The choir has toured in Europe, China, Japan and Israel, appearing at the most famous concert halls, such as the Munich Philharmonic, the Suzan Dellal Center (Tel Aviv), the Fredric R.Mann Auditorium (Tel Aviv), the Haifa Auditorium, Bimot (Jerusalem), Festsaal Kulturpalast (Dresden), Ludwigsburg Theater im Forum, St Mathias Church (Budapest), Alte Oper (Frankfurt), the S. Rachmaninov Hall (Moscow), the Berlin Philharmonic Chamber Hall, the Berlin Festspiele Theater, and the Shanghai Opera House.
The choir has given concerts with many celebrities of the music world: the cellist Mark Drobinsky, the singers Robin Blaze, Eva Ben-Zvi, Benno Schollum, Adam Zdunikovski, Anatoli Safiulin, the cantor Joseph Malovany, and famous Lithuanian singers, such as Virgilijus Noreika, Vladimiras Prudnikovas, Sigutė Stonytė, Judita Leitaitė, and Algirdas Janutas.
“Jauna Muzika” is a member of the International Federation of Choral Music. In 1999 in Rotterdam the choir represented the Lithuanian choral art at the World Symposium on Choral Music, which takes place once in five years in different countries. The choir has received the “Vilniaus garsas” award in 2003 for spreading the name of Lithuania and its capital city in the world.
Besides concert activities, the Vilnius Municipal Choir “Jauna Muzika” has originated a number of significant projects in Lithuania. Every year since 1995 “Jauna Muzika” has held workshops on choir conducting and interpretation led by the world’s leading choir conductors.
In the autumn of 1998 on the initiative of the choir an international festival “Amžinoji šviesa ” was held in the major concert halls of Vilnius – the Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall, the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theater and the Town Hall. The festival featured many outstanding Lithuanian and foreign artists performing with “Jauna Muzika”.
In the year 2000 “Jauna Muzika” together with the Vilnius Town Hall Festival invited the lovers of baroque music to a concert series “English and French Baroque Music”, in which The King’s Consort from Great Britain and Il Seminario Musicale from France appeared, and in 2001 to “The Days of German and Polish Baroque Music”, which featured Musica Antiqua Köln from Germany and Capella Gedanensis from Poland.
In 2002 the choir put on a series of five concerts, which was devoted to the rebuilding of the Vilnius Evangelical Lutheran Church and featured unconventional programmes of vocal and instrumental music.
One of the most successful modern interdisciplinary projects, implemented together with composer Giedrius Kuprevičius and producer Gytis Padegimas, was the production of opera-zarzuela “DaliGala” at the Vilnius St. Catherine church in spring 2008. From 2006 onward the choir is organizing a concert cycle at the St. Catherine church.