With state and municipal financing, grants from European funds and support of musicians and intellectual elite, the vision of maestro Resnis was passed on to the next generation of orchestra management - conductor Atvars Lakstīgala, LSO director Uldis Lipskis and concert hall project manager Ints Dālderis. The technical project was confirmed in January 2012, and the construction work for Liepāja multi-functional culture center Great Amber began in the mid-2013 at the intersection of Jūras and Radio iela.
The grand and magnificent building was inaugurated on 6 November 2015 with a concert featuring music of local composer Agris Englemanis and Ēriks Ešenvalds, the internationally most often performed young Latvian composer. The pinnacle of the opening concert was the immortal masterpiece of Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No. 9, performed by the State Academic Choir Latvija. With the first notes, reverberating in its walls, Great Amber tied together Liepāja, Latvia and the world; the past, the present and the future.