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CULTURAL AGENDA MARCH 1, WEDNESDAY


19.00 classical Latvian compos- ers for centenary of Latvia by State Choir Latvija. Conductor: Måris Sir- mais. Programme: World premieres by Latvian composers. National Library of Latvia (Ziedonis Hall).


1–2.04,


Igudesman & Joo, LNO


16.03,


Vivaldianno, Aréna Riga


MARCH 2, THURSDAY


19.00 opera premiere ‘Carmen’, G. Bizet. Conductor: Jånis Liepiñš. Latvian National Opera. 18.00 presentation Talk by Robert Leckie, curator at Gasworks inter- national exhibition, studio and resi- dency programme in London. KIM?


MARCH 3, FRIDAY 30 APRIL


19.00 opera ‘Carmen’, G. Bizet. Conductor: Jånis Liepiñš. Latvian National Opera. 19.00 sacred Concert by Diåna Jaunzeme-Portnaja (organ), female choir Ausma. Conductor: Jånis Zirnis. Riga Cathedral. 19.00 contemporary theatre ‘The Unbitten Elbow’. Performers: Reinis Boters, Jånis Kronis, Klåvs Mellis. Director: Mårcis Låcis. Ìertrüdes Street Theatre. 19.00 classical ‘Ultimate Classics’. Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto. Latvian National Symphony Or- chestra. Conductor: Dmistry Liss. Soloist: Anton Lyahovky (piano). Programme: Pyotr Tchaikovsky— Piano Concerto Nº1, Pyotr Tchai- kovsky—Symphony Manfred. Great Guild Hall. 19.30 поп Концерт Слава. Riga Congress Hall.


MARCH 3-4


INTERNATIONAL CRAFT BEER & FOLK FESTIVAL ‘METENIS’


Be ready to celebrate the ancient start-of-spring festiv- ity—Meteñi—in the traditional Latvian way, while sipping a choice beer by one the best craft breweries of the Baltics, eating seasonal food and listen- ing to live performances of Lat- vian folk and post-folk artists.


Venue: Labietis Brewery, 9 A. Briåna iela. Further info: www.metenis.lv


22.00 latvian hip hop Ozols. Time Capsule Concert Tour Opening Con- cert. Noliktava Nº3, 4a Andrejostas iela.


MARCH 4, SATURDAY


12.00 and 15.00 education ‘The Little Magic Flute’, music by W. A. Mozart. Conductor: Andris Veisma- nis. Latvian National Opera. 19.00 opera ‘Carmen’, G. Bizet. Latvian National Opera. 19.00 contemporary theatre ‘The Unbitten Elbow’. Performers: Reinis Boters, Jånis Kronis, Klåvs Mellis. Director: Mårcis Låcis. Ìertrüdes Street Theatre. 19.00 guitar Guitar Virtuoso Ottmar Liebert /Germany/. Great Guild Hall. 19.00 latin/guitar Quique Sinesi (guitar) /Argentina/ (Latin Grammy winner), Ruslan Vilensky (cello) /Germany/Latvia/. Museum of Riga’s History and Navigation. 20.00 retro covers Scott Bradlee Postmodern Jukebox. Vintage twist to modern pop songs. Palladium Riga. 20.00 indie pop Concert by Bastille /UK/. Wild Wild World Tour. Aréna Riga.


MARCH 5, SUNDAY


19.00 ballet ‘Giselle’, A. Adam. Conductor: Farhads Stade. Latvian National Opera.


MARCH 6, MONDAY


19.00 contemporary theatre ‘Yes- terday Forever’. Performers: Edgars Samîtis, Ivars Krasts, Ìirts Krümiñš, Jana Òisova, Armands Ber©is. Direc- tor: Andris Kalnozols. Ìertrüdes Street Theatre. 19.30 поп-рок Диана Арбенина и Ночные Снайперы. С альбомом ‘Only Lovers Will Survive’. Riga Con- gress Hall.


MARCH 8, WEDNESDAY


19.00 ballet ‘Anna Karenina’, P. Tchaikovsky. Conductor: Gintaras Rinkeviçius. Latvian National Opera. 19.30


classical/contemporary


Xylem Trio. Champagne Music. Performers: Raimonds Petrauskis (keyboard), Oskars Petrauskis (saxo- phone), Rihards Za¬upe (percussion). Programme: J.S. Bach, G.F. Händel,


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