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ARTURS MASKATS’ ANNIVERSARY CONCERT / MY THEATRE
Saturday, 27th January, 19:00

Composer Arturs Maskats Kamēr... Choir and conductor Jānis Liepiņš Undertango Quartet LNOB soloists Ieva Parša and Armands Siliņš Latvian Radio Choir soloist Rūdolfs Bērtiņš Mikhail Chekhov Riga Russian Theatre actors Yulia Berngardt, Jana Herbsta, Maxim Busel For his celebratory concert, Arturs Maskats has chosen a programme of songs from various years, set to lyrics by some of his favourite poets, and

 
 
KNĪPAS UN KNAUĶI / I SING IN THE EVENING, I SING IN THE MORNING
Sunday, 28th January, 13:00

Six groups of the Knīpas un Knauķi children’s vocal studio: ZĪLĪTES, ŽUBĪTES, BALODĪŠI, STRAZDIŅI, CĪRULĪŠI, BEZDELĪGAS Soloists: Andris Sējāns, Sanita Sējāne, Laura Štoma, Gustavs Melbārdis The backing band: Andris Sējāns, Leons Sējāns, Anrijs Grinbergs, Roberts Rasa The 45th Anniversary Concert of the Knīpas and Knauķi children’s musical studio continues its tour, now making a stop in Cēsis. The

 
 
AMBIENTE STAGE / HÖGNI solo concert TWO TRAINS
Saturday, 3rd February, 19:00

Icelandic composer and singer Högni (better known as the front man of indie rock band Hjaltalín and previous member of electronic group GusGus) has released the first solo album Two Trains and in the beginning of 2018 is starting a concert tour in Europe. The Högni’s only concert in Baltic states will be held in Cēsis Concert Hall.  The two trains mentioned in the album title are very literal machines - locomotives Minør and Pionér

 
 
THE CANTERVILLE GHOST
Thursday, 8th February, 11:00

A Latvian Puppet Theatre performance for children aged 6+ Based on Oscar Wilde’s ironically Gothic story ‘The Canterville Ghost’, this puppet theatre production speaking of the importance of mutual understanding and love will give plenty of food for thought for the young spectators and their parents alike. An old English castle is home to the ghost of Sir Simon de Canterville. It enjoys wandering around in the dark castle passages

 
 
KRISTJAN JÄRVI AND BALTIC ACADEMIES ORCHESTRA
Saturday, 10th February, 19:00

Programme Arvo Pärt – Symphony No.1 Pēteris Vasks - Lauda Modest Mussorgsky - Night on Bare Mountain Edward Elgar - Enigma Variations The Baltic Academies Orchestra (BAO) is a new and innovative joint educational project of the Music academies of the three Baltic States, GMF La Nota and the Baltic Sea Philharmonic. In celebration of the 100-year independence of the three Baltic States, the orchestra will tour

 
 
KANCHELI’S GEORGIAN MOODS / Xylem Trio and Nato Metonidze
Friday, 16th February, 19:00

A trio of three internationally acclaimed Latvian musicians ‒ Rihards Zaļupe (percussion), Raimonds Petrauskis (keyboards) un Oskars Petrauskis (saxophone) ‒ present a concert programme based on music for films and stage by the world-famous Georgian composer Giya Kancheli. The programme will be made even more special by an appearance by the Georgian diva Nato Metonidze, who, with her voice, is able to reveal the depth of the sorrow