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folklore
1986– Folklore ensemble of Faculty of History, Vilnius University (folklore ensemble "Intakas", afterwards) (leader)
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1987–1990? Children folklore ensemble of Grigiškės Culture House (leader)
1986– Solo concerts (Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine, Sweden, Norway, UK), concerts with other folklore ensembles (Lithuania, GermanyPoland, Denmark, France, Hungary, Croatia)
folklore workshops
1989–1994, 2008 Vilnius (folklore festival "Skamba Skamba Kankliai")


At one of the SSK singing-together parties
Singing-together parties (songs from songbooks compiled by R.A.)
~1990 Kelmė (Lithuania; Ramuva workshop) Lithuanian traditional singing and Kanklės playing. Transcription of traditional music
1990 Stockholm Archipelago (Sweden; Folkpust Kedjan) Lithuanian traditional singing
1991–2000 Various places in Lithuania (workshops and events arranged by Lithuanian Folk Culture Centre, Vilnius Centre of Ethnic Activities, etc.) Lithuanian traditional singing (various topics)
1993– Rybaki, Doktorce, Wigry, Gawrych Ruda, Rajgród, Łukowiska nad Bugiem
(Poland; Ośrodek Bada
ń Muzykologicznych i Kulturowych Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej)
Lithuanian traditional singing
1994 Rybaki (Poland; Ośrodek Badań Muzykologicznych i Kulturowych Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej) Kanklės playing
2004 Palanga (Lithuania; workshop of Shool of Russian Traditional Music) Lithuanian traditional singing
folkrock
1987-1989 Folklore group of Vilnius JMK (Youth Music Club); member. It was a short-term folkrock project (but probably the first one in Lithuania). The group (as folk rock group "Namo") participated in Rock March, the largest event of rock music in renascent Lithuania.


Concert of Rock March
1999– Folkrock group "Atalyja" (member)

 
2004, Vilnius                        2007, Zarasai

more about "Atalyja"
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