Ula Čaplikaitė (Flute)

Sound recordings
Sound recordings

Ula Čaplikaitė was born in 1979. She started her music studies at the Vilnius B.Dvarionas Ten-Year Music School for Children. She studied flute with Laima Šulskutė at the Vilnius Conservatoire (graduated in 1999). In 2005, she graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre where she studied flute with Prof. Algirdas Vizgirda. Čaplikaitė has attended flute interpretation courses held by C.Hustedt, W.Bennett, G.Bourgogne and R.Wilson.

Ula Čaplikaitė became twice the laureate of the J.Pakalnis National Young Performers Competition (1997 and 1999).

The flutist together with the Flute Quartet of the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre participated at the Neringa music festival Neringa 2004, performed together with the chamber ensemble Musica Humana and toured Germany with Junge Europe Philharmonie symphony orchestra (2001). In 2003 and 2004, she had several recitals in Washington (USA).
Ula Čaplikaitė has been performing a lot with various Lithuanian ensembles as a soloist as well as with various chamber ensembles.

Lithuanian Composers

Algimantas Bražinskas

Quintet No 2

Chamber Works

Marc Berthomieu

Les Chats (Cinq pieces pittoresques, in 5 movements), for 4 flutes             

Jacques Casterede

“Flutes en vacances”

Jean-Michel Damase

17 variationene for wind quintet

Franz Danzi

Quintet for winds in G minor, Op 56/2

Quintet for winds, No 1 in B flat, Op 56/1

Franz Doppler

Andante and Rondo for two flutes and piano

Louis Gianella

Quartet in G major op.52

Joseph Haydn

Divertissement in B flat major

Jacques Ibert

Pieces breves (3), for wind quintet

Faustin Jeanjean

Ski-Symphonie“ for flutes quartet

Ernesto Kohler

Grosses Quartett op.92

Paule Maurice

Suite for flutes quartet

Darius Milhaud

La Cheminee du Roi Rene (7), suite for wind quintet, Op. 205

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Divertimento for string quartet (or string orchestra) in B flat major, K. 270

Quartet for flute, violin, viola & cello No. 1 in D major, K. 285

Quartet for flute, violin, viola & cello No. 4 in A major, K. 298

Andante KV 616

Anton Reicha

Sinfonico op.12 for flutes quartet

Gioachino Rossini

6 quartets for wind instruments

Eugene Walckiers

Grosses Konzert  Quartett in F sharp minor

Works with Orchestra

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Concerto for flute, strings & continuo in D minor, H. 484.1, Wq. 22 (spurious arrangement, formerly H. 426)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Suite for flute and strings orchestra in B minor No 2

Domenico Cimarosa

Concerto in G major for two flutes and orchestra

François Devienne

Flute Concerto No. 7 in E minor

Franz Doppler

Fantasie for flute & orchestra ("Fantasie Pastorale Hongroise"), Op. 26

Paul Agricole Genin

Fantasy on "Rigoletto" for flute & orchestra

Saverio Mercadante

Concerto for flute & orchestra in D major

Bernhard Molique

Concerto for flute & orchestra in D minor

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Flute Concerto in G major K. 313

Flute Concerto in D major K. 314

Carl Reinecke

Concerto for flute and orchestra in D major,op. 283

Bernhard Romberg

Flute Concerto in B minor op.30

Solo Works

Malcolm Arnold

Fantasy for flute solo op.89

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

„Hamburg sonata“ in G major, H. 564, Wq. 133

Johann Sebastian Bach

Partita in A minor for flute solo, BWV 1013

Claude Debussy


Arthur Honegger

Danse de la chevre, for solo flute, H39

Marin Marais

Les Folies d’Espagne

Works for flute and piano

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Sonata for flute & continuo in G major ("Hamburger Sonata"), H. 564, Wq. 133

Johann Sebastian Bach

6 sonatas for flute and harpsichord, BWV 1030 – 1035

Jules Demersseman

6e Solo de  Concert in F major for flute and piano, op.82

Henri Dutilleux

Sonatina for flute & piano

George Enescu

Cantabile et Presto for flute and piano

Louis Ganne

Andante et Scherzo for flute and piano

Philippe Gaubert

Nocturne et Allegro Scherzando for flute & piano

Fantaisie for flute & piano                            

Paul Agricole Genin

Variationes for flute and piano ”Venice carnival”

Marin Marais

Couplets de folies (Les folies d'Espagne), for flute & continuo

Frank Martin

Ballade for flute & piano

Bohuslav Martinu

Sonata for flute & piano, H. 306

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Rondo Capriccioso for flute and piano

Olivier Messiaen

Le Merle noir for flute and piano

Jules Mouquet

La flute de Pan, sonata for flute and piano op. 15

Francis Poulenc.

Sonata for flute & piano, FP 164

Sergei Prokofiev

Sonata for flute and piano op. 94

Carl Reinecke

Sonata Undine for flute and piano op. 167

Franz Schubert

Introduction and  variations for flute and piano op.160

Paul Taffanel

Andante Pastorale et Scherzettino for flute & piano in G minor

Concert at the Evangelican Lutheran Church, 26 December 2007

ARCANGELO CORELLI Concerto grosso “Fato per la notte di Natalle” No. 8 in G minor (“Christmas Concerto”)

FRANÇOIS DEVIENNE Sinfonia Concertante for two flutes and orchestra in G major, Op.76

MARC-ANTOINE CHARPENTIER “Te Deum” for soloists, choir and orchestra

Šiauliai State Chamber Choir POLIFONIJA. Soloists: Raminta Veicekauskaitė (soprano), Kęstutis Alčauskis (tenor), Nerijus Masevičius (bass-baritone), Ula Čaplikaitė (flute), Justinas Mačys (flute). Conductors: Algirdas Vizgirda, Gediminas Ramanauskas

Concert at Evangelical Lutheran Church, 05 20 2007

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART – Symphony No. 40 in G minor, KV 550

Concerto for flute and orchestra in D major, KV 314

Mass in C minor, KV 427

MUSICA HUMANA Ensemble, Jauna Muzika Vilnius Municipality Choir, soloists: Ula Čaplikaitė (flute), Raminta Vaicekauskaitė (soprano), Ieva Prudnikovaitė (mezzo-soprano), Mindaugas Zimkus (tenor), Ignas Misiūra (bass-baritone), conductors: Algirdas Vizgirda, Vaclovas Augustinas

Concert at Evangelical Lutheran Church, 10 01 2006

Programme “W.A. Mozart and Paris”

W. A. Mozart (dedicated to his 250th birth anniversary) Symphony No. 31, in D major, KV 297 (“Paris”)

F. Devienne Concerto for flute and orchestra No. 7 in E minor

W. A. Mozart Motet “Exultate, jubilate” for soprano and orchestra, KV 165 (158a).

Musica Humana Ensemble, Soloists: Raminta Vaicekauskaite (soprano), Ula Caplikaite (flute), Conductor - Algirdas Vizgirda