Kęstutis Antanėlis

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Kęstutis Antanėlis (born 28 March 1951 in Vilnius, Lithuania) is a Lithuanian composer, architect and sculptor.

In 1975 he graduated from Vilnius Civil Engineering Institute and later from the Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts. As an architect he has designed buildings, interiors, furniture (the Republic of Lithuania credentials Hall, 1995), created a stained-glass office building and various sculptures.

As a composer he has written nearly 200 songs and about 80 instrumental pieces. In 1971 he staged the first Andrew Lloyd Webber rock opera "Jesus Christ Superstar." [1] He is noted for his work on the rock opera "Love and Death in Verona", and staging and singing in "Romeo and Juliet in Vilnius in 1982. In 1998, he performed at the Internationale Maifestspiele Wiesbaden in Germany. In 1997 he staged the opera "Peer Gynt". [2][3]


  1. ^ http://www.unofficialwebsiteoflithuania.com/#/a_rebel_culture/1097 Archived 2010-03-15 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Kevin O'Connor (2006). Culture and customs of the Baltic states. Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-313-33125-1.
  3. ^ Arvydas Karaška. "Kęstutis Antanėlis". Visuotinė lietuvių enciklopedija, T. I (A-Ar). V.: Mokslo ir enciklopedijų leidybos institutas, 2001, 561 psl.

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