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Great Guild to undergo major changes over two years
Great Guild to undergo major changes over two years
Finally, the deadline for rebuilding the Great Guild concert hall has been clearly marked. The renewal of the ancient concert hall has been postponed again and again, Latvian Television reported on May 9.
Tallinn Music Week to feature Latvian performers in April
Tallinn Music Week to feature Latvian performers in April
The international festival of new music, Tallinn Music Week, returns for the 16th time this spring. It will take place in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, from 3 to 7 April and will bring together 165 artists from 35 countries.
Osokin Freedom Festival for Ukraine program announced
Osokin Freedom Festival for Ukraine program announced
A full program of this year's Osokin Freedom Festival for Ukraine has been announced. In addition to previously announced events, the festival will offer special concerts featuring Ukrainian artists, documentary cinema, a day of talks and discussions, a music instrument game camp for Ukrainian children from Chernihiv and other war-hit areas, among other events.
Ukrainian musician Oksana Nikitiuk's busy life in Latvia
Ukrainian musician Oksana Nikitiuk's busy life in Latvia
Ukrainian musician Oksana Nikitiuk, who has been away from her homeland for two years, calls music, the friends she has made in Latvia and like-minded people her sources of strength. Latvian Radio spoke to the accomplished artist February 23 about her life and music in Latvia.
Ukrainian, Latvian folklore to intertwine in chamber music concert
Ukrainian, Latvian folklore to intertwine in chamber music concert
On February 25, the Ukrainian singer, conductor, and musician Oksana Nikitiuk and Latvian pianist Herta Hansena will offer a Ukrainian and Latvian chamber music program “Sunflower Road” both live and livestreamed, representatives of the Liepāja Concert Hall 'Great Amber' said.
Famous Latvian musician Juris Kulakovs dies
Famous Latvian musician Juris Kulakovs dies
Latvian composer, multi-instrumentalist and legendary rock band 'Pērkons' founder Juris Kulakovs has died, musician Juris Sējāns confirmed to Latvian Radio on February 12.
Osokin Freedom Festival for Ukraine to return April, May
Osokin Freedom Festival for Ukraine to return April, May
From April 5 to May 12, the fifth Osokin Freedom Festival will be held in Rīga and elsewhere in Latvia. Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, it has been dedicated to supporting the Ukrainian army, civilians, and especially Ukrainian children.
Supernova finalists revealed
Supernova finalists revealed
Ten acts have advanced to the final of the Eurovision selection contest 'Supernova' following a televised selection round on February 3.
Supernova expected on Saturday
Supernova expected on Saturday
There's no avoiding it – well, not unless you try quite hard – as this Saturday, February 3 will see the 'semi final' of the Eurovision selection competition 'Supernova' broadcast on Latvian Television from 21:10.

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