Ieva Gaidamavičiūtė began to study music at the art school in Klaipėda, in 2008 she graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre as the choirmaster.

Ieva Gaidamavičiūtė is in constant demand as a performer of early and classical music and is equally active in the field of contemporary music. She is also a member of Lithuanian chamber choir “Brevis”. Singer has performed at music festivals in Lithuania, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Russia, France, Spain, Belgium, etc. and has appeared as a soloist and choir member with symphony and chamber orchestras, under the direction of Sylvain Cambreling, Michael Andreas Gielen, Joshard Daus, Placido Domingo and Lithuanian conductors, including Juozas Domarkas, Saulius Sondeckis, Donatas Katkus, Martynas Staškus, Modestras Pitrėnas and Robertas Šervenikas in Lithuania.

A singer has made many recordings for Lithuanian Radio, has sung in the concerts for  Euroradio translations.







Renata Dubinskaite studied Art History and Theory at Vilnius Academy of Art, in 2002 gained a Master Degree. In 2011 she gained a degree of Doctor of Humanitarian Sciences at the Lithuanian Culture Research Institute. Dubinskaite started her musical career in 2009, in 2015 she finished her solo singing studies at the Lithuanian Music and Theatre Academy (professor Vladimiras Prudnikovas).

Since 2010 she constantly performs in the „Duo Barocco“ and together with the Ensemble of the Lithuanian National Philharmonic House „Musica Humana“, she sang with the St. Christopher’s Chamber Music Orchestra, Belarussian State Chamber Orchestra and other orchestras under the conduction of Saulius Sondeckis, Algirdas Vizgirda, Vaclovas Augustinas and others, she also performed concerts in France and Switzerland. Among her opera roles she performed in a staged version of Pergolesi’s “Stabat Mater“, Holofernes in Antonio Vivaldi’s „Juditha Triumphans“, Xerxe in G.F. Handel’s opera „Xerxe“, a role in the opera pastiche  “Gallant Baroque of Casanova”. She performed alto parts in J.S. Bach’s „Magnificat“, A. Vivaldi’s „Gloria“, „Magnificat“ and „Nissi Dominus“ etc.

Dubinskaitė participated in several early music mastercourses: Sable Academy of Early Music and Dance (Sable and Prague, 2011, prof. Julie Hassler), Baroque opera mastercourses in Copenhagen (2014, prof. Paul Eswood) and Vilnius (prof. Julie Hassler, 2012, Vincent Dumestre, 2014), she also participated in singing mastercourses in Berlin (2011) and Gotenburg (Sweden, 2013).  She is the winner of Vincė Jonuškaitė-Zaunienė Singers Competition (2014, Vilnius) and Tiit Kuusik International Lied Competition (Parnu, Estonia, 2012).

Since 2010 Dubinskaitė is an active organiser of early music events, she has organised a number of early music concerts in Lithuania (of Vilnius based ensembles „Duo Barocco“, „Affectus“, „Concertino delle donne“) and educational events. In  2014 she was a manager of the International Early Music Festival “Banchetto Musicale”. Since the establishment of „Canto Fiorito“ in 2013 she is a manager of the ensemble. 







Mezzosoprano Saulė Šerytė studied in the National Art Gymnasium of M. K. Čiurlionis, in 1998 she graduated with the Master Degree of solo singing from Graz University of Music and Performing Arts (Austria). At the doctoral studies in Lithuanian Music and Theatre Academy (2010-2014) she wrote a thesis “Italian and French Ornaments in Baroque Vocal Music: Comparative Analysis of Historical Resources” and received a doctor degree. Since 2014 she teaches solo singing in the same institution.

Šerytė sang with Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, St. Christopher Chamber Orchestra, Belorussian Chamber Orchestra and other orchestras under the direction ofJustus Fanz, Rolf Beck, Saulius Sondeckis, Vaclovas Augustinas, and with the Ensemble of Lithuanian National Philharonic House „Musica Humana“ under the direction of Algirdas Vizgirda. She constantly performs with ensembles “Duo Barocco“ and „Affectus“. Besides Lithuania, Šerytė performed in festivals and concerts  in Austria, Slovenia, Russia, France and Switzerland. She sang Bradamante in Handel’s „Alcina“, the Third Lady in Mozart’s „Magic Flute“, Marcelina in Mozart’s „Marriage of Figaro“, several roles in Purcell’s „Dido“, also alto parts in Handel’s „Messiah“, Pergolesi’s „Stabat Mater“, Vivaldi’s „Gloria“, Haydn’s masses etc. Šerytė often performs programs of lied.

Šerytė participated in the mastercourses in Netherlands (1993 and 1996), Italy (prof. Daniel Ferro, 1996 and 1999), Slovenia (2000 and 2002), Sablé Academy of Early Music and Dance in Sable (2011) and in Prague (prof. Julie Hassler, 2011), also in early music mastercourses in Vilnius (2012) with prof. Julie Hassler. Šerytė won a special prize of the competition „Wagner forum Graz“ (1996) and became a winner Tiit Kuusik International Lied Competition (Parnu, Estonia, 2012).







 In 1995–2001 tenor Algirdas Bagdonavičius studied Economics at Vilnius University (Master Degree). In 2001–2009 he studied solo singing (prof. Vytautas Juozapaitis) at the Lithuanian Music and Theatre Academy (Licentiate of Arts). Since 2010 he also sings as a countertenor (altino).

In 2005 and 2006 Bagdonavičius participated in summer festivals „Oper Oder Spree“ (Germany). He started his operatic career in 2006 at the 50 year anniversary‘s performance of the Lithuanian Opera of Chicago. Since 2006 he is a soloist of Panevėžys Music Theatre, since 2007 a guest soloist of Klaipėda State Music Theatre, since 2012 a soloist of the Baltic Chamber Opera Theater. Since 2009 he teaches solo singing in the Faculty of Arts of the Vilnius University of Applied Sciences.

Among other roles Bagdonavičius sang Ottone in Monteverdi‘s opera "Coronation of Poppea", Cesar‘s role in Handel‘s opera “Gulio Cesare”, a role in the „Baroque Opera Pastiche“, Siebel in Gounod‘s opera “Faust”, also sang a role in Yijie Wang‘s opera in Germany. He sang alto and countertenor parts in Vivaldi‘s “Stabat Mater”, Bach‘s “Magnificat” and “St. Jonh‘s Passion”, Vivaldi’s “Juditha Triumphans” and other concert performances.

Soloist constantly attends vocal master classes. Over the last couple of years he participated in Steglitzer Tage für alte Musik (Berlin) and studied under professors Andris Veismanis (Latvia), Barbro Marklund-Petersone (Norway), Buddug Verona-James (UK), Raminta Lampsatis (Germany, Lithuania), Mark Tucker (UK), Alessandro Pagliazzi (Italy), David Gowland (UK), Laura Sarti (UK), Roberto Balconi (Italy). In 2011 he won the 2nd prize of the V International Chamber Singers Competition “Beatričė” in Vilnius. 







Nerijus Masevičius started his musical career in Kaunas where he studied cello at the Juozas Naujalis Music Gymnasium. Later he took on choral conducting at the Juozas Gruodis Conservatory. He also obtained diplomas of vocal performance and choir conducting at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre.

Masevičius specialises in baroque and contemporary music, but often sings different pieces from the classical repertoire as well. He is an active concert performer, he has performed with a number of orchestras, including Lithuanian and St. Christopher’s Chamber Orchestra, Lithuanian National and State Symphony Orchestra, Kaunas Symphony Orchestra, chamber orchestra of Oristano (Italy), as well as with the ensembles Musica Humana, Banchetto Musicale, Baltic Baroque Orchestra, Musica Silentii (Estonia), Antiphona (France), Flori Pari (Poland), Alta Capella (Russia), Le Tendre Amour (Spain).

Masevičius participated in many festivals in Lithuania and abroad, such as the Thomas Mann Festival, the Vilnius Festival, Banchetto Musicale (Vilnius), Jauna Muzika (Vilnius), Gaida (Vilnius), Kultur Festival (Turkey), Millennium Pace (Spain), Zalataja Maska, Renaissance (Russia), Passages (France) etc.

Together with other musicians, he has recorded 14 CDs, including “Cantate Domino” which contains music of the 17th-century Grand Duchy of Lithuania, W. A. Mozart “Vespere solennes de confessore”, “Misa Criolla” by Ariel Ramirez, Pawel Lukaszewski’s “Via Crucis”.




Recorders, gothic arph


Ieva Baublytė has graduated as recorder player (class of prof. Kathrin Bopp) from Shola Cantorum Basiliensis, Switzerland. There she also started playing gothic harp (with prof. Heidrun Rosenzweig and Masako Fujimura) and in 2006 she obtained the Diploma of Early Music. Later she went to Argentina, where she lived as a volunteer of association Points Coeur in one of the favelas of Buenos Aires. She has also studied and graduated from Philantrhopos Institute in Fribourg, Switzerland.

Baublyte has participated in early music courses in Spain, France, Switzerland, Lithuania, with recorder teachers Pedro Memelsdorf, Pierre Hamon, Rodrigo Calveyra, Mitsuyuki Motomura. She also participated in improvisation courses in Corsica (France) with Jean Tubery, Nando Acquaviva and Nicole Casalonga.

Baublyte regularly performs with choir and consort „Brevis, ensemble „Chiaroscuro“ and other groups. She also presents educational programmes about Renaissance and Baroque music in the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania, there she also organises Educational St. Cecilia Early Music festival and masterclasses for children and young musicians, and works as a teacher of recorder in The Music School of Balys Dvarionas in Vilnius.


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