"The Martyrdom of Peter Ohey" bu S. Mrozek, dir. D. Rabasauskas. Musically saturated theatre play - from live performances to audio spatial warping and psychoacoustics. Main "Anthem" theme is in the SoundCloud embedded frame below.
"Two Pigeons" performed by Lithuanian National Symphony orchsetra, folk group "OIntakas" and jazz vocal group "Jazz Island" in Vilnius filharmonic hall, condusted by Modestras Pitrenas. This was a part of the celebration of Lithuanian independence day - February the 16th.
from lef to right: A. Navakas, J. Jurkunas, A. Martinaitis, A. Klova, M. Pitrenas, R. Pruseviciene, R. Ambrazevicius, Z. Bruzaite, V. Umbrasas, R. Mazulis, G. Simulaitis, A. Novikas
"100 Springtimes" performed by trio Claviola in Klaipeda Drama Theatre opening ceremony.
Music for Vilnius International Film Festival (Vilnius IFF) “Kino Pavasaris” new ident.
140th aniversary of Arnold Schoenberg. "Complete Collection of Schoemberg's Tone Rows" - for choir, electric organ and tape. Joint creation with Antanas Kucinskas. First performance in Vilnius' V. Kasiulis art museum, 2014, October 16, as part of the international musicological conference “Modernisation in the Music of Eastern Europe (1900–1940): The Perspective of Paratactic Comparativism”.
P. Zelenka's play "Tales of Common Insanity" in Klaipėda. Dirrected by Darius Rabašauskas, set design by Anželika Šulcaitė, music by Jonas Jurkūnas. More info here:
Two Lied Songs - a new recording from the concert of European Lied Forum, Vilnius 2014.
"What is this all about". Anna BÜRK (soprano), Robertas LOZINSKIS (fortepiano); music: Jonas Jurkunas, lyrics: Gintaras Grajauskas, translation: Jonas Jurkunas.
"I was looking through the window". Veronika Anusca (soprano), Andra Demidov (fortepiano); music: Jonas Jurkunas, lyrics: Gintaras Grajauskas, translation: Jonas Jurkunas.
New film scoring session for “The Queen of England Stole My Parents” – (a movie by Ernestas Jankauskas) was held in Vilnius on September 2013. Premiere of the film is due on October 2013. Here’s a move’s Facebook page:
New music for theatre play “Lunacharsky’s Amusemet Park” (written by K. Dragunskaya), dirrected by D. Rabašausas, premiered in Klaipėda city theatre. Premiered in 2013 06 05.
K. Žaldokaitė performing remix of G. F. Handel's "Ombra mai fu" - the main theme in "Lunacharsky" - in the construction site of Klaipėda Drama Theatre.
A new work forming part of the project to complete Bach’sOrgelbüchlein for organ solo is going to be premiered at“Spitalfields Music” Wintner Festival, London, St Peter-ad-Vincula, Tower of London on December 8th.
music written for a theatre play “From the Red Rat to the Green Star” by A. Slapovsky, dirr. D. Rabašauskas, Kaunas Small Theatre, 2012
vocals – Kristina Žaldokaitė
synthesizers, esperanto lyrics – Jonas Jurkūnas