Chamber Hall’s series PERSONALLY
The meeting of Biruta Ozoliņa and Uģis Prauliņš voices with kokle, as well as electronics sounds on the stage may seem an ancient memory, as they both once participated in the new wave of folklore in Latvia, but this electro-acoustic ethno-duet is a brand new project. In their music the duet creatively uses folklore elements of the regions of Latvia, ambient and academic music, as well as jazz and rock elements.
In Liepaja, the ethno-duet with its concert programme “Identities” will take the audience on a retrospective journey, commemorating and singing early songs of the nations living in the regions of Latvia – Livs, Leivs, Latgalians and others. They will be based on stories of different and similar, friendly and sometimes harsher people, who still live their lives in the folk songs.
Biruta Ozoliņa is Latvian and especially Latgalian folk singer, kokle player, and one of the leading authorities in the contemporary folklore movement. She is characterised by her unique voice, as well as the scope of personal experience combined with piano-like kokle playing techniques. Uģis Prauliņš is known as a talented composer, who has played in various formations of the legendary seventies – progressive rock bands “Salve”, “Vecās Mājas”, student folklore band “Bizīteri”, has participated in recordings and concerts of post-folklore band “Iļģi”. For his composition – The Nightingale – he was nominated for the Grammy Award.
Biruta Ozoliņa – voice and kokle,
Uģis Prauliņš – keyboard instruments.
Duration: approximately 60 minutes
Organised by: Great Amber
Ticket price: 7 euros
Regarding ticket purchases:
When you purchase a ticket for 7 euros, you will receive a streaming code that you will be able to use to watch the concert. The live stream can be accessed via the website of "Biļešu Paradīze" or Great Amber by clicking on the concert: “Live convert. Biruta Ozoliņa and Uģis Prauliņš. Ethno-duet” . To access the concert, you will have to enter the streaming code under "insert password".
The code can be used for one device only.
We ask attendees of concerts to assess their health and not to attend events if they are showing symptoms of respiratory infection (fever, cough, shortness of breath), or if they are under self-isolation, home quarantine or strict isolation. The Great Hall will be opened for the audience 15 minutes before the concert.
By attending this event, you confirm that:
- you will observe all safety measures put in place to limit the spreading of Covid-19, of which you will be informed at the venue as well;
- you will leave your outerwear individually at the cloakroom;