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    • 2015-06 14 foto-D.MatvejevĀ©.jpg RSS An optimistic morning of Lithuanian contemporary dance in Edinburgh Added2015.08.05

      Lithuania's name will appear among the more than 3000 shows with performers from all over the world at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world's largest arts festival. This year our country will be represented by two contemporary dance shows which have received recognition not just in Lithuania but also internationally. Over the period running from 17 to 22 August, to be exact in the morning of those days, the public coming to the SpaceTriplex venue will woken up by the choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė's Mozaika and the dance show Contemporary?, created at the Arts Printing House (Vilnius) and nominated as the Performing Arts Event of the Year. The creative teams of both shows will begin their performances at 9:15 am.

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    • 7-abrahamBrody.jpg Abraham Brody and "Trys Keturiose" to perform at Barbican Added2015.07.20

      On Friday 24 July 3-5pm a classically trained violinist, Abraham Brody draws from music and pagan rituals of Baltic and Slavic cultures and will perform with Lithuanian folk singers Trys Keturiose. The performance will take place at the Barbican Art Gallery (Barbican Centre, Silk Street, City of London EC2Y 8DS). This performance is generously supported by the Lithuanian Culture Institute.

       

       

       

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    • IMG_004.jpg MaLituanie with Baba Sissoko to perform at the Petworth Festival Added2015.07.13

      On 18 July MaLituanie together with Baba Sissoko will perform at the Petworth Festval that will run from 15 July to 1 August 2015. MaLituanie is a unique project performed by artists both from Lithuania and Mali. It easily and inseparably fuses the harmonies of traditional Malian and Lithuanian music, tells stories of wanderings and homesickness; of new experience in exotic lands, and the duty to preserve our cultural memory.

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    • Jewish Culture days in Zhagare Added2015.07.08

      Anyone who is interested in Lithuanian Jewish culture is most warmly welcomed to Zagare, a famous Jewish shtetl in the Northern Lithuania, where on September 9-11 Jewish Culture days will be held.

    • zalv.jpg Folkrock band Žalvarinis to perform at the Henley Music and Art Festival Added2015.07.07

      On 11 July Lithuania's best-known folk-rock band Žalvarinis will perform at the Henley Music and Art Festival. The festival by the Thames takes place 8-12 July 2015, culminating in a firework spectacular.

       

       

       

       

       

       

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    • 7-The Schwings Budreckyte.jpg The Schwings & Laura Budreckytė to perform at the Birmingham International Jazz and Blues Festival Added2015.07.07

      The jazz band The Schwings together with the vocalist Laura Budreckytė will perform at the Birmingham International Jazz and Blues Festival on 9, 10 and 11 July. Project is supported by The Lithuanian Council for Culture in cooperation with the Music Information Centre.

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    • 7-Ledbury.jpg Aivaras Veiknys - at the International Ledbury Poetry festival Added2015.07.07

      On 5 June the young Lithuanian poet Aivaras Veiknys presented his work at the biggest international poetry festival in Ledbury. Aivaras read his poetry at the festivals’ platform Versopolis which is a new European poetry project that is striving to get poets and their poetry heard outside of their mother language. The project is supported by the European Commission’s Creative Europe programme. The idea is that European festivals both nominate and receive poets to read at international festivals.Ledbury Poetry Festival is part of a international project to find the future and unsung poetry stars of Europe. Poets have their poems translated and published together with the opportunity to meet publishers, as well as audiences and potential readers.

       

       

       

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