Information for holders of the Spring 2020 subscription of the Chamber Hall concert series PERSONALLY!!!
Only HOLDERS of the Spring 2020 subscription of the Chamber Hall concert series PERSONALLY will have the unique opportunity to see the streament concerts Bach. Groove. Saxophones (13 June) and Biruta Ozoliņa and Uģis Prauliņš. Ethno-Duet. (5 July) live at the venue. You may only attend a concert at the venue with a valid Spring Subscription ticket.
If a holder of a Subscription does not wish to attend the concerts at the venue, they have the opportunity to receive a streaming code and watch both concerts from their homes. In order to receive an access code or details on the concert procedure, please contact Aiva Juhnevica at 28268404 or via e-mail: email@example.com .
The Spring Subscription will not be reimbursed.
Information for holders of individual tickets for the Chamber Hall concert series PERSONALLY!!!
Holders of individual tickets for the concert Bach. Groove. Saxophones (13 June) and/or Biruta Ozoliņa and Uģis Prauliņš. Ethno-Duet. (5 July) have the wonderful opportunity to stream both concerts from their homes. If you have previously purchased a ticket for the concert on 13 June at 3 o’clock or 5 July at 3 o’clock, you have the wonderful opportunity to enjoy both concerts as a live stream and share the experience with your entire household!
In order to get a digital streaming code, please send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your ticket number in the e-mail.
If you have questions or want to find out more, please contact Aiva Juhnevica at 28268404 or e-mail: email@example.com .
In the concert program “Bach. Groove. Saxophones” the experienced Riga Saxophone Quartet meets percussionist Guntars Freibergs, one of the most prominent Latvian musicians of the young generation, who has been nominated several times for the Grand Music Prize. It is noteworthy that in Latvia such a set of musicians will play on one stage for the first time – the full sounds of four saxophones complemented by a variety of percussion instruments, including marimba, drums, and vibraphone. Also, the repertoire chosen by the musicians is diverse – from the repositioning of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “English Suite” for this unusual ensemble to the legendary “Rebonds B” of percussion instruments by avantgarde master of the 20th century Iannis Xenakis, as well as jazzy moods and references to the music of different nations, and the great intrigue as new work! Its author Edgars Mākens gained his popularity as a musician and songwriter of the Latvian alternative bands “Gaujarts” and “Manta” and has rich experience in the theatre music genre; during the last years, he has also worked in the field of academic music and studies composition at Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music.
Typical to the Chamber Hall series PERSONALLY - meeting with the musicians after the concert, for a chance to enjoy conversations in an informal atmosphere with a cup of coffee or glass of wine.
The program includes Johann Sebastian Bach, Iannis Xenakis, Edgars Mākens, Guillermo Lago and others.