On Monday, October 12, at the Latvian Radio 1 concert studio at 6 pm, the program “Clean Apple” will be performed, dedicated to the 70th anniversary of composer Juris Ābols. The author himself will reveal his music philosophy in a conversation with Dāvis Eņģelis, the program manager of Latvijas Radio 3 “Klasika”.
The live broadcast of the concert can be viewed on the public media portal LSM.lv and on the Facebook page of Latvijas Radio 3, but listened to on the air of Latvijas Radio 3.
Dadaism pioneer Juris Ābol’s compositions for flute, violin, cello and piano will be performed by Trio Spectrum musicians – flutist Liene Denisjuka-Straupe and pianist Kristīne Paula, as well as violinist Sandis Šteinbergs and cellist Ēriks Kiršfelds.
The concert “Pure Apple” will feature Trio sonata for flute, violin and piano, “Gobi’s Tale” for flute and piano, “Elephant and Mouse” for violin and piano, Sonata for violin piano, Dodecaptiid Vidi Stellam for flute, flute,
In such a composition – flute, violin and piano – the composer also played music together with violinist Jānis Bulavas and pianist Edmunds Goldšteinas.
The concert program reflects the author’s original writing and emphasizes his ideas about the need for spiritual ecology. The organizers of the concert note: “It would be difficult to define the stylistic belonging of Juris Ābols’ works – it can be modernism, avant-garde, Dadaism, but also national romanticism.”
One of the main activities of “Trio Spectrum” is the playing of chamber music by Latvian authors and collaboration with composers. The ensemble refreshes long-unheard, rarely played musical opuses of Latvian composers, such as Ādolfs Skulte’s “Noveli”, Pauls Dambis ‘”Shakespeare’s Music”, Artūrs Grīnups’ “Nocturne”, Vilnius Šmīdbergs Trio, Juris Carlson’s trio “Sand Time”.
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