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LNOBT Announces the Beginning of Christmas Season December 08, 2023 LNOBT Announces the Beginning of Christmas Season The festive splendour and beauty are gradually entering everyday life. The Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theater lit the decorative Christmas tree, which has already become a tradition. This... Read more The Season is Over, The Tour is On: LNOBT’s Artists are Coming to Your City April 12, 2023 The Season is Over, The Tour is On: LNOBT’s Artists are Coming to Your City In April, performances of the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theater are scheduled in Klaipėda, Kaunas, Alytus, Panevėžys, Utena and Molėtai.  This is a unique opportunity for Lithuanian... Read more Choreographer Alexei Ratmansky: "It Will Be a Graceful, Gentle and Elegant Ballet" March 24, 2023 Choreographer Alexei Ratmansky: "It Will Be a Graceful, Gentle and Elegant Ballet" Already this weekend, the first performances of "Harlequin’s Millions" shall be unveiled at the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre. The creative team of the production said that they were... Read more Additional Performances Before LNOBT’s Closing for Renovation March 14, 2023 Additional Performances Before LNOBT’s Closing for Renovation Those who couldn’t get tickets to LNOBT’s performances should take heart: additional performances of the Spanish operetta "Zarsuela", the ballet "Piaf" and the opera "Alice in Wonderland" for... Read more Choreographer Martynas Rimeikis: “Alone, I wouldn’t be able to achieve anything” March 08, 2023 Choreographer Martynas Rimeikis: “Alone, I wouldn’t be able to achieve anything” On 15 February the Lithuanian cultural community was informed about the awarding of National Culture and Art Prizes by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania. Martynas Rimeikis, artistic... Read more LNOBT Removed Works of Russian Composers from the Season's Repertoire Januray 12, 2023 LNOBT Removed Works of Russian Composers from the Season's Repertoire The Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre is changing its repertoire and eliminating the works of Russian composers. On 10, 11 and 14 February, instead of Sergei Prokofiev's ballet "Romeo... Read more