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CONTEMPORARY NOTES FOR THE PIANO. Live-stream
Friday, 3rd April, 19:00

In these times, when the whole order of things has changed and people are denied a chance to fortify their spirit and draw on the healing power of music by enjoying performances of great artists in person, join us on a virtual visit to Cēsis Concert Hall at 19:00 on Friday, 3 April 2020. To connect to the Live-stream FOLLOW HERE. A unique concert featuring solo programmes by three brilliant Latvian pianists ‒ a view of these unusual

 
 
MUSIC FOR STRINGS ǀ THE NAVARRA QUARTET
Friday, 10th April, 19:00

Since its inception in 2020, the Navarra Quartet (United Kingdom) has won international acclaim as one of the most dynamic and poetic contemporary string quartets. Winner of a number of contests and grants, the ensemble has affirmed itself performing at major global venues like Wigmore Hall, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Philharmonie Luxembourg, Konzerthaus Berlin and the Sydney Opera House. In 2010 in the presence of the composer Peteris

 
 
VASKS, BRAHMS’ GERMAN REQUIEM AND LNSO
Saturday, 11th April, 19:00

Elīna Šimkus, soprano Rihards Millers, baritone Latvija State Choir Latvian National Symphony Orchestra Conductor Andris Poga Programme: Johannes Brahms, German Requiem; Pēteris Vasks, Musica Dolorosa;Mein Herr und mein Gott; Laudate Dominum In the Easter Week, on Holy Saturday, the lucid and subtle, light and graceful soprano of Elīna Šimkus will meet Rihards Millers’ rich and gentle yet masculine and

 
 
VOX AMORIS. THE SKRIDE SISTERS AND SINFONIETTA RĪGA
Saturday, 18th April, 19:00

Baiba Skride, violin Lauma Skride, piano Sinfonietta Rīga Orchestra Conductor Normunds Šnē Programme: Pēteris Vasks, Vox Amoris; The Fruit of Silence; Arvo Pärt, These Words; Erkki-Sven Tüür,  Flamma; Vilnis Šmīdbergs, Elegy  ‘Love existed, and it exists, and it will never end. I think solo violin and string orchestra are the best ensemble for singing a story of love. The one-movement composition opens