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The State Wind Instruments Orchestra “Trimitas” announces the selection of the candidates for the position of artistic director-chief conductor

The description of work: to prepare and perform the orchestra’s artistic programs, plan the repertoire, look for artistic partners, expand the orchestra’s international activities.

Requirements attached in the description of the offered position.

A fixed-term employment contract is offered, the salary is from 5.04 to 12.1 of base salaries, depending on the work experience.

The confidentiality is guaranteed. Only the selected candidates will be informed.

Please send your CV and the application letter by e-mail info@trimitas.lt until 2021, January 28th.

New Trimitas stage clothes by Serge Ganjumian

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Spring Overture in Trakai Culture House

This time Trakai – Lithuanian Capital of Culture 2020 invites all Trakai and guests of the city to meet at the concert of Spring Wind Overture dedicated to Trakai. This unique concert will be performed only once in Lithuania – in the newly renovated hall of Trakai Culture House. The concert will be hosted by Leif Karlsson, Special Inspector of Music of the Swedish Armed Forces and member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music.

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Trimitas starts the season powerfully

Trimitas sezoną pradeda galingai

The State Wind Orchestra “Trimitas” will start the new season especially actively. For the first time in Lithuania, the wind orchestra and the internationally acclaimed percussion ensemble Giunter Percussion will appear together on one stage on September 24 at the Palace of the Grand Dukes in Vilnius and on October 3 at the Kaunas Philharmonic. During the year more collaborations are planned with famous Lithuanian and foreign performers.

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