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24 June 2017

NMG IS PRESENTING II INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL INTERMEZZO

New musical generation is presenting II International festival of classical music Intermezzo, which will take place from 24th to 29th of October in Vilnius at Gariunai Business and culture centre and will include 5 concerts. All concerts are with free admission, but with prior registration via e-mail: info@nmgeneration.com

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1 June 2017

Legendary cellist Alexander Kniazev and pianist Kasparas Uinskas at Kaunas Philharmonic

Legendary cellist Alexander Kniazev is coming back to Lithuania for his concert with pianist Kasparas Uinskas. The concert will take place on the 23rd of October at Kaunas Philharmonic. Program is dedicated to Johannes Brahms. Artists will perform two sonatas, originally written to clarinet and some of his songs. Duo is preparing this program for a recording and CD release. Kaunas public will be able to hear this program first.

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5 January 2017

The winner of International Tchaikovsky Competition – cellist Andrei Ionita will appear at Lithuanian Concert Halls

One of the greatest todays cellist and the winner of the International Tchaikovsky cello competition in Moscow (2015) Andrei Ioniţă will perform in Lithuanian concert halls in the upcoming April. He will appear – on the 24th of April at Klaipėda Concert Hall, on the 25th – at Kaunas Philharmonic and on the 26th at Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall in Vilnius. Cellist will perform together with Lithuanian pianist Kasparas Uinskas.

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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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