Lithuanian Boys Choir Dagilelis to Perform at Cleveland State University


Fri 3/17 @ 7PM

Lithuania’s Dagilelis may not be as well known as the Vienna Boys Choir — no wonder since it formed in 1990 whereas the Vienna group as founded in 1498. But like them, it’s a world-travelling boys choir, featuring singers between the ages of 10-19.

Director Remigijus Adomaitis started the group, which now includes a singing school, in Šiauliai, Lithuania, and since then, it’s performed in all over Europe, as well as in China and the U.S., won numerous international awards, and collaborated with orchestra and other vocal groups.

Cleveland State University’s Center for International Services and Programs, Cleveland’s Exultate Choir and the Lithuanian Consulate are bringing the group to Cleveland for the first time to perform a concert at CSU’s Waetjen Auditorium.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children and youth 18 and under.


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