‘intus’ (2017) released by Music Information centre Lithuania as part of Far Away but Ever Closer: Young Lithuanian Composers Abroad CD (currated musicologist by Edvardas Šumila).
Performed by Mark Hendry (double bass)
About the collection (LT): read
Ne bel’ kokia [SPENGLA] part of Note Lithuania: Folk / World 2018 collection.
Juta Pranulytė captures that peaceful flow in her composition, weaving an archaic chant into contemporary choral texture (Austė Nakienė)
Spatial act SPENGLA tours around Lithuania Spring 2019!
Supported by Lithuanian Council for Culture
I have been selected to be the next artistic director of DRUSKOMANIJA Contemporary Music Festival (Lithuania). The festival will take place in Vilnius and Druskininkai May 2019. Come and listen to some exciting new music!
Site-specific audiovisual interactive choral act ‘WATERS’ was premiered at Liepkalnis water reservoir (Vilnius) by girl choir “Liepaites”, October 6th, 2018.
Interactive visuals – Lukas Vytautas Dagilis.
Lights – Arvydas Buinauskas
“WATERS” is also supported by Vilnius Municipality.
⇒ Cheltenham Music Festival Composer Academy || a new work ‘BLONDE’ for Juice vocal ensemble ⇒ Darmstadt Summer Course!
SPATIAL ACT SPENGLA
for choir, drums, fiddles and folk vocal and dance groups
at Linkmenų menų fablikas, Vilnius
WATCH: about project by LRT TV
project supported by Vilnius Municipality and Lithuanian Council for Culture
Paulina Nalivaikaitė: „SPENGLA“: ERDVĖ IEŠKOJIMAMS
Goda Marija Gužauskaitė: „Spengla“ – raktas į lietuvių liaudies klodus
Spatial composition ‘FOUR MIRACLES OF ST. MUNGO’ for soloists, 3 choirs, organ and tape premiered on the May 26th, 2018, at the Glasgow Cathedral.
Work commissioned by the Glasgow Cathedral Choral Society
PAST: Glasgow Experimental Music Series: Cross / Bend / Canvases
May 19th, 2018, 2 PM at the Pipe Factory, Glasgow
Presented as a continuous theatrical show, Cross / Bend / Canvases features vivid and extreme new process pieces by Juta Pranulyte, benchmark group decision-making pieces by James Saunders, and Gregor Forbes’ open-form cello concerto ‘Canvases’. This concert is the biggest in the Glasgow Experimental Music to date, featuring around 20 musicians and including four world premieres.
‘Ave Regina Caelorum’ for soloist, mixed choir and string orchestra, commissioned by the Arkleston singers, was premiered on the 18th of May 2018 at the Lylesland Church, Paisley.
‘Libera me‘ for mixed choir published by Lithuanian Composers’ Union
“Juta’s piece [F, 2018], where it takes quite some time for a continuous tone of reinforced harmonics to emerge amidst the myriad tiny unpredictable rhythmic and timbral effects of the piano’s escapement mechanism and marginal sounds, it feels like concentrating hard enough, or having enough faith, to witness the miraculous; as though a veil is gradually removed and something bright and truthful becomes unconcealed” (RCS New Music Collective concert review by Gregor Forbes).
‘DIRT’ chamber opera was premiered in PLUG 2018 at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on the 9th of May!
‘Octo 716’ was selected for the Anthology of Lithuanian Art Music in the 21st Century
released by Music Information Centre Lithuania
In summer 2017 the composition ‘intus’ for double bass workshoped with and premiered by Tadeusz Wielecki at the ‘Synthetis’ International Summer Course, Poland.
‘THRESHOLD’ collaborative project, premiered at the Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, May 2017.