In Situ Insight - Vilnius Festival
In Situ Insight Vilnius Festival: Cross-festival, cross-arts collaboration: a possibility or a necessity on the 4 & 5 November 2017
The Vilnius Festival
The Vilnius Festival has created a rich two-day programme in the beautiful city of Vilnius devised for you to know a little better the thriving artistic scene, the artists themselves, the venues, the teams, the stakeholders as well as the opportunity to attend two unmissable performances in the frame of the Festival Gaida (with whom the Vilnius Festival is collaborating):
> On the 4th November @ the National Philharmonic Hall the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Christopher Lyndon-Gee, will perform a programme which includes the premieres two new pieces one by Justina Repčenkaitė and one by Tomas Kutavičius.
> On the 5th November @ the National Drama Theatre Laila Skovmand will present Aquasonic a unique underwater concert produced in the frame of Aarhus 2017 European Capital of Culture.
We are joining the full programme of the In Situ Insight Vilnius Festival. If you are able to accept this invitation please register until the 6 October 17 (registration form below).
In Situ Insight - Programme
The In Situ Insight Cross-festival, cross-arts collaboration: a possibility or a necessity.
4 November 2017
19:00 National Philharmonic Hall | Performance in the frame of the collaboration with the contemporary music festival GAIDA
Conductor Christopher Lyndon-Gee (USA), Soloist Lukas Geniušas, piano (Russia-Lithuania), So Percussion New York (USA)
Justina Repčenkaitė. Premiere of new piece (2017)
Tomas Kutavičius. Premiere of new piece (2017)
David Lang. man made (for 4 percussion players and orchestra)
Arvo Pärt. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra Lamentate
o Dinner offered by EFA
5 November 2017
11:00 Introduction / welcome / First exchanges
Afternoon workshop/ discussion/ visit / meeting
19:00 National Drama Theatre | Performance in the frame of the collaboration with the contemporary music festival GAIDA - Aquasonic, a unique underwater concert – performance
Project producer – Aarhus 2017 European Capital of Culture
Laila Skovmand, artistic director, composer and performer; Robert Karlsson, director and performer; Morten Poulsen, performer; Dea Marie Kjeldsen, performer; Nanna Bech, performer
6 November 2017