Lithuanian sutartinė masterclass. Brigita Bublytė
12.10.2023 – 14.10.2023
BRIGITA BUBLYTĖ (Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre)
12 October @10.30-12.15 in Blackbox
13 October @10.00-12.00 and 13.00-15.00 in C-405
14 October @10.00-13.00 in C-405
Singer and actress Brigita Bublytė studied guitar and singing at the Balys Dvarionas School of Music in Vilnius, later singing and acting at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. In 2005 she has graduated from the Academy with a MA in acting. In 2009 she attended Thomas Clements’ master courses of canto difónico in Barcelona, in 2010-2011 the courses of the Fundación Cristina Heeren de Arte Flamenco in Seville. Since 1995 she was a teacher of singing and breathing techniques at the Yamaha Music School in Vilnius. Since 2002 she has been on the faculties of the Vilnius College of Higher Education, also leading numerous workshops on singing and breathing.
Brigita Bublytė has performed main roles in rock operas by Kęstutis Antanėlis and Arūnas Navakas: Juliet in “Love and Death in Verona” (based on William Shakespeare’s play, directed by Eimuntas Nekrošius), and Solveig in “Peer Gynt” (directed by Ignas Jonynas). She collaborated with a Lithuanian jazz legend Vladimir Chekasing for a long time, appearing with his musical-theatrical projects at the festivals in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, Russia, Byelorussia, Lithuania. Now she participates in an international project “Siete Impresiones Sinfónicas” with the percussionist Leonard Gincberg and the organist Wolfgang Seifen, performing at the festivals of improvised music in Germany and Spain. As a soloist, she performed at the Flamenco en Alamillo festival, Spain, in 2010 and 2011.
Besides, her creative activities include songwriting and collaborating in various projects of musical theatre as a librettist and director. In 2000 she has staged her own musical, “A Night Out”, at the international theatre festival in Bratislava, Slovakia. She has also created musical theatre performances “Closed Party” (together with Jūratė Paulėkaitė and Dainius Gavenonis; staged at the Oskaras Koršunovas Theatre in 2008), “A Wife, a Goddess”, and “A Cat Who Has Lived One Million Lives”.