On August 27, on the LNSO Summer Festival closing concert LNSO will perform together with the star of the young generation of musicians Georgijs Osokins.
In part one, Arvo Pärt’s impressive Piano Concerto Lamentate, written for the exhibition of Anish Kapoor’s gigantic sculpture Marsyas in the London’s Tate Modern Museum Turbine Hall – a piece which may have never been performed in Latvia before. Solo by Georgijs Osokins.
In part two, Antonín Dvořák’s elegant, euphonic Symphony No. 8 – the LNSO will also perform the piece on tour to France and Switzerland shortly before the LNSO Summer Festival.
At 17.00 at the Cēsis Concert Hall Chamber Auditorium – Conversation before the concert, led by Orests Silabriedis.
The shuttle bus is organized from Riga to Cēsis. For tickets, visit http://www.bilesuparadize.lv/lv/events/event/57664
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