Angelich. Beethoven. Poga. Harmony. A retrospection of the evening.

02.02.2018 news

The wizardly fingers of Nicholas Angelich conjured Beethoven’s transcendental, fragile fantasy, known to the Earth dwellers as his Piano Concerto no. 4. Andris Poga built a monumental, lively Prokofiev’s Symphony no. 5 using an architectural, far-reaching approach.

Photos: Mārcis Gaujenietis
































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