Liudas Mikalauskas (born, 1985. Taurage 11 October) - singer (bass), Lithuanian Musicians' Union, Kaunas State Musical Theater soloist and winner of many international competitions.
In 1992-2004 studied Tukums "Jovaras" Avg. school;
1993-2004 - Cesis student creative center Romuald Eičo singing class;
Since 2005 studying Lithuanian Music and Theater Academy Kaunas Faculty of the Department of Singing (doc. Sabino Martinaitytė class);
2007 internship at the UK Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama "
2009 Lithuanian Music and Theater Academy Kaunas Faculty singing Bachelor's degree and is pursuing postgraduate studies in vocal pedagogy and fields.
Works in Kaunas State Musical Theater, as well as providing the role of Klaipeda State Musical Theater and the Grand St. Poznań Moniuška name Opera House.
Participated in international festivals in the sixteenth międzynarodowy Festiwal młodych laureatów konkursów muzycznych (Poland, 2006), "międzynarodowy XVII Festiwal muzyki i kameralnej organ" (Poland, 2007), "III, nationwide promotional Festival" (Poland, 2007) X Festiwal "Ave Maria" (Poland, Czeladz, 2009), as well as the largest in Eastern Europe, International J. Kiepura name Festival (Poland, 2009).
Lithuania is invited to participate in these festivals: Pažaislis International Music Festival (Kaunas), the International Summer Festival Tytuvenai (TYTUVĖNAI), the International Thomas Mann festival (Nida), the International Christopher Summer Festival (Vilnius), the International festival "Operetta in Kaunas Castle" (Kaunas).
Frequently invited to a concert with the Kaunas Symphony Orchestra, St..Christopher Chamber Orchestra, the Camerata Klaipeda Chamber Orchestra, the Warsaw National Opera Symphony Orchestra, the Poznan Opera House Symphony Orchestra, Slaska Katowice Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Sudecka.
Participated in various master classes and seminars. Internship at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (UK, 2007).
Concerts in Lithuania, Poland, Estonia, Ukraine, Russia, Germany, Great Britain.
2008 September - December. participated in the LRT music project "Arch of Triumph," which the winner, won 50 thousand. LTL and the "Golden Voice of the title.
2009. August - December. TV3 attended professional dance project "Dance with Me" with five times ten dance champion Gintare Slausgalviene and won second place.
A total of 12 singing competitions's prize, the Grand Prix or other. Award winner, including:
2005- Republican Zeno Paulauskas Young Singers Competition 1st place winner
2006 - Second International Academic young vocalists singing competition "Grand Prix winner (Kohtla-Jarve, Estonia);
2006 - Minister of KM Prize "for the best professional art in 2006 debut;
2006 - VII-th International I. Jurjevas name singers contest 2nd place winner (Tallinn, Estonia);
2007 - Second tarptautautinio singing contest "Window to Europe" grand prize winner (St. Petersburg, Russia);
2007 - VIII-th International I. Jurjevas name singers competition for th Prize (Tallinn, Estonia);
2008 - International Singers Competition "XXI Century" grand prize winner (Kiev, Ukraine);
2008 - The Second International, Adam Diduros Opera Singers contest for the anniversary of prize winner (Poland);
2008 - LTV musical project "Arch of Triumph 'winner;
2009 - Kaunas municipal 600 years Anniversary Medal for the glorification of Kaunas;
2009- Cesis District Chief Honor of Merit Tukums County ";
2009 - XIII th International Ada Sari Singers Competition II-nd prize and the best performed song cycle winner (Poland).
Liudas Mikalauskas official website: www.mikalauskas.eu
Opera "Queen Bona" (Davainis)
Opera "Dwarf Nose" (Duke)
Mass in B minor
Symphony No.9 in D minor, op. 125
Coronation Mass in C, Op 51
St. Matthew Passion
Oratorio „Lux Aeterna“
Mass in C major
"Messa di Gloria"
„Lucia di Lammermoor“ (Raimondo)
"Andrea Chenier" (Pietro Fleville)
"Romeo and Juliet" (Father Lorenzo)
"Magic Flute" (Papagena)
„La nozze di Figaro“ (Figaro)
"La Serva padrona" (Uberto)
"The Barber of Seville" (Don Basil)
"La Traviata" (Marquess)
The opening of the Pazaislo festival in Kaunas, Lithuania 2011