CLOSING CONCERT - JONATHAN BASS
Aug
3
7:00 PM19:00

CLOSING CONCERT - JONATHAN BASS

Saturday, August 3, at 7 pm at the Museum of Applied Arts 

JONATHAN BASS, American Pianist, plays ALL -CHOPIN

Program: 

Barcarolle, Op. 60

Preludes, Op. 28

Scherzo No. 4 in E Major, Op. 54

 American pianist Jonathan Bass appears frequently throughout the United States and around the world as soloist and chamber musician.  Of his 1994 Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall debut, New York Concert Review wrote, “A technical presence to be reckoned with…soaring with a feeling of lyrical discovery.”  He has performed with numerous orchestras, including the Boston Pops and the North Carolina Symphony. Bass was awarded First Prize in the 1993 Joanna Hodges International Piano Competition, the 1984 American National Chopin Competition, and the 1989 American Pianists Association Beethoven Fellowship Competition.  He is a regular presence at Symphony Hall and Jordan Hall in Boston, and at Tanglewood. His solo and chamber music recording have received high acclaim from Gramophone Magazine. Internationally, has performed in China, Israel, Japan, Poland, Spain, and Russia.  A Juilliard graduate and Steinway Artist, Bass is a Professor of Piano at Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

“A spectacular display of piano virtuosity”  - Boston Music Intelligencer

 

“Superb, commanding playing.  He has technique to burn but prefers to drive the music with colour and a striking ability to connect inner harmonic details”  - Gramophone Magazine

 

“His performance was one of remarkable range and imagination, not to mention thoughtfulness and soul.”  -- San Jose Mercury News

 

“A technical presence to be reckoned with….soaring with a feeling of lyrical discovery.”  --  New York Concert Review

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STUDENTS CONCERT
Aug
2
7:00 PM19:00

STUDENTS CONCERT

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Penktadieni, Rugpjūčio 2 d. 19 val.

Friday, August 2, 7 PM

 

Vivace Vilnius Festivalio dalyvių koncertas

Concert by Vivace Vilnius participants

 

 

Taikomosios dailes ir dizaino muziejus

Museum of Applied Art and Design

Arsenalo 3A

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MEMOIRS / ATSIMINIMAI
Aug
1
6:00 PM18:00

MEMOIRS / ATSIMINIMAI

  • VVGŽM Tolerancijos centras ir Samuelio Bako muziejus (map)
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Ketvirtadienį, Rugpjūčio 1 d. 18 val.

Thursday, August 1, 6 PM

VVGŽM Tolerancijos centras ir

Samuelio Bako muziejus

VGSJM Tolerance Center &

Samuel Bak Museum

Address: Naugarduko g.10/2, Vilnius

www.jmuseum.lt

Programa

Philip Glass, Opening from Glassworks

Simonas Miknius, fortepijonas / piano


Anatolijus Senderovas, Cantus In memoriam Jascha Heifetz

Maurice Ravel, Tzigane

Saule Buikaite, smuikas / violin


John Williams, 3 Pieces from Schindler’s List

Konrad Levicki smuikas / violin & Lauryna Lankutyte fortepijonas / piano


Stanislovas Moniuška, Mazurka iš operos "Baisusis Dvaras"

Jurgis Kubilius, Sonata fortepijonui

Ieva Dudaite, fortepijonas / piano

NOTE: 16.30 – 17.30 - 4:30 pm - 5:30 PM

Open lecture in the Samuel Bak museum, Naugarduko St. 10/2, Vilnius

The Neuroesthetics of Visual Thinking Strategies

Christopher J.  Yuskaitis, Erin  E. Wederbrook  Yuskaitis (USA)

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ARTS AND NEUROLOGY: CLINICAL PRACTICE AND RESEARCH
Aug
1
9:30 AM09:30

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ARTS AND NEUROLOGY: CLINICAL PRACTICE AND RESEARCH

Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine

Institute of Clinical Medicine Clinic of Children‘s Diseases, Clinic of Psychiatry

Institute of Health Sciences,  Department of Rehabilitation, Physical and Sports Medicine

Lithuanian Music Therapy Association

Society of Social Pediatrics of Lithuania

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

ARTS AND NEUROLOGY: CLINICAL PRACTICE AND RESEARCH

1 August, 2019

M.K. Čiurlionio 21/27,  Vilnius

 

 PROGRAM

9.30  - 10.00

Registration  of the participants

10.00 -  10.15

OPENING OF THE CONFERENCE

10.15  - 11.00

Prof. dr. Phillip L. Pearl, Harvard Medical school (USA)

 THE NEUROLOGY OF  CREATIVITY

11.00  - 11.45

Christopher J. Yuskaitis, Erin E. Wederbrook Yuskaitis

Boston Children‘s Hospital  (USA)

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF SYNESTHESIA

11.45  -  12.30

Prof. dr. Suzanne B. Hanser,  Berklee College of Music (USA)

INTEGRATIVE HEALTH THROUGH MUSIC THERAPY

12.30  -   13.00 

Coffee Break

13.00  -  13.45

Assoc. prof. dr. Lisa Wong,  

Harvard medical school, Boston Children‘s Hospital (USA)

IMPORTANCE OF  MUSIC IN PEDIATRIC PRACTICES

13.45 -  14.15

Assoc. prof.  dr. Vilmante Aleksienė, Vilnius University & Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater, Assoc. prof. dr. Audronė Brazauskaitė, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences

INITIATIVES OF MUSIC THERAPY & ART THERAPY RESEARCH IN LITHUANIA

14.15  - 15.00

Prof. dr. Phillip L. Pearl,  Harvard Medical school (USA)

 NEUROLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF MUSICAL MASTERS

15.00  -  15.30

Plenary discusion. Closing of the conference.

16.30 – 17.30

Open lecture in the Samuel Bak museum, Naugarduko St. 10/2, Vilnius

The Neuroesthetics of Visual Thinking Strategies

Christopher J.  Yuskaitis, Erin  E. Wederbrook  Yuskaitis (USA)

Official language of the conference: English.

Participants: medical doctors of all specialities, arts therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists,  speech-language therapists, psychologists, special educators, social workers, nurses. 

Conference is supported by  Vilnius Universty Science Development Fund

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IT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF OPERA!
Jul
30
7:00 PM19:00

IT'S A WONDERFUL WORLD OF OPERA!

Antradienį, Liepos 30 d. 19 val.

Tuesday, July 30, 7 PM

It’s a Wonderful World of OPERA! / Tas nuostabusis operos pasaulis

VILIJA KUPREVIČIENĖ

Sopranas / soprano (LIETUVA / LITHUANIA)

ALEKSANDRA ŽVIRBLYTĖ

Fortepijonas / piano (LIETUVA / LITHUANIA)

Taikomosios Dailės ir Dizaino Muziejus (Arsenalo g. 3A)

Museum of Applied Arts and Design

 

  

 

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