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19Oct

Thursday, October 19th, 2017 at 8:00PM

At Walt Disney Concert Hall

01Aug
18Jul

Youngest Qualifying Battles Winner going to represent Lithuania at World of Dance Finals LA - coming July 22nd, 2017!

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14Oct

LWAC board members: M. Markevicius (producer), Z. Naujokas (co-producer)

12Oct

October 12th, 6pm-9pm in Santa Monica, CA

01Oct
02Oct

30th anniversary is coming up for Lithuanian Days Fair in Los Angeles. Join in the celebration on Oct. 1-2.

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26Jul

Exhilarating power and sensuous grace meet when the LA Phil’s charismatic Associate Conductor
Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla
 pairs Beethoven and Ravel.

17Jun
19Jun

The second weekend in the festival’s Inter/National series, set at Raisbeck Performance Hall, features artists from Lithuania and new work by one of Seattle dances icons.

 

01Jun

Epic and intimate as befits its subject—the Lithuanian-born Polish poet Czeslaw Milosz, who spent four decades in Berkeley—this film sweeps us into a lyric childhood that was never far from his thoughts, even as he faced down a chaotic century in his poems and exquisite memoirs. Milosz was born in exile (“When he dreamed, he dreamed of Lithuania”) and lived through two world wars and a revolution, and exile again. Through it all he was said to have maintained his faith. After all, he had language, and something like hope: “The poet remembers,” he warned in a 1950 poem. “You can kill one, but another is born.”