August 15, Tuesday

St. Casimir’s Church, 19:00

DANIEL SCHMAHL (trumpet, Germany)

The life of Aleksandra and Juozas Kazickas was filled with tests of will. Also, of love, respect and hope. Neither the difficult years in exile or war, or ultimately, having to flee their homeland extinguished this couple’s trust in one another. Their strength in unity helped them create a new life filled with hope. The Kazickas couple believed that “a person feels happy when they create a better life not just for themselves, but for others as well: their family, people they work with, and by extension – their city and country”. A good example is the Sacred Music Hours cycle, where thanks to the support of these beacons of goodwill, everyone can find respite for the soul in the depths of music. 

Organist Karolina Juodelytė and trumpet player Daniel Schmahl who are organising this concert for the eminent philanthropists are themselves bright stars on the international competition circuit, playing on the most famous stages and appearing with the most important national and foreign orchestras. Their programme will reveal the true colours of different epochs and feature the timelessly popular Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Johann Sebastian Bach. 

Programme features works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Tomaso Albinoni, Georg Wagenseil ir kt.

Free admission