In this Holiday music The Latvian National Symphony Orchestra String Quartet (Sandis Šteinbergs, violin, Raimonds Melderis, violin, Arigo Štrāls, viola, Ainārs Paukšēns, cello, Raivo Ozols, double bass) and accordionist Artūrs Noviks will take part in the concert, which will normally be conducted by Jānis Ozols. They will play compositions by Astor Piacola and Kārlis Lācis, as well as tango music.
Listeners who had purchased tickets or subscriptions to the transferred Holiday music concerts, you can exchange previously purchased tickets and subscriptions.
Due to the restrictions on gatherings set in the country, the seating arrangement of Dzintari Concert Hall has been changed, and only 211 listeners will be able to attend each concert in person, so there will be two concerts instead of each missed concert. Tickets and subscriptions can be exchanged only at the box office of Dzintari Concert Hall every day from 10:00 to 17:30
Next transferred Holiday music concert Spanish music and dance will take place on November 29 at 14 and 17. The concert will feature singer Aija Vītoliņš, guitarist Kaspars Vizulis, double bassist Reini Ozoliņš, keyboardist Tomas Mikāls, percussionist Rinalds Maksimovs and dancers Ieva Kemler and Ģirts Bisenieks. In this concert, unlike other concerts of the cycle, the audience will have the opportunity not only to enjoy conversations and music, but also temperamental dance performances interpreted by choreographer Ieva Kemler.
Cycle Holiday music hour-long concerts welcome listeners who want to attend the concert in broad daylight, combining it with a nice walk along the sea and a leisurely holiday meal in the restaurant of Dzintari Concert Hall Maestro. As before, cycle Holiday music The concerts are conducted by the attractive conductor Jānis Ozols, a favorite of the public and choirs. He creates concerts as a conversation with artists about music and life.
Taking into account the spread of Covid-19 virus, Dzintari Concert Hall invites to take the necessary precautions when attending concerts – to wear protective masks, to arrive at the concert hall, visit the concert hall cafe or stay in other public areas until the seat indicated on the entrance ticket.