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Barbora Valiukevičiūtė is an exceptional violinist, conductor, and producer who has made her mark on the international music scene. Known for her commanding presence and captivating performances, Barbora has collaborated with some of the world's most famous conductors and critically acclaimed musicians, including Kurt Masur, Vladimir Jurowski, Philippe Entremont, Julian Rachlin, and others. Her performances at world-renowned venues such as the Metropolitan Museum Concert Hall, Veronica Hagman Concert Hall, and Staller Center for the Arts in the US, as well as the Auditorium al Duomo in Italy, Fukuoka Across Hall in Japan, and the National Philharmonic of Lithuania, have earned her widespread acclaim.


Barbora founded the Baltic Duet, whose repertoire focuses on performing and promoting Baltic Sea region music. In 2023, she launched the annual summer music cycle, Koncertai Burmistrui, in Merkinė. Chamber music concerts during the summer feature prominent and unique musicians in the historic town of Lithuania. Her exceptional artistic work has made her an ambassador for the Kaunas European Capital of Culture 2022 .

Barbora is a sought-after teacher with a growing class of students. She has taught at the Barenboim-Said Foundation in Palestine and The Merit School of Music in Chicago. She is a regular guest artist who teaches masterclasses at Accademia d’Archi Arrigoni in Italy and the University of the Visual and Performing Arts in Sri Lanka. She co-created the online Music Academy for Young Professionals (MAFYP) with violinist Jaram Kim.


Barbora Valiukeviciute was born in Kaunas, Lithuania, into a family of art aesthetes. She studied violin at Juozas Naujalis Music and pursued her music education in Italy under Pavel Vernikov. Later, she moved to the USA and continued violin performance studies with renowned violinists such as Grigory Kalinovsky at Manhattan School of Music, Philip Setzer at Stony Brook University, and Ilya Kaler at DePaul University. 

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