Beginning at 19:00 P.M., the talk will focus on how Lithuania’s musicians can apply to the RBMA and ultimately, export their music to foreign markets.
Doc Daneeka, who runs the Ten Thousand Yen record label, also has releases on leading British labels such as Numbers, and Modeselektor’s 50 Weapons.
During his session at VU, he will also explain his musical approach, and share his previous experiences from the RBMA.
After the lecture, Vilnius’ Opium Club will host the the after-party for the third consecutive year since 2014.
Doc Daneeka’s lecture to Lithuanian musicians in Vilnius will not be the first of its kind in the history of the RBMA.
The 2015 session was held in the Writer’s Union building by Austrian composer and 2008 RMBA graduate, Dorian Concept.
The previous year saw the last session held in the Lithuanian capital’s planetarium by RBMA employee, Marco Passarani.
The Lithuanian visit is part of the application phase of the 2016 Red Bull Music Academy, which will be hosted in Montreal in autumn this year.
The application process started on January 18, and those interested can register by clicking here.