LDK grand palace courtyard will be held this summer in a luxurious classical music events - `Opera under the stars`
The concert will feature the most beautiful classical opera excerpts performed Modesto Pitrėnas conducted by the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, the soprano Anna Kolobovaitė and opera singer Kostas Smoriginas younger.
This is a great opportunity to see one stage the most significant Lithuanian professional classical music. On stage appears a great reputation in Europe at the age of opera singer Kostas Smoriginas junior. Major theaters such as La Scala and Covent Garden, this opera singer performs the most important parts. Lithuania still less common performer is welcome in a wide range of the world, from Europe to North and South America. Together with Kostas Smoriginas younger of the classic opera excerpts will be performed wonderful vocals of "Song of Songs", a television project "Arc de Triomphe winner, soprano Anna Kolobovaitė. Recently, the singer rarely Lithuania concerts, opera under the stars, "the audience will enchant your pure voice sound.
Concert Opera under the stars "Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra under the baton of the young generation of Lithuanian conductor Staskus. This is one of the most professional and promising Lithuanian conductors. The conductor has collaborated with various musical ensembles, the most famous Lithuanian and performers around the world. Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra - one of the finest and most internationally acclaimed Lithuanian orchestras. Throughout its 55-year operating history, the orchestra managed to subdue both Lithuanian and foreign listeners' hearts. In order to maintain a high level of excellence, orchestra persistently searching for new creative resources, so every performance the audience an unforgettable musical experience.
Concert Opera under the Stars "program will consist of four parts: the Italian, Russian, American and French opera. Listeners will hear the most beautiful duets from Rossini, Verdi, Leoncavallo, Puccini, Bize, Dvořák, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky, Gershwin and Mozart's operas.