31 December 2022, 7pm
Duration: 2 hours
Price: €24,00 - €54,00
Venue: Vilniaus lenkų kultūros namai, Naugarduko g. 76
Soloist / Soloists Ona Kolobovaitė, Ieva Prudnikovaitė ir Evelina Sašenko
Orchestra Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Gintaras Rinkevičius

Concert Programme 

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During the beautiful period of winter holidays, the Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra shall present a new project. Three vocal goddesses – Ona Kolobovaitė, Ieva Prudnikovaitė and Evelina Sašenko – will shine on the stage. Very well-known to the audiences, some of the most prominent Lithuanian singers, together with the Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestro Gintaras Rinkevičius, will prepare a special program for this evening, which shall be filled with episodes from the best musicals and pop classics of all time.

Ona Kolobovaitė is a charming soprano, who in 2010 graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre where she studied with prof. Sigutė Stonytė.  Back in 2009 O. Kolobovaitė won the Golden Voice competition "The Arch of Triumph", later created roles at the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre, in Giedrius Kuprevičius' musical "Fire Hunt with Beaters" and elsewhere. 

Temperamental Ieva Prudnikovaitė is one of the most famous Lithuanian mezzo-sopranos, who also conquered the stages of foreign opera houses. Graduate of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, I. Prudnikovaitė became the winner of the International Singers' Competition in Cologne (Germany). In 2008-2014  I. Prudnikovaitė was a soloist with the Aalto Opera House in Essen (Germany). One of the most prominent roles created by the singer is Carmen in G. Bizet opera “Carmen” (2009), for which I. Prudnikovaitė won the “Operos Švyturiai” award as the opera soloist of the year.

Evelina Sašenko, the owner of the velvet voice, will also be heard on the stage. After graduating from jazz vocal studies at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, the singer has successfully participated in many different competitions, festivals and projects, such as “Love Stories by Edith Piaff”, “Chopin Jazz Inn” and “All That Cabaret”.