Asta Bagdonaviciene, The Organizer and General Manager:
“It has been a while since we came up with the idea of organising a high quality music event for children and young people. Our main goal was to create an event with which we could celebrate young talent with the professional support of our team. We believe that any music contest is a great evaluation and motivator for performers and their teachers to continue working hard, which is why it is very important to ensure performance quality: a stage built to a professional standard, quality sound and a competent panel of judges… We seek to fulfil these criteria and we are happy that our first Music Talent League attracted more than 400 participantshis has led us to make our next event even more engaging, professional, and interesting”.
Regina Stadalnikaite Komziene, Director:
“We were proud to see so many young, bright, and musical individuals during this contest. All we had to do was to give our love and appreciation for their work as well as talent, and to work wholeheartedly. We beleive that we will be able to keep the same attitude to every participant, every single child and to the competition organization in general also in coming years. It is our task and promise. We beleive that we all together can make our world better, brighter and positiver. Music does’nt have the language. We all together speek music language. “
Liucija Nijole Kikutiene, Director of Vilnius College of Technologies and Design:
“This music contest is a great example of collaboration between the creative and technical sides of the art. Young performers had a chance to use this platform to show their talent to the professionals of the music industry, and the college students – future multimedia specialists, sound engineers, photographers, designers – had a chance to contribute to and witness organisational work from up close. We are glad to be partners of this great event.”