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Justė Janulytė

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Justė Janulytė (b. 1982) studied composition at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, Milan “Giuseppe Verdi” Conservatory and in the masterclasses under prof. B. Kutavičius, O. Balakauskas, H. Tulve, L. Francesconi, A. Solbiati and others. Janulytė’s music was performed in Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Switzerland, Austria, France, Italy (Biennale di Venezia 2008), England (Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2008), USA and Canada, by Lithuanian National Symphony, Orchestra del Teatro la Fenice, Orchestre de Flûtes Français, Lithuanian Chamber and St. Christopher Chamber orchestras, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, Ensemble Bit20, Estonian Philharmonic chamber choir, Quasar (Montreal) and Xasax (Paris) saxophone quartets, and others. Since 2006 she has been teaching the course on contemporary music language at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. The composer has also written critics and articles on music.

Justė Janulytė first came into public view in 2004 when her BA graduation work white music for 15 strings was awarded as the best chamber piece at the competition held by the Lithuanian Composers’ Union. Majority of the works by the author, written for ‘monochromatic’ ensembles (e.g. 4 flutes or saxophones, 15 strings, 2 pianos, etc.), represent slow metamorphoses of textural, dynamic, timbral and ornamental gestures. While balancing between the aesthetics of minimalism and sonorism, Justė Janulytė composes acoustic metaphors of optic ideas (let’s talk about shadows, 2004; textile, 2006; aquarelle

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