16 May 2020, 12pm
Duration: 1 hour
Price: €4,00 - €11,00
Venue: Vilnius Congress Hall (Vilniaus Str. 6-1, Vilnius)
Choir Performed by the choirs of the Vilnius choral singing school “Liepaitės”:
Choir Choir of early musical education (dir. Justina Kuliūnienė)
Choir 1st Grade Choir (dir. Diana Mickevičiūtė)
Choir 2nd Grade Choir (dir. Nina Timofejeva)
Choir 3rd Grade Choir (dir. Jurgita Dirgėlaitė)
Choir Younger Junior Choir (dir. Edita Jaraminienė)
Choir Elder Junior Choir (dir. Audronė Steponavičiūtė-Zupkauskienė)
Choir Girls’ Choir (dir. Jolita Vaitkevičienė)


Programme includes works for choir by Lithuanian and foreign composers.

This spring, the choirs of Vilnius Choral Singing School "Liepaitės" will invite listeners to a concert of the most beautiful works of Lithuanian and foreign composers. “Liepaitės” is not only a choir and music school with many years of tradition, it is a way of life and communication with a peculiar bright and positive spirit. Founded in 1964, the girls' choir quickly became one of the benchmarks of the children's choir movement due to its artistic expression. Today, “Liepaitės” Vilnius Choral Singing School has firm roots in Lithuanian cultural life. "Liepaitės" perform in the most prominent concert halls, the girls' voices obey the most famous Lithuanian conductors Juozas Domarkas, Gintaras Rinkevičius, Robertas Šervenikas, Modestas Pitrėnas, Martynas Staškus, Modestas Barkauskas. The repertoire of the choirs ranges from Lithuanian folk songs to large-scale works with orchestras, which they perform in Lithuania and throughout Europe.


  • 20% off for senior and disabled people. Valid for two tickets when purchased at the Vilnius Congress Hall Box Office upon providing a valid identity document.
  • 20% off for groups. Valid for groups of 20 or more people. The organiser of the group gets two complimentary tickets to the concert attended by the group.

Discounts do not apply for standing-room and additional-seat tickets.

An extra charge of 1 euro by Tiketa UAB is excluded (discount not applicable).