Choir Music Concert Highlighted Program of Centennial Anniversary Celebrations in Prague
The program of celebratory events of the 100th anniversary of the Restoration of Lithuanian Statehood had one more spectacular adding.
The Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Prague in cooperation with the National Museum of the Czech Republic and its Czech Music Museum on October 18th invited the Prague audiences to the concert by the chamber music choir Aidija from Lithuania, conducted by Romualdas Gražinis. The concert is the part of the Prague program of centennial anniversary of the Restored Lithuanian Statehood.
Music by Lithuanian composers Gruodis, Gudavičius, Mažulis, Abarise, Gražinis, Narbutaite, Bartulis, Augustinas, and Kutavičius filled the beautiful space of the Museum hall.
On October 19th the choir Aidija alongside the organist Renata Marcinkute-Lesieur participated in the music festival Moravian Autumn with the Lithuanian and Czech program; there they have presented the oratorio by the Lithuanian composer Bronius Kutavicius Last Pagan Rites and the Symphony N 8 by the Czech author Miloslav Kabelac. The concert was also dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Lithuanian Statehood Restoration.