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Artistic doctorate in Music

The Concept of a Piano School: Interpretational Canons and the Quest for the Creative Freedom
Jurgis Aleknavičius (Piano)

Coherence and Expression in Performance Style of Mixed Ensembles
Ugnė Antanavičiūtė (Chamber ensemble)

A Choir in the Catholic Church Liturgy and the Creative Output of Lithuanian Choir Conductors, 1990-2015
Linas Balandis (Choral conducting)

Structural Principles of Symphony and Gamelan Orchestras
Marius Baranauskas (Composition)

Principles of Piano Music Improvisation
Mykolas Bazaras (Piano)

Change of the Conception of Tritone and Systemic Constructivism in the Music Compositions of the 20th Century
Božena Čiurlionienė (Composition)

The Problem of the Harp Repertoire Building: Lithuanian Contexts 1970–2020
Joana Daunytė (Harp)

The Aesthetics of Performativity in the Pianistic Practice of the 21st Century
Marta Finkelštein (Piano)

French Clarinet School Reception and Impact on Contemporary Wind Instrument Culture in Lithuania
Vytautas Giedraitis (Clarinet)

Theories and Practices of Somatics and Their Application to Flute Players
Vytenis Gurstis (Flute)

Reflections of Richard Strauss’ Songs in the 20th Century Lithuania: Poetic Word in the Context of Musical Interpretation
Ernesta Juškaitė (Singing)

Principles of Piano Education by Sulamita Aronovsky: Multi-Traditionalism in the Art of Performance
Mantautas Katinas (Piano)

Primitivism in Piano Music of the 20th and 21st Centuries: Interpreting the “Otherness” of the Pianistic Canon
Vincenzo de Martino (Piano)

Typology and Analytical Methodology of Figurative Compositions
Agnė Agnetė Mažulienė (Composition)

Projection of the Phenomenon of Creativity for Musical Composition
Sigitas Mickis (Composition)

Chamber Ensemble of Piano and Woodwind Instruments: Timbre-Acoustic Correlations
Maria Mirovskaya (Chamber ensemble)

Parallels Between the Songs by Henry Purcell and Benjamin Britten
Giedrė Muralytė-Eriksonė (Accompanying piano)

The Phenomenon of In-Studio Composition and Perspectives of Its Expression
Marius Salynas (Composition)

The Function of Timbre in Composing Practices of the Second Half of the 20th – 21st Centuries: Aspects of Interrelation Between Sound Parameters
Aistė Vaitkevičiūtė (Composition)

The Relation between the Fixed and Non-Fixed Musical Texts in the Italian Baroque Vocal Music: Theory and Performance Practice
Rūta Vosyliūtė (Singing)

Generating Authentic Performance Practice: Music and Prosody in Selected Lieder of Hugo Wolf
Darynn Zimmer (Singing)

The Change of the Violinist’s Performance Techniques when Playing Solo and in Various Chamber Ensembles
Giedrė Žarėnaitė (Violin)

Neo-Riemannian Interpretation of Triads and the Perspective of Its Transformation into a Composing System
Raimonda Žiūkaitė (Composition)