He joined the staff of the LNOBT in 1986 while still studying at the Lithuanian Academy of Music, from which he graduated in 1989. In 1992-3 he spent a training period at the European Centre for Operatic and Vocal Art in Belgium. In 1992 he became laureate of the 1st Young Singers' Competition and diploma holder of the International Luciano Pavarotti Competition. His other artistic distinctions include the Kristoforas Prize, awarded by the Lithuanian Theatre Association in 1999, "Beacons of Opera" prize for the Best Opera Soloist of the Year in 2002, Public's Favourite Prize in 2003, the Lithuanian National Award 2003, and the Officer's Cross of the Order "For the Merits to Lithuania" (2003). The same year he was also awarded the "Golden Disk" Prize by the Lithuanian Musicians' Association.
His repertoire at the LNOBT includes: Germont (La traviata), Amonasro (Aida), Ypsheim (Wiener Blut), Scarpia (Tosca), Gianni Schicchi (Gianni Schicchi), Valentin (Faust), Yeletsky (The Queen of Spades), Renato (Un ballo in maschera), Don Giovanni (Don Giovanni), Count Semeta (The Bear), Marquis of Posa (Don Carlos), Ping (Turandot), King Mindaugas (Ignis et fides), Rigoletto (Rigoletto), etc. His significant collaborations with other opera companies include Kaunas Music Theatre, opera houses in Ghent and Prague where he sang Don Giovanni, Escamillo and Don Alvaro, and Giorgio Lalov's Touring Opera Company "Teatro Lirico d'Europa", with which he has recently made his notable appearances as Don Giovanni in Martinique and the US. His festival credits include Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Savonlinna Opera Festival, "Vratislavia Cantans" festival in Wroclaw, Salzburger Festspiele, "New and Old Indian Ways" in Spain, etc. Extensive tours have taken him to Poland, Germany, Spain, Latvia, Estonia, Russia, India, Nepal, Finland, Norway, Belgium, France, Japan, Taiwan, the USA, and elsewhere.