Virtual Three for the Weekend in Latvia: Sound Poets, Mother's Day, Art Agenda

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Though restrictions on public gatherings are due to be relaxed slightly from May 12, they remain in force this weekend. So here are some things to do and enjoy in the virtual realm over the next few days. And remember to be particularly nice to your (and everyone else's) mother.

The Sound Poets on LTV stage

The weekly "Z Studija" concert promises a warm breeze of spring in an acoustic style. 8 May's concert on LTV1 features popular group The Sound Poets. 

At the beginning of the year, the band carefully prepared for this acoustic concert, an opportunity to establish direct contact with the audience. The state of emergency stunted the preparations - the musicians admit that postponing the concert was hard to accept. Yet, they still want to reach their audience and will do so tonight.

Friday, May 8, tune in to LTV1 at 21:20 for a blossoming experience with The Sound Poets..

Celebrities' gifts for mothers

This year, Mother's Day is at a time when gatherings are banned. For those who will not be able to give their moms a hug in person, Latvian celebrities have created digital greetings.

Musicians and actors, including Gundars Āboliņš, Dons, Elīna Vaska, Aurēlija Anužīte, Žoržs Siksna and others have made their video greetings available for re-sharing on and

Video: Dons singing for mothers


Virtual Art Agenda


For art lovers, the SEB scholarship virtual exhibition "Dienaskārtība/Agenda" is held from April 22 to May 20.

The SEB scholarship and Latvian Academy of Arts collaborative exhibition displays a theme of critical thinking and analyzing media impact on personal and public opinion, to see how news and social networks connect to the audience. 
More information on the exhibition on their Facebook page.

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