The unique amber sound of the Orchestra has originated in a unique place at the Baltic Sea – in Liepāja.

Music Festival LIEPĀJA SUMMER in Rundale Palace

10/08/2019   16:00
Rundāle, Rundāle Palace

August 10 16.00 – 00.00

Liepāja Symphony Orchestra, fine chambermusic, conversation about pleasure and duty, fresh mornings of romanticism, music in the nocturnal rose garden…

CHAMBERMUSIC FOR CELLO WITH IVARS BEZPROZVANOVS
White Hall 16.00

lvars  BEZPROZVANOVS / cello

Rihards PLEŠANOVS / piano

Orests SILABRIEDIS / conférencier

Program:
Lūcija GARŪTA – Lūgšana
Sergei RACHMANINOFF – Sonata for Cello and Piano
Jānis ĶEPĪTIS – Humoreska

THE GOLDEN SOUNDS OF LIEPĀJA FRENCH HORNS
White Hall 17.30

LIEPAJA HORN QUARTET:
Ingus NOVICĀNS / French Horn
Aivars VADONIS / French Horn
Mārcis AUZIŅŠ / French Horn
Edgars KALNIŅŠ / French Horn

Program:
Eugène BOZZA – The hunt from Suite for Horn Quartet
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART / Heinrich Dutschke – The Magic Flute
Johann Melchior MOLTER – Symphony in C major MWV 8:6
Johannes BRAHMS / Lee MARTINET – Hungarian Dance No.5 in G Minor
Giuseppe VERDI – Coro “Zitti, zitti” from the Opera Rigoletto
Ennio MORRICONE – Gabriel's Oboe from the 1986 film The Mission (arranged by Jānis Ivuškāns)
Lowell E. SHAW – Fripperies No. 2, No. 4 and No. 8

CONVERSATION. PLEASURE AND DUTY
Golden Hall 18.30

With:
Imants LANCMANIS / art historian, painter, former director of Rundale Palace
Orests SILABRIEDIS / musicologist
Igors ŠUVAJEVS / Doctor of Philosophy, Professor at University of Latvia

FRESH MORNINGS OF ROMANTICISM
White Hall 20.00

Anna GĀGANE / clarinet
Dārta TISENKOPHA / harp

Andris VEISMANIS / conductor
Liepāja Symphony Orchestra

Program:
Felix MENDELSSOHN – Symphony No. 4 in A major, op. 90 (“Italian”)
Claude DEBUSSY – “Sacred and Profane Dance” for harp and strings
Carl Maria von WEBER – Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in F minor, op. 73
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART – Symphony No. 29 in A major

BAROQUE SOUNDS IN THE NOCTURNAL ROSE GARDEN
The Palace Garden 22.00

Ilze ZARIŅA / violin
Baiba LASMANE / violin
Leons VELDRE / cello
Dārta TISENKOPFA / harp

Program:
Jean-Marie LECLAIR, Johann Sebastian BACH, Domenico SCARLATTI, Johannes BRAHMS, Virgilio MORTARI

Tickets are available here