Liepāja orchestra to offer Ukrainians free entry to concerts

To support Ukrainian civilians, the Liepāja Symphony Orchestra offers Ukrainian citizens to attend spring concerts on April 22 and May 14 at the Liepaja concert hall Great Amber free of charge, the orchestra's representatives said April 13.

On April 22, at 19:00, under the leadership of conductor Andris Vecumnieks, the orchestra will play the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and César Franck. 

On May 14, at 18:00, the Liepājas Symphony Orchestra will conclude its 141st concert season with the music of Anton Bruckner and Sergei Prokofiev with the chief conductor, Gintars Rinkevičs.

Ukrainian citizens are invited to go to the information center of the Liepāja concert hall Great Amber to receive a free entry card to these concerts.

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