Dominyka Šeibok is a Lithuanian flutist based in Los Angeles. As a performer who incorporates movement and dance, she collaborated with choreographer Joachim Schlömer in his international production L’europe Sauvage, also she was selected to perform in Ebb&Flow Festival with Heidi Duckler Dance company. As an educator, she cares deeply about nurturing the creative development of her communities in Los Angeles and abroad, and teaches movement, free improvisation and interdisciplinary performance courses at the Crescendo Summer Institute in Hungary.
Her company Five Skins Interdisciplinary creates productions that combine instrumental live performance with other art forms – their score for the groundbreakin Ukrainian silent film Man with a Movie Camera premiered at the Wende Museum of the Cold War in Los Angeles.
She was awarded first prize at the International Juozas Pakalnis Competition and received a Presidential Honor from the Republic of Lithuania for artistic distinction. She received her Masters from the Hochschule der Künste Bern with Christian Studler and won a Swiss scholarship for her time there. During her studies
she also went on to hold the Principal Flute position with the Szczecin Philharmonic in Poland.
Dominyka is passionate about exploring different musical styles and performs on a wide range of flutes (baroque recorder, Lithuanian folk, Native American, penny whistle, Irish flute, shakuhachi, and more). She has performed with the Neue Philharmonie München, the Giorgio Cini Foundation in Venice, and the International Orchestral Institute Attergau, a Vienna Philharmonic project. Her playing can be heard on the SRF Radiostudio Zürich label in Des Knaben Wunderhorn with conductor Graziella Contratto.
You can find out more about Dominyka at her website: https://www.dominykaseibok.com/