma Mia!, James Blunt, DJ Tiesto, David Guetta, Kelly Rowland, Jean Michel Jarre, Whitesnake, Rammstein & Metallica, among others.
Address: Ozo St. 14a, Vilnius
The church of Saint Catherine is the first church to have been extensively restored since Lithuania regained its independence. The church was substantially renovated, with complex restoration work being performed on the interior. The central altar of the church was fully refurbished.
In 2006 the Vilnius City Municipality transferred the right of administration of Saint Catherine’s church to the “Vilnius Teachers’ House” organisation. The central nave of the church of Saint Catherine is ideal for concerts. The acoustics are excellent, and the venue is used for cultural events, as well as for rehearsals and concerts of the Šv. Kristoforo kamerinis orkestras (Saint Christopher’s Chamber Orchestra), the choir “Jauna muzika” (“Young Music”), the boys’ and young people’s choir “Ąžuoliukas” (“Little Oak”) and other artistic collectives and performers.
Address: Vilniaus St. 30, Vilnius
Vilnius Congress Concert Hall is not only a decorative facade of starlit night in the heart of the capital; from 1999’s it is home of Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra (artistic director and chief conductor Gintaras Rinkevičius) as well.
At the time this monumental multifunctional building serves as a concert hall of Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra and as one of the prime centers spreading classical and popular music.
Concerts of symphonic and chamber music, operas are being performed here; world famous stars and national artists are being applauded by listeners from a hall of a thousand seats. Vilnius Congress Concert Hall has witnessed great performances by Violeta Urmana, Sergej Larin, Sergej Leiferkus etc. The place is also well known for a wonderful scene of various jazz and popular music projects. International festival of contemporary music “Gaida” is annually starting at Vilnius Congress Concert Hall. And, off course, during concert season of 2006 – 2007 y. more than 20 000 viewers had applauded for hit of today’s opera world – G. Puccini’s “La Boheme”.
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