The recording studio is set up in the exquisite complex of buildings belonging to the Paliesius Manor, located in the district of Ignalina, next to the village of Mielagėnai. It is a mutual project initiated by the Paliesius Manor and “Baltic Mobile Recordings” and is developed in the unique environment by the professionals of their corresponding fields. World-class performers like Gidon Kremer, Lucas Debargue, Andrius Žlabys, Mūza Rubackytė, Aleksandr Kniazev, Chen Yunjie, Kremerata Baltica chamber orchestra, Mettis String Quartet were among the residents here and have recorded their albums in the studio. The studio of the Paliesius manor is especially suitable for recording acoustic music; the quality is guaranteed by the recording equipment of the highest standard and extremely experienced sound engineers.
History of The Paliesius Manor goes back to the seventeenth century; after undergoing renovation the classicist building became a real hub for culture in the Auštaitija region. One of the most remarkable objects in the manor is the concert hall, shaped like a horseshoe and positioned at the very heart of the building complex. The concert hall has unique acoustics, its qualities are brought out by the constructions made out of stone, glass, and wood. These acoustics have been appreciated by many world-class musicians, who have chosen the hall for recording their albums. The hall has two high-class „Steinway & Sons” concert pianos, while the space itself is big enough for a chamber orchestra size ensemble. The concert hall can host up to 150 guests during a performance.