Lina Juknevičiūtė

All prize winners
Laureate award and Special Prize
Date of birth 2001/03/29
Promoted by EMCY, GMAF- Amber sitting-room

Lina Juknevičiūtė was born in Vilnius Lithuania, 2001. She started studying in violin class in National M. K. Čiurlionis School of Art under teacher Aistė Dvarionaitė in 2008, later – in the class of Dainius Puodžiukas. Currently she studies under supervisor Inga Gylytė and prof. Jurgis Dvarionas in preparatory courses by Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre.

When she was 10 years old  Lina played solo in Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society Hall. She gives concerts in city halls in Lithuania and various other European countries.

She is the winner of National Competition of Balys Dvarionas (2012, 2016, 2018) and diploma winner in  International contest of Balys Dvarionas (2016). She won a special prize for best performance of classical era piece, best performance of Balys Dvarionas piece in the Balys Dvarionas contest. Also won a special prize for best performance of a piece by a Lithuanian composer in the Balys Dvarionas international contest and National contest of Raimundas Katilius. Lina won first places in “Trakai 2012” , in the International contest “IX and X Concours International de Violon-Violoncelle-Alto Alexandre Glazunov” Paris  2015 and 2017. In the 15th International Georg Philipp Telemann Violin Competition  (Poland Poznan 2018 03 24-26) Lina Juknevičiūtė won III place. In 2016 Lina Juknevičiūtė received an official thank you letter from Lithuania president Dalia Grybauskaitė. She has improved under the guidance of violinists Johan Ko, Noé Inui, Sławomir Jarmołowicz, Boris Brovtzyn, Itamar Zorman and others.

If you are interested in working with Lina, please get in touch with the EMCY Office.



J. Andrejevas, “Recitative“ from violin sonata
J. S. Bach, Partita No. 2 D minor (BWV 1004), Allemande and Courante
F. Kriesler, Recitativo and Scherzo (Op.6)
B. Kutavičius, “Andata e ritorno“
N. Paganini, Caprices (Op. 1) No.6
N. Paganini, “Nel cor più non mi sento” Variations for solo violin on a theme from the Paisiello opera “La Molinara”

Chamber music

A. Arensky, Piano Trio in D minor No. 1 op.32, Allegro moderato
H. Berens, Piano Trio, Op.95 No.3
R. Glière, 8 Pieces, Op.39 for violin and cello
J. Haydn, Piano Trio No.44 (Hob. XV No.28)
W.A. Mozart, Sonata in E Minor No. 4 (K. 300)
W.A. Mozart, Piano Trio K.564
L. Spohr, Nonet in F major, Op. 31, Allegro
A. F. Titz, Duo for Violin and Cello, Op.2, Allegro
J. Turina, “Círculo“, Op.91
A. Vivaldi, Double Concerto for Violin, Cello and chamber orchestra in B-flat major, RV 547

With piano

E. Balsys, “Rauda“
M.K. Čiurlionis- A.Livontas, “Three Preludes“
B. Dvarionas, “Ballade“, “Pastorale and Presto“
F. Kreisler, Preludium & Allegro
A. W. Mozart, Rondo Concertante in B-Flat Major
J. Massenet, Meditation from Thais
F. Schubert-D.Oistrakh, Valse-Caprice No 6
C. Sinding, Suite in A minor (Op. 10), Presto
P. Tchaikovsky Melodie (Op. 42 No. 3)
H. Vieuxtemps, Fantasia Appassionata (Op. 35)
H. Vieuxtemps, Le Rossignol, variations on the theme of Nightingale
H. Vieuxtemps, Souvenir d’Amerique Variations on Yankee Doodle
T. Vitali, Chaconne in G minor
H. Wieniawski, Obertass Mazurka (Op. 19)
E. Ysaÿe, Mazurka No. 3 op. 11 in B minor (“Liontaine – passé)

With orchestra

B. Dvarionas, Violin concerto in B minor (Op. 35)
D. Kabalewski, Concerto in C major op. 48
F. Mendelssohn, Violin concerto in E minor (Op. 64)
W. A. Mozart, Violin Concerto No. 4 D Major (K. 218)
P. de Sarasate, Carmen Fantasy (Op. 25)
A. Vivaldi, Double Concerto for Violin, Cello and chamber orchestra in B-flat major, RV 547
H. Wieniawski, Concerto in D minor, No. 2 (Op. 22)


Lina Juknevičiūtė, N. Paganini, Nel cor più non mi sento