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Slauna mūsų giminėlė. Concert of various folk ensembles from Vilnius

May 26th (Saturday) at 12.00
S. Daukantas square

 

“Slauna mūsų giminėlė” invites you to discover different folk ensembles gathered in Vilnius city: “Tyklė”, “Ūla”, “Vilnelė”, “Laukis”, “Sedula”, “Dzūkuliai”, “Vija”, “Labingis”.

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Person and Folklore. Academic conference

May 22nd (Tuesday) 16.00–18.40
At the Institute of Lithuanian Literature and Folklore (Antakalnio str. 6)

From 15.30 – registration, coffee, reviews of folklore publications and
I part:
16.00–17.30 Moderator Dr. Austė Nakienė
16.00 Greetings of Dr. Aušra Martišiūtė Linartienė, director of the Institute of Lithuanian Literature and Folklore, and Milda Ričkutė, director of Vilnius Ethnic Culture Centre
16.15 Dr. Rūta Žarskienė. Lithuanian Folklore Archive’s Database and its creators
16.40 Gražina Kadžytė. Informants and Collectors of Lithuanian Folklore Archive’s Database
17.00 val. Dr. Jurga Sadauskienė. The Therapy of Folklore. Folklorism outside the stage
17.20–17.40 Coffee time
II part:
17.40–18.40 Moderator Gražina Kadžytė
17.40 Dr. Ainė Ramonaitė. The Figures of Networking in the Ethnic Culture Movement
18.00–18.40 Round table. The Signs of Folklore at the Personal Experiences. Participants: leaders and members of folk ensembles, researchers of folklore

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May 25th (Friday)

The Bastion of Vilnius City Wall (Bokšto str. 20)

 

Lithuanian multipart songs Sutartinės will be the core of three events taking place at the Bastion of Vilnius City Wall. Sutartinės is a polyphonic singing tradition inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Skambanti bastėja. Lithuanian multipart songs at the museum

At 18.00, citizens and guests of Vilnius will have an opportunity to explore the museum while listening to the subtle sounds of Sutartinės.

Sutartinių takas

At 19.00, in the surroundings of the Bastion of Vilnius City Wall settles another event dedicated to the beauty of Sutartinės, Sutartinių takas. This year, when Lithuania celebrates a Centenary of the Restoration of the State, we tend to think about the significance of the past to our present times. Thus, trying to find out how Sutartinės relate the past and the present, it was decided to organize the event in one of the most beautiful places in Vilnius with a spectacular view to the Old town.

Vilnius mūsų tėvyna. Collective singing of Sutartinės

At 20.00, everyone will be invited to gather together in the courtyard of the Bastion where a collective circle of Sutartinės is going to take place and everyone will be welcome to participate.

 

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Čiulba čiulbutis. Concert of solo and duo performers
May 25th (Friday) 18.00
St. Catherine’s Church (Vilniaus str. 30)

The concert of solo performers has already become a tradition of the festival. The event represents monophonic songs that make a major part of Lithuanian folklore. These songs are tender, lyrical, usually sad, expressing the deepest emotions. The most important feature of monophonic songs is the unity of melody and lyrics. The lyrics bring out the life of nature, secret human dramas, troubles and longings. We will also have an opportunity to listen to a couple of duos.
Solo performances highlight the singularity of every singer. The concert will introduce children performers and experienced musicians such as Rytis Ambrazevičius, Veronika Povilionienė, Marija Arasimavičienė and others.

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May 25th (Friday)

The Bastion of Vilnius City Wall (Bokšto str. 20)

 

Lithuanian multipart songs Sutartinės will be the core of three events taking place at the Bastion of Vilnius City Wall. Sutartinės is a polyphonic singing tradition inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Skambanti bastėja. Lithuanian multipart songs at the museum

At 18.00, citizens and guests of Vilnius will have an opportunity to explore the museum while listening to the subtle sounds of Sutartinės.

Sutartinių takas

At 19.00, in the surroundings of the Bastion of Vilnius City Wall settles another event dedicated to the beauty of Sutartinės, Sutartinių takas. This year, when Lithuania celebrates a Centenary of the Restoration of the State, we tend to think about the significance of the past to our present times. Thus, trying to find out how Sutartinės relate the past and the present, it was decided to organize the event in one of the most beautiful places in Vilnius with a spectacular view to the Old town.

Vilnius mūsų tėvyna. Collective singing of Sutartinės

At 20.00, everyone will be invited to gather together in the courtyard of the Bastion where a collective circle of Sutartinės is going to take place and everyone will be welcome to participate.

 

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