RETROSPECT OF THE 2ND OF FEBRUARY – IMANTS KALNIŅŠ. THE FOURTH. SYMPHONIC JAZZ

09.02.2018 news
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On the 2nd February Vein Trio arrived from Switzerland to remind us that the piano trio is sometimes considered the smallest possible orchestra. The smallest of orchestras met the largest – the LNSO – to conjure up symphonic bop, as it was coined by Vein Trio percussionist Florian Arbenz. Imants Kalniņš also joined the team – the Swiss musicians accompanied the performance of his legendary Symphony no. 4.

 Photos: Mārcis Gaujenietis

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