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Arts & Events guide

  • 2016-01-27

LATVIA

THURSDAY, JAN 28

Don Quixote, ballet - 19:00 @  Latvian National Opera & Ballet (LNOB), Farhads Stade (conductor)
 
Les Six and Goat’s Dance - 19:00 @  Riga, The Great Guild, Chamber music concert. D. Krenberga, E. Upatnieks, M. Circenis, J. Semjonovs, A.Eglina (soloists). The French les Six is one of the most notable groups in the history of Western music. Milhaud, Honegger and Poulenc, Auric, Durey, Tailleferre
 
FRIDAY, JAN 29

Rigoletto, opera - 19:00 @ LNOB, Martins Ozolins (conductor)
 
SATURDAY, JAN 30

Opera and Ballet through Chamber Music, concert - 15:00 @  LNOB
 
Swan Lake, ballet - 19:00 @  LNOB, Martins Ozolins (conductor)
 
SUNDAY, JAN 31

Die Fledermaus, operetta - 12:00 @ LNOB, Normunds Vaicis (conductor)
 
The Sound of Music, concert performance - 15:00@  LNOB, Education, for the entire family
 
Die Fledermaus, operetta - 19:00 @  LNOB, Normunds Vaicis (conductor)

WEDNESDAY, FEB 3

Bolero, ballet - 19:00 @  LNOB, Martins Ozolins Conductor
 
THURSDAY, FEB 4

The Love of Three Oranges, opera  - 19:00 @  LNOB, Atvars Lakstigala (conductor). Prokofiev
 
#Philip Glass – Architect of Trance - 19:00 @ Riga, The Great Guild
 
FRIDAY, FEB 5

Raymonda, ballet - 19:00 @  LNOB, Janis Liepins (conductor)
 
Philip Glass and American Silent Film - 19:00 @ Riga, The Great Guild, Kaspars Adamsons (conductor), Kristaps Bergs (soloist)
 
SATURDAY, FEB 6

Il Trovatore, opera - 19:00 @  LNOB, Janis Liepins  (conductor)
 
WEDNESDAY, FEB 10

Anna Karenina, ballet - 19:00 @  LNOB, Gintars Rinkevics (conductor)

LITHUANIA
 
THURSDAY, JAN 28

Tristan and Isolde, ballet - 18:30 @  Lithuanian National Ballet Theatre (LNOBT), Modestas Pitrenas  (conductor)  
 
FRIDAY, JAN 29

L’Elisir d’Amore, opera - 18:30 @ (LNOBT), Modestas Pitrenas (conductor), Gaetano Donizetti
 
SATURDAY, JAN 30

The Nutcracker, ballet - 18:30 @ LNOBT, Modestas Barkauskas (conductor). Tchaikovsky
 
Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra - 19:00 @ Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall, From Treasury of the Orchestra. Vytautas Sondeckis (soloist), Juozas Domarkas (conductor). Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky
 
SUNDAY, JAN 31

Cinderella, ballet - 12:00 @ LNOBT, For Children
 
Baltic Guitar Quartet - Playful Round-Up of Guitars, 12:00 @ Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall
Host of the concert Viktoras Gerulaitis, Giedrius Kuprevicius, Jonas Tamulionis, Jurgis Juozapaitis, Mikalojus Konstantinas Ciurlionis, Chris Ruebens. Family series
 
WEDNESDAY, FEB 3

The Snow Queen, ballet - 18:30 @  LNOBT, Martynas Staskus (conductor), Michael Corder (UK, Choreographer and Director), Mark Bailey (UK, Designer). Music by Sergei Prokofiev, arranged by Julian Philips
 
THURSDAY, FEB 4

The Snow Queen, ballet - 18:30 @  LNOBT, Martynas Staskus (conductor)
 
FRIDAY, FEB 5

La Boheme,  opera - 18:30 @  LNOBT, Robertas Servenikas (conductor). Giacomo Puccini


SATURDAY, FEB 6

Carmen,  ballet - 18:30 @ LNOBT, Modestas Barkauskas (conductor)
 
Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra - 19:00 @ Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall, Pages of French Music. Yeol Eum (piano), Oliver Grangean (conductor). Paul Dukas, Maurice Ravel, Georges Bizet
 
SUNDAY, FEB 7

Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs - 12:00 @ LNOBT, Alvydas Sulcys (conductor). Bogdan Pawlowski. For children
 
TUESDAY, FEB 9

Carmen, ballet - 18:30 @  LNOBT, Modestas Barkauskas (conductor)
 
WEDNESDAY, FEB 10

Magician of the keyboard – Alexei Grynyuk - 19:00 @ Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall, Alexei Grynyuk (piano). Modest Musorgskij, Sergej Rachmaninov
 
ESTONIA
 
THURSDAY, JAN 28

Aida, opera - 19:00 @ Tallinn, Estonian National Opera (ENO), Tobias Kratzer (Stage Director, Germany)
 
FRIDAY, JAN 29

Die Zirkusprinzessin, operetta / musical - 19:00 @ Tallinn, ENO
 
Alexander Raskatov. “Missa Byzantina” - 19:00 @ Tallinn, Estonia Concert Hall
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, State Choir Latvija
Boris Berezovsky (piano, Russia), Andres Mustonen (conductor)
Rakhmaninov. Concerto for piano and orchestra no 3
Raskatov. “Byzantine Rite” (the world premiere)
The world premiere of the full version in cooperation with Istanbul Festival and concert organizers from Helsinki, Riga, and Saint Petersburg.
The world premiere of Alexander Raskatov’s full version of “Byzantine Rite” will be a  totally unique music event in  Estonia. Shortly after the concert in Tallinn, the work will be conducted by Andres Mustonen in Helsinki and in Riga, performed by Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, and Latvian National Symphony Orchestra. The soloist of Rachmaninoff’s piano concerto is the pianist Boris Berezovsky, who is especially valued in the world’s leading concert halls for his interpretations of Russian romantic piano music.
 
Concert series “The Ringing Masterpieces in Kadriorg” The concert introduces Konstantin Korovin’s painting “Poem”
19:00 @ Narva Cultural Centre GENEVA
 
SATURDAY, JAN 30

Rinaldo, opera - 19:00 @ Tallinn, ENO
 
State Choir Latvija, Hortus Musicus, conductor Andres Mustonen
- 16:00 @ Tallinn St. John’s Church, Nystedt, Tavener, Kaumann, Eshenvalds, Monteverdi
 
SUNDAY, JAN 31

La Bayadere, ballet - 17:00 @ Tallinn, ENO
 
MONDAY, FEB 1
 
Giora Feidman Trio
- 19:00 @ St. Petersburg St. John’s Church, Giora Feidman (clarinet). Guido Jager (double-bass). Enrique Ugarte (accordion).
Programme of Klezmer-music
Almost every year, MustonenFest has staged a concert of one of the true legends of music world. This concert presents the Argentinian clarinet legend Giora Feidman.
Feidman is a brilliant jazz artist who performs classical, Latin American, and naturally klezmer music. His concerts and direct emotional interaction with the audience will warm hearts, break down prejudices, and change attitudes
 
TUESDAY, FEB 2

Georgian Sukhishvili National Ballet - 19:00 @ Tartu, Vanemuine Concert Hall
 
WEDNESDAY, FEB 3

My Fair Lady, operetta / musical - 19:00 @ Tallinn, ENO
 
PLANETS - Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, 18:00 @  Cultural Centre Geneva, Narva
The Planets – an HD Odyssey, a collaboration between Duncan Copp, a director known for many films on or about space, and NASA, will be shown with Gustav Holst’s magnum opus The Planets, providing the audience with a spectacular performance based on the latest discoveries in space.

With their lavish orchestration and memorable melodies, the musical portraits of planets created by Holst have fascinated audiences for over a century. In addition to its success on concert stages, his music has been featured on countless Hollywood film soundtracks.
After the premiere of one of Holst and Copp’s collaborative pieces, The New York Times wrote: “Photographs from rovers and satellites, radar images and computer-generated graphics were combined to give the audience the impression of circling individual planets and sometimes flying over their awesomely barren landscapes...” British newspaper The Scotsman called this symbiosis of music and film, this multimedia mix “a marriage made in heaven.”

The first part of the concert is dedicated to one of the masters of British music, Benjamin Britten. Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten, composed for string orchestra and bell, is one of the first works ever written by Arvo Part in the tintinnabuli style. Britten wrote his famous The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra for the London Symphony Orchestra’s educational documentary Instruments of the Orchestra with the aim of teaching young people to listen and notice different instruments and groups of instruments within a symphony orchestra.

The orchestra will be conducted by ENSO’s former principal conductor Nikolai Alexeev, who has been working closely with the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra for years and in addition to conducting all of the major symphony orchestras of Moscow and St Petersburg, has also conducted numerous orchestras outside Russia and given concerts in Europe, Japan, and the United States.
 
Arvo Part. Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten
Benjamin Britten. Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell), Op. 34
Gustav Holst. The Planets (1916; with the film The Planets – An HD Odyssey by Duncan Copp)
 
Giora Feidman Trio - 19:00 @ Tallinn, Estonia Concert Hall, Giora Feidman (clarinet), Guido Jager (double-bass), Enrique Ugarte (accordion). Programme of Klezmer-music

Chamber Orchestra Moscow Virtuosi, conductor Andres Mustonen - 19:00 @ Johvi Concert Hall
 
THURSDAY, FEB 4

Medea, ballet - 19:00 @ Tallinn, ENO, Ballet by Gianluca Schiavoni. Libretto by Marco Gandini. Music: Igor Stravinsky, Alfred Schnittke, Dead Can Dance.

Chamber Orchestra Moscow Virtuosi, conductor Andres Mustonen - 19:00 @ Tallinn, Estonia Concert Hall
Telemann. Ouverture des nations anciens et modernes in G- major. Tchaikovsky. The Seasons (versioon for orchestra). Sumera. “Musica profana.” Kancheli. “Silent prayer.” Boccherini. Symphony no 6 d- moll (“La Casa del Diavolo”)
 
FRIDAY, FEB 5

Aida, opera - 19:00 @ Tallinn, ENO, Opera by Giuseppe Verdi in two acts
 
PLANETS
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra
- 19:00 @  Nordea Concert Hall, HARMONY III: Part, Britten, Holst and “The Planets – An HD Odyssey” by Duncan Copp., Nikolai Alexeev (conductor)
 
SATURDAY, FEB 6

Cinderella, ballet - 19:00 @ Tallinn, ENO
 
MustonenFest Gala - 19:00 @ Tallinn, Estonia Concert Hall, Klaasparlimang Sinfonietta, Estonian National Male Choir
Andres Mustonen (conductor), Giora Feidman (clarinet), Keren Hadar (soprano)
Ivo Sillamaa, Reinut Tepp, Lembit Orgse (harpsichordists)
MustonenFest ends with a grand colorful gala concert. The Estonian National Male Choir will be performing from the balconies of the Estonia Concert Hall.
 
SUNDAY, FEB 7

Rinaldo, opera - 17:00 @ Tallinn, ENO, Opera by Georg Friedrich Handel in two acts
 
WEDNESDAY, FEB 10

Die Zirkusprinzessin, operetta / musical - 19:00 @ Tallinn, ENO, Operetta by Imre Kalman in two acts