The most prominent Lithuanian jazz singer and a master of flute. On stage she spreads emotions and sincerity, and her voice, mostly used as an equal instrument in the ensemble and often leading up to emotional culminations, is both full of vitality and intimately mild. Since 1986, when Neda first appeared on the jazz stage with the student ensemble, led by her teacher Vladimir Chekasin, her flute and colourful voice was heard in projects with almost all of the Lithuanian jazz masters, as well as with her international partners. Neda has mastered diverse jazz styles; besides, she is closely related to classical music (she graduated from the classical flute studies at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre). Developing the mainstream tradition in jazz, the singer also successfully appears as a pop singer, and has won multiple awards in this field.