Arturas Bumšteinas


Arturas Bumšteinas (b. 1982) is a sound artist working in the fields of experimental music, radio art, installations and performance. He is the founding member of Quartet Twentytwentyone, Works & Days, Zarasai and Wolumen ensembles. Since the year 2000 he has collaborated with many international musicians and artists. His interdisciplinary projects were presented in dozens of events around Europe. Festivals where his music and art projects were showcased include The Holland Festival, Sensoralia / Romaeuropa, Angelica, Vilnius Jazz, Unsound, Skanumezs, Cut & Splice, amongst others. Bumšteinas has also been included in more than 30 group shows and presented 5 solo shows. In the year 2013 he was awarded the “Palma Ars Acustica” prize for radiophonic arts. Bumšteinas is selected as an artist-in-residence at DAAD Berliner Kuenstlerprogramm for the year 2017. Since 2019 Arturas is an artistic director of Jauna Muzika festival in Vilnius.