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2 June 2021

Pianist Kasparas Uinskas at Martha Argerich festival

Pianist Kasparas Uinskas is returning the festival of legendary pianist Martha Argerich in Hamburg. The concert will take place on 26th of June 7:30pm and Mr. Uinskas will perform together with another legend – cellist Alexander Kniazev. Together they will perform Sonata No. 1 for viola and piano by Johannes Brahms. (the sonata is rearranged by Alexander Kniazev for cello).

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6 January 2021

Solo recitals – pianist Kasparas Uinskas at Lithuanian concert halls

New Musical Generation is presenting  recital series of pianist Kasparas Uinskas at Lithuanian concert halls:

  • 16th of October – Klaipeda Concert Hall
  • 19th of October – Kaunas philharmonic
  • 21st of October – Lithuanian national philharmonic hall (the concert is moved from 3rd of March and all tickets are valid)

Pianist will present only Franz Liszt program. It will be a debut program for Lithuanian audiences. “I have a very broad repertoire and perform music of different composers and epochs, but I didn’t have a chance previously to work more with music of Franz Liszt. I chose only Liszt program on purpose, so listeners would have an opportunity to get more closer to the inner world of this genius composer.” – Uinskas says.

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3 September 2020

Pianist Yeol Eum Son will appear on the 21st of October

NMG is announcing, that due to covid-19 situation in the country the planned duo concert of pianist Evgeni Bozhanov and Yeol Eum Son for October 21st is changed to solo recital of pianist Yeol Eum Son. All bought tickets will be actual.

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“New Musical Generation” (NMG) is one of the leading performing arts organizations in Lithuania, presenting the most talented young musicians of classical music on an international scale. It works with a wide range of instrumentalists, including pianists, violinists and vocalists.

The mission of NMG is to present classical music on the highest level by constantly searching for new, young, exceptionally talented musicians; helping them to develop careers; and attracting new audiences to the concert hall, in particular young people.

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