All Ages
Sunday, April 21
DOORS: 12pm // SHOW: 1pm
ABOUT THE FILM: This documentary film – a journey between Vilnius, Paris, Geneva and Budapest together with the charming and gifted Lithuanian pianist Mūza Rubackytė takes the viewer to the beautiful world of art music. However, like every success story, Mūza’s has also had its dramas, especially since the aspirations and dreams of her youth were imprisoned in an airtight environment by the Soviet regime. The artist opens up about what freedom, love and calling mean to her, and what revealing her talent cost. The film involved many international participants and experts. Director: Agnė Marcinkevičiūtė Producer: Živilė Gallego Cinematographer: Rytis Kurkulis Composer: Gabriel Orentas Sound Designer: Jonas Jocys Production: Fralita Films.
This is a seated event. All seating is first come, first served. This is an all ages event.
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Special accommodations: Ramova Theatre is ADA-accessible. This event will be on the second floor of the venue. If you need to use the elevator, please notify a staff member upon arrival. For questions or concerns, please email
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