Artistic prodigy of Vilnius residents Alina Rotaru and Darius Stabinskas, ensemble MORGAINE is devoting themselves to the Late Renaissance and Early Baroque repertoire, and especially to the Golden Age of the Polish-Lithuanian-Commonwealth. The programme of their debut album "Giesmewakarine Piesn wieczorna Evening song" is concentrated on the musical creation of Waclaw z Szamotul, Mikolaj Gomólka, Krzysztof Klabon and Cyprian Bazylik, with the original texts in Polish, as well as with their first translations into Lithuanian language which appeared in the 17th Century. Artistic prodigy of Alina Rotaru and Darius Stabinskas, the Vilnius based international ensemble Morgaine was brought together with the goal of performing European early music in Lithuania, as well as to bring the little-known Lithuanian music heritage on European stages. Dedicated to the music of Late Renaissance and Early Baroque, ensemble Morgaine chooses in most of their performances to involve the dynamics between music, visual arts, theatre, and poetry. Although there is only one native Lithuanian in this ensemble, Morgaine proudly represents Lithuania abroad.