TonArt team

Eglė Andrejevaitė

Founder of TonArt

„Adults who want to learn playing a piano is my discovery. Passion, motivation and will that brings them to the piano lessons surprise and thrill me every time. Learning things together with these people inspires me every day.”

Eglė is a concert pianist and founder of TonArt. She has been teaching adults for more than 5 years. Work with adults inspired her to create new forms of musical education, such as lectures-concerts, open piano lessons and musical trainings. You can read more about Eglė:

Vincenzo De Martino

„On of the most valuable aspects of teaching the adults is to provide them with possibility to experience something new or become totally different person than they are in everyday life. Sometimes hobby might turn to the life passion.”


Since 2011 m. has studied in „G. P. da Palestrina“, Maria Lucia Costa class. 2015 m. was awarded a bachelor degree with highest distinction/ honours.

Since 2017m. studies Art Doctorate (D.A.)in Lithuanian academy of Music and Theatre, prof. Jurgis Karnavičius class.

Vincenzo De Martino has often solo concerts and plays chamber music in various events and festivals.


2013 m. Vincenzo was invited to play in international music festival organised by „Odradek Records“;

2014 m. together with Symphony Orchestra of Cagliari conservatoire he have performed S. Prokofjev concert for the piano and orchestra Nr. 3, Op. 26;

2016 m. Vincenzo De Martino won 3 place in international contest „Youth Academy Award“ in Rome and was awarded as most distinctive performer in a contest „Ibla Grand Prize in Ragusa“ in Italy, he was also praised for the exclusive performance of the piece written by Lithuanian composer Vytautas Bacevičius.

Vincenzo is teaching in English and Italian.

Emilija Budžemaitė

„It is very important to me to have a respectful and friendly connection and mutual trust while working with students. Learning process gets much more complicated without it. Creative connection and cooperation is also important to me on the stage as mostly I adore chamber music.


2002 m. Emilija has graduated with honours The National M.K.Čiurlionis School of Art, prof. Liucija Drąsutienė class;
She has studied in Lithuanian academy of Music and Theatre, prof.Daumantas Kirilauskas class, in Portugal, Escola superior de musica de Lisboa, prof. T.Achot class.


Emilija has been awarded with important prises:

1997 m. has won the special price for the best performance of Baroque music in international piano contest, Czech Republic;

1999 m. has taken III place in the National B. Smetana ir Z. Fibich contest and won I bonus in International N. Rubinštein contest in Paris;

2000 m. Emilija has won II bonus in International Pianist contest in Italy and special price for the best interpretation of W.A.Mozart sonata;

Pianist has had concerts in Lithuania and abroad (Austria, Germany, Portugal, Algeria, Russia). Since 2006 m. Emilija has been working in The National M.K.Čiurlionis School of Art,

Emilija teaches in Lithuanian, English and Russian.

Agnė Zavistanavičiūtė

“Being a teacher is very exciting and pithy job. Teaching adults is different and interesting because those who come to learn already have maturity, strong opinion and individual attitude. Communication between me and my adult students stimulate mutual improvement, joy is given by the obvious positive results and warm feedback.


Agnė has started to play piano when she was 6 years old. She has graduated J.Gruodis conservatoire in Kaunas;

2017 Agnė was awarded an artist and teacher Bachelor degree in Lithuanian academy of Music and Theatre, prof. Sergej Okruško class;

Agnė has won various international contests in Germany, Latvia, Italy and Lithuania. She is actively having concerts performing solo and in Chamber ensembles.

Agnė teaches in Lithuanian and English.