Maryte Bizinkauskas began her operatic vocal training at the Boston Conservatory of Music where she graduated with a Bachelor of Music in Opera Performance under the guidance of John Moriarty and Iride Pilla. She acquired her Master of Music in Opera Performance under the tutelage of Boris Goldovsky at the esteemed Curtis Institute of Music and National Winner of the Metropolitan Opera Auditions. She performed in concert at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City and went on to apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera. She has performed leading roles at the Vilnius Opera and Kaunas Music Theater in Lithuania and performed lead roles in Germany and Canada. She has been a guest artist with the Kaunas Philharmonic Orchestra, South Jersey Symphony, Brockton Symphony and Boston Bel Canto Opera.
Her most recent performances include an October benefit concert for the Knights of Lithuania New England District Scholarship Fund and a benefit concert for the Baltic-American Society of New England.
Ms. Bizinkauskas follows the lead of her father, the late Dr. Peter A. Bizinkauskas, at BSU, where he ran the Reading Lab for 20 years. Her sister, Veronica (Bizinkauskas) Cote is a faculty member of the Aviation Department at BSU. Ms. Bizinkauskas is a colleague in the Music Department at BSU, where she teaches Voice Class I and Voice Class II as well as Performances Studies Voice. She is a member of the BSU Music Scholarship Committee. Ms. Bizinkauskas other family members include her mother Veronica, a retired nurse, daughter Vilija, who studies in the Coordinated Program in Nutrition at Framingham State University, Dr. Paul Bizinkauskas of Hyannis and Attorney Peter M. Bizinkauskas of Duxbury and the late Andrew Bizinkauskas of Weymouth.
Vilja Song ("Es lebt' eine Vilja, ein Waldmägdelein")
from Die lustige Witwe by Franz Lehár
Last Modified: November 16, 2011