Knowledge of music in the Lithuanian nobleman’s palace dates back about 1000 years. The musical ideas of the Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism reached Lithuania thanks to monks and travelling musicians. However, at the very end of the 18th century, after the Third Partition, Lithuania became part of the Russian Empire. Lithuania’s musical life slowed down…During this difficult period, it was the estates of Lithuania’s nobility that became the focal points of music, not only where orchestras played, but also where music schools were established and where the most talented children could study. The nobility’s admiration and attention to music was exceptional.

Event programme:

  • 19 November Taujėnai Manor is waiting for the event guests from 18:30.
  • 19:00 – 19:30 An educational programme with Konstantinas Radvila himself. The Duke will host the evening and tell the story of our estate.
  • 19:30 – 20:30 Performances by Trio Nantes and the ancient dance group Baltosios Pavanos, where you can listen to how time has changed music. We’ll start with the Renaissance and listen to how it is replaced by Baroque, Classicism, Romanticism and the constrained sounds of Russian oppression. Alongside the harp, flute and soprano trio, the White Pavane will delight your eyes with its expressive and unique 15th – 16th century pieces. costumes.
  • 20:30 – 21:15 “Baltoji Pavana” will invite you to have your photo taken and teach you dance steps from the Renaissance.
  • 21:15 Free time, dinners and walks.
  • Tickets can be purchased here: tickets.

  • The number of tickets is limited, the first 30 tickets with the code “RUDUO” will receive a 20% discount. (No discount for tickets in row 15).

  • Tickets are non-refundable and can be transferred if you are unable to attend the event.

  • If you have a ticket for the evening event, you can visit the estate and the park during the day at no extra charge.

  • Dinner and accommodation reservations +37064093535