“Inspired by the Muse”

2016 December 31 Past event
1 h. 40 min.
30 €, 40 €

Event start:
6:30 pm

Klaipėda Chamber Orchestra
Artistic Director Mindaugas Bačkus
Soloist Mūza Rubackytė (Lithuania / France / Switzerland)
Concert announcer Marijus Žiedas

Programme: Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Adolph Hasse 

Every creative personality derives inspiration from his or her own muse, which stimulates one’s artistic vision and abilities. Poets, writers, composers, artists and other artistic people are not alone in summoning muses for creative inspiration. Even if you are up to bake a delicious cake or tailor a superb suit, you cannot do without inspiration.
What then inspires Mūza Rubackytė? The artist who worships music with all her heartfelt devotion and talent responds: “Lithuania, my homeland, it gave me everything that I have. My constant returns help me replenish energy and inspiration.”
The virtuoso pianist is continuously on a roll, giving concerts all around Europe, both Americas, and Asia. “The stage is a moment of truth, here and now, regardless of what’s in the pianist’s heart at that moment and in what continent that stage is found. … The stage is my altar, ablaze with the holy fire.”
Her creative collaborations include the most acclaimed orchestras, conductors and soloists of the world. The Klaipėda Chamber Orchestra appreciates every possibility to accompany Mūza Rubackytė in pursuit of her creative vision and each time experience, in her own words, “the miraculous rebirth of a musical masterpiece.”
In the past few years, the pianist has returned every season to give concerts in Klaipėda where she is especially fond of meeting different people: “Close or distant, they are an irreplaceable source of our spiritual nourishment.”
Let’s see the New Year in together with our loved ones and wonderful music! Let’s celebrate the start of a New Year and get inspired by the Muse!
We wish you all peace, health and happiness in 2017! Open up for the timeless beauty of music!


Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Adolph Hasse