Church of Sts Johns and the University Architectural Ensemble
One of the picturesque parts of the Vilnius University building is the Church of Sts. Johns and its bell tower. The full name of the church is the Church of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist. The construction of this church lasted for almost 40 years and was completed in 1426. At that time it was a Gothic building. In 1571 the church was transferred to the Order of Jesuits and became a part of the university complexes.
Nowadays student graduation ceremonies, various concerts and festivals are held here.
The university Theater Hall holds performances of academic theater, various concerts and conferences. It is situated in the Central edifice of the VU in the Old Town on the second floor of the southern wing of the Great Courtyard. You can reach it through the main entrance.
The Great Aula
It is the biggest concert hall of the university. It holds concerts of university and other musicians, rehearsals of the Culture Centre groups and other events.