Jurgita Kazakevičiūtė

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Sound recordings

The organist Jurgita Kazakeviciute (b. 1975), the former student of Juozas Gruodis Conservatoire (she studied piano with A. Andriuškevičius), graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Musicwhere she received an MA in 2002. Since 2003, she has been a PhD student at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (supervised by doc. V. Survilaitė). Jurgita’s teachers – the organists Balys Vaitkus, Audra Telksnytė, Ass. Prof. Virginija Survilaitė and the pianist R. Ibelhauptienė – have emphasised the suggestive manner and maturity of the organist’s performance as well as her perfect technique, particular interest in the problems of musical interpretation.
In 2001 – 2003 the organist studied in Mozarteum (Austria) with Prof. H. Metzger (organ) and Prof. H.Miki (piano); she attended master classes held by Prof. J. Tuma in Czech Republic (2001), Maljorca (Spain, 2004) and Prof. E. Bellotti in Lithuania (2004).
While still at the Academy, Jurgita Kazakeviciute participated in festivals in Lithuania and abroad; she successfully performed in international organ competitions, for instance, in Landau (Germany, 2002), International M. K. Čiurlionis Piano and Organ Competition, Vilnius (2003), 6th Paris City Organ Competition (France, 2004), and in 2004, Jurgita was the winner the 1st J. Naujalis Competition for Young Organists.  In 2007 the organist won the 1st Prize in the International  Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis Piano and Organ Competition.
Jurgita Kazakeviciute has been performing extensively in concert halls and churches of Lithuania; she has given concerts in Germany, Spain, Austria and France. In 2003, Jurgita performed the part of organ during the mass at the church of St. Vitale in Salzburg, which was broadcasted by the Austrian National Radio.
The organist’s concerts include music of various epochs and styles, starting from baroque (J. S. Bach and D. Buxtehude) to contemporary (O. Messiaen and A. Martinaitis) compositions, including not only opuses by famous composers, but also less often performed and even yet unknown music by old masters.

Lithuanian Composers

Vytautas Barkauskas


Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis

Fugues in C sharp minor, B flat minor

Fugue-choral in E minor

Juozas Naujalis

Prelude in F major

Foreign Composers

Jehan Alain



Johann Sebastian Bach

Concerto in  A minor BWV 593

Trio Allein Gott in der Hoh sei Ehr BWV 676

Chorale partita Christ, der du bist der helle tag BWV 766

Chorale partita Sei gegrusset, Jesu gutig BWV 768

Fantasia and Fugue for organ in G minor ("Great"), BWV 542

Chorale Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland BWV 659

Fantasia for organ in G major BWV 572

Preludes and fugues in D major BWV 532, E minorl BWV 548

E flat major BWV 552, A major BWV 536, A minor BWV 543

Trio sonatas c-moll BWV 526, G-dur BWV 530

Toccata und fuge in D minor BWV 538

Toccata und fuge in F major BWV 540

Guy Bovet


Johannes Brahms

Fuga in A flat minor

Choral prelude for organ ("Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen"), Op. posth. 122/8

Nicolaus Bruhns

Praeludium in e

Dieterich Buxtehude

Choral Ich ruf zu der, Her Jesu Christ Bux WV 195

Chaconne for organ in E minor, BuxWV 160

Toccata for organ in f major BuxWV 156

Praeludium for organ in F sharp minor, BuxWV 146

Francisco Correa de Arrauxo

Tiento de medio registro de tiple de decimo tono

François Couperin

Messe A l’usage des Paroisses

Petr Eben

”Sunday Music” / Nedelno hudla

Cesar Franck

Prélude, fugue, et variations, Op. 18, M. 30a

Fantasia in A major

Choral No. 1 in F major


Girolamo Frescobaldi

Toccata in F major

Jean Guillou

Concerto for organ and orchestra No. 6 op. 68

George Frideric Handel

Concerto for organ and chamber orchestra No. 1 in G minor op. 4

Franz Liszt

Prelude and fugue on  BACH theme

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

Sonata No. 6 in D minor op. 65/6

Olivier Messiaen


9 meditation from  cycle La Nativite’ du Seigneur

Le Banquet celeste

Messe de la Pentecote

Johann Pachelbel

Chorale Wir alle glauben aneinen Gott in F major

Max Reger

Fantasia and fugue in D minor op. 135 b

Sonata No.1 in F sharp minor op. 33

Domenico Scarlatti

Sonatas in D major, G major

Louis Vierne

Symphony No. 4 for organ, in G minor, Op 32

Charles-Marie Widor

Symphony No. 6 in G minor for organ, Op. 42/2

Concert in Stadtpfarrkirche St. Vitalis, Salzburg, Austria

J.S.Bach Toccata und fuge in F major BWV 540

Trio ”Allein Gott in der Hoh sei Ehr” BWV 676

L.Cherubini Ave Maria (soprano and organ)

M.K.Ciurlionis Fugue-choral in E minor

Fugue in C sharp minor

C.Bohm „Still wie die Nacht”

(soprano and organ)

M.K.Ciurlionis Fugue in B flat minor

R.Stolz Ave Maria

(soprano and organ)

F.Liszt Prelude and fugue on BACH theme

Gisela Bogensperger, soprano

Concert in St. Lorenzen, Austria

N.Bruhns Praeludium in e

Pezel Intrada-A Fanfare for brass quintett

H.Purcell Trumpet Tune and Ayre for brass quintett

J.S.Bach Trio Allein Gott in der Hoh’ sei Ehr BWV 676

Toccata und fuge in F-dur BWV 540

J.J.Mouret Rondeau for brass quintett

M.K. Ciurlionis Fugue-choral in E minor

Fugue in B flat minor

G.F.Handel Air’aus der Wassermusik for brass quintett

Brass Quintett: M.Nouza, Trompete, M. Prettenthaler, Trompete, F.Gamper, Horn, W. Buchrieser, Posaune, H.Haberl, Tuba

Concert in Art festival ”Druskininkai summer with M.K.Ciurlionis” 2004 07 03

G.Frescobaldi Toccata in F major

J.K.Kerll Capriccio cucu

G.F.Handel Aria „Son come navicella” for soprano and organ

D.Scarlatti Two sonatas for organ in D major and G major

G.F.Handel Aria „Dignare” for soprano and organ

F.Couperin Messe A l’usage des Paroisses

G.F.Handel Alleluia from motet „Silete venti” for soprano and organ

A.Piechler Aria from „Italian suite” for organ

J.Brahms Choral prelude for organ ("Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen"), Op. posth. 122/8

F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy Aria for soprano and organ

R.Silinskaite (soprano)