Raimonda Skabeikaitė is a Lithuanian conductor, composer and music educator focusing on the promotion of contemporary music.

She is a scholarship holder of the International Ensemble Modern Academy (IEMA) 23´-24´. Together with the IEMA 23-24 ensemble, she has already taken part in festivals such as “Into the Open” in Berlin (DE), “Wittener Tage für Neue Kammermusik” in Witten (DE), “Time of Music” in Viitasaari (FIN) and “Lucerne Festival” in Luzern (CHE).

Raimonda has been selected for the Contemporary-Conducting Programme for Lucerne Festival ´24.

In May 2022, she won ”International NINO ROTA Conducting Competition, 5th edition”. She also won a Special Award assigned by the audience of Taranto.

In November 2021, she won first prize as conductor in the 3rd Competition Città Brescia - Giancarlo Facchinetti. In autumn 2022 she conducted the Mihail Jora Philharmonisches Orchester Bacau (Romania), and in winter 2022 she conducted the chamber orchestra I Solisti Aquilani in L'Aquila (Italy).

She has been a guest conductor at Styriarte since 2019. With the piece Sieben Klangräume für unvollendete Fragmente des Mozarts Requiem by G. F. Haas, she had successful performances with the KUG PPCM Orchestra and the Studio Choir in the Stefaniensaal, as well as in the Helmut List Hall with the Styriarte Orchestra for the FABRIK.art project. At the opening of the Styriarte 2020, Raimonda took over the musical rehearsal of the short opera "Die Musen von Parnass" (composer: Flora Geißelbrecht), which was broadcast live at ORF III.

Raimonda actively participated in workshops and master classes for orchestral and choir conducting as well as opera coaching with Alexander Soddy, Johannes Vogel, Benjamin Reiners, Sigmund Thorp, Florian Benfer, Peter Henke, Robert Sund, Erik Westberg and Julien Salemkour.