DVOŘÁK FROM THE NEW WORLD

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Colleagues of Zoltán Kodály said that he embodied the Hungarian soul, and that is convincingly seen in the very ornate Dances of Galánta. Pēteris Plakidis, who has both Greek and Latvian ancestry, composed his Interplay with distinctly Latvian contours, inviting a series of soloists (some on the balcony, some in the auditorium, some behind the door) to join him. And what about Dvořák? He fell hostage to the music of North Ameriva and admitted this frankly in his famous New World Symphony.

24 Apr

19.00 / Friday / Riga, The Great Guild

Soloist/-s

Dita Krenberga - flauta

Anete Toča -

Guntis Kuzma -

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Artūrs Šulcs -

Conductor

Andris Vecumnieks

Program

  • Zoltán Kodály Dances of Galánta,
  • Pēteris Plakidis Concerto for soloist group and symphony orchestra Interplay,
  • Antonín Dvořák Symphony No. 9 From the New World in E minor, Op. 95.

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