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VERSIJA NEĮGALIESIEMS

Orchestra

Lithuanian State Wind Orchestra „Trimitas“

The State Wind Orchestra “Trimitas” is a universal collective playing classical, contemporary, sacred, stage and jazz works. In collaboration with famous Lithuanian and foreign artists, composers and conductors, Trimitas performs works of both world and Lithuanian composers. Trumpet has performed with audiences in Bulgaria, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Finland, Sweden, Norway, France, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, Great Britain, Netherlands, Ireland, Germany, Iceland, China. He has recorded 12 records, 9 audio tapes, 9 CDs, and over 200 tracks for Lithuanian radio foundations.

The most famous Lithuanian wind orchestra of all time in 1957. was founded by the composer and conductor Vitas Žilius as a music collective of Vilnius Central Culture and Recreation Park. The revolutionary year for the orchestra was 1964, when maestro Romas Balčiūnas, known as the soul of the “Trimitas”, joined the orchestra’s conductor’s console for more than four decades. Theatrical parades with choreographic elements, show elements, and established classics have become the “business card” of his orchestra. 2009 chief conductor’s batuta was taken over by Ugnius Vaiginis.

During various periods the orchestra was conducted by Viktoras Aleksa (1961-1964), Ramutis Balčiūnas (1964-1977), Mindaugas Tamošiūnas (1977-1983), Lionginas Chiapas (1983-1987), Rimantas Pašiūnas (1987-1992). Romualdas Petraitis (April-November 1992), prof. Algirdas Budrys (1992-2004), Romualdas Barvainis (2004-2013), David Staponkus (2013-2018). Starting in 2018 the orchestra is led by prof. dr. Antanas Kučinskas.

Today’s Trimitas breaks down the stereotype of a band marching on the street and engages in collaborations of various genres with theater, dance, film, video art, initiating and commissioning new compositions, implementing music publishing, educational projects, conductor seminars and more.


Wind instruments

Flutes, oboes, basson

Rūta Plančiūnaitė-Zubrienė
Ieva Kašėtienė
Virginijus Skudas
Vilius Pocius
Alfredas Kačanauskas

Clarinets

Rimvydas Savickas
Marius Kavaliauskas
Paulius Petronis
Petras Vaitekutis
Tomas Matkus
Kęstutis Abaris
Artūras Kažimėkas
Lukas Kašėta

Saxophones

Vytautas Petrauskas
Vygantas Guobys
Linas Klebauskas
Robertynas Vainoras

Trombones,  euphoniums

Rimantas Valančauskas
Židrūnas Kavalskis
Audrius Barvydis
Arūnas Muliarčikas

 

Valdas Stanaitis
Danielius Daubaras

French horns, tubas

Jevgenij Vorona
Mindaugas Kreivys
Donatas Balkevičius
Vladimir Šoch
Darius Meduneckis
Rimantas Rutkauskas

Trumpets

Linas Rupšlaukis
Aretas Baranauskas
Augustinas Malikėnas
Rimvydas Gagiškis
Valerijus Lukjanovas
Indrė Jonaitytė
Robertas Vasilevskis
Andrius Stankevičius

Percussion

Percussion-Rhythm section  

Arvydas Vainius
Darius Pašiūnas
Almantas Puidokas
Giedrius Gricius
Gediminas Alekna
Darjuš Loznikov
Mindaugas Balčiūnas