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It is time for a celebration! While Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet evokes modest, solemn joy, an early chamber music piece by Vasks elicits an insidious smile, Prokofiev’s piece is full of klezmer glee, and Shostakovich’s waltzes epitomise amusement. The musicians have also prepared a surprise – music scholar Zoltán Gárdonyi, a master of Hungarian 20th century sacred music, wrote pieces for choir and organ. His works resemble baroque music and Mendelssohn, but what will a piece for a string quartet sound like?

03 Nov

19.00 / Thursday / Riga, The Great Guild

Soloist/-s

Guntis KUZMA, clarinet

LNSO String quartet:

  Sandis ŠTEINBERGS, I Violin

Terēze ZĪBERTE-IJABA, II Violon

  Katrīna KRAŠAUSKA-KRAUZE, Viola

Ainārs PAUKŠĒNS, Cello

Agnese FOLKBERGA, Piano

Program

  • Zoltán Gárdonyi String Quartet No.3
  • Volfgang Amadeus Mozart Larghetto from Clarinet Quintet
  • Sergey Prokofiev Overture on Hebrew Themes
  • Dmitry Shostakovich Two Waltzes for Violin, Clarinet and Piano
  • Pēteris VASKS Three Pieces for Clarinet and Piano

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