The best entertainment programme is "Lietuvos balsas. Children" invites viewers to the screens this evening in a different format - to listen to a fairy tale. Reading fairy tales is a new rubric of "Lietuvos voce", which has already been attended by other teachers - Justinas Jarutis, who occupies the chair of "Lietuvos voce", as well as "Lietuvos voce. Children" project teacher Monika Marija.
This Saturday evening, at 21:00, on the Instagram account of "Lietuvos balsas", the story will be followed by the singer, teacher of the "Lietuvos balsas" project Monika Liu, who this week launched her new vinyl "Melodija".
Monika admits that this will be the first time she has had to follow a fairy tale, but she has already been exposed to fairy tales before: 'When I was a child, my parents used to follow stories. I remember when I was about to fall asleep and I heard my dad say that the wolf had eaten the man. And then I was very scared".
The singer doesn't reveal what kind of fairy tale we will hear tonight: "It will be an interesting fairy tale. It will be an interesting fairy tale. I'll try to make it suitable for adults as well. I believe in fairy tales myself - I like fantasy worlds. Even though I'm an adult, I still want to hope that everything can be like a fairy tale.
Despite the fact that Monika Liu is a teacher in the Voice of Lithuania project, she was also featured in Voice of Lithuania. Children" on air. However, here she was not sitting in the teacher's chair, but watching the performances from the viewer's perspective.
"Yes, I was! This is completely different. I've been to the blind auditions and the trials stage and they were some of the best events I've ever been to. There's real emotion there and as a spectator you cry and scream and clap for everyone. The children in the project are really special, they are real showmen. The excitement in the trials is at the same level as in big sporting competitions," he said with his impressions from "Lietuvos balsas. Children" filming, she shares.
"I would like to be part of this project myself. If I was offered, I would definitely accept - 200%! Of course it would be difficult. It's hard to judge a child who comes to the project with a passion - you don't want to say anything bad to them, you don't want to put their fire out. I think the most painful thing would be not to be turned away in the blind auditions, and the hardest thing would be to get out of the way and to give an opinion in a way that doesn't hurt the child."
When asked whether "Lietuvos hlasas. "I'm very impressed with Grete, I like her a lot. She sings not like a child, but like an adult - she has a very special voice. But I don't want to single out one child, because they are all wonderful and worthy of this stage."
We invite you to find out which fairy tale Monika Liu will follow for children and adults already tonight, at 9 p.m., during the live broadcast on the Instagram account of "Lietuvos hlasas", the project "Lietuvos hlasas. Children" on Sunday at 19:30 on LNK.