Arnoldas Leleika on finding more practice time, choosing your organ repertoire wisely and expanding your musical horizons
Welcome to Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast #105!
Today's guest is Arnoldas Leleika. He is our student
from Vilnius University majoring in Chemistry but hopes to transfer to Medicine next year. He's just finished his freshman year and right away started playing the organ at our Unda Maris studio from last September and currently has chosen 3 pieces for the upcoming competition for young organists.
Arnoldas is very hardworking and motivated organ student and Ausra and I are very delighted that he came and found us in the organ studio.
He substituted for me a number of graduation ceremonies and recently performed at Unda Maris organ studio concert. You can read his thoughts about these experiences here and here.
In this conversation Arnoldas shares his insights about finding more practice time, choosing your organ repertoire wisely and expanding your musical horizons.
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