Ona Jarmalavičiūtė (born 1997) is a Lithuanian musicologist and author, writing for European music magazines such as Mica-Music (Austria), Musical Opinion (UK) and Literature and art (Lithuania). She has interviewed contemporary composers, including Klaus Ager, Eva Reiter, Clemens Gadenstätter, Johannes Kretz and Justina Repečkaitė.
She is currently a bachelor student at the Lithuanian Music and Theater Academy. A scholarship from Rotary International has enabled her to participate in student exchange programs at University Mozarteum Salzburg and the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna.
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė is interested in the topics of pre-composition and compositional process, as well as the creative work of contemporary composers.
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to the Welsh composer Hilary Tann
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė discovers a unique listening experience on one of the Latvian conductor's last recordings, featuring Daniil Trifonov and the music of Richard Strauss
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė listens to a celebration of Eastern and Western musical cultures
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė listens to choral music by William Mathias
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė is impressed by Mr McFall's Chamber
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė listens to twentieth century harpsichord concertos
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė listens to music by American composer Derek Bermel
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to American composer Rain Worthington
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to Canadian oboist and composer Elizabeth Raum
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė listens to music created by Australian composer Mark John McEncroe. '... beautiful music is currently in demand, and there are listeners for Mark John McEncroe's emotional platform.'
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė writes about a new CD of music by Peruvian composer Jimmy López Bellido
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė listens to music by members of the Hong Kong Composers' Guild
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to the Belgian singer and conductor Tore Tom Denys
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė reviews the latest CD from Donald Nally and The Crossing
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to Austrian composer Eva Reiter
Ona Jarmalavičiūtė talks to Austrian-Czech composer Šimon Voseček