For the 6th year in a row, Dzintari Concert Hall will host the most spectacular music event – Jurmala Festival. Taking the effective gathering limitations into consideration, amendments were made to the festival programme– 2 m distance will be ensured between the visitors during the concerts and a maximum of 500 visitors will be able to visit each concert in person.
One of the most anticipated piano music concerts – the performance of The Three Osokins dynasty at Dzintari Concert Hall, will be held within the framework of Jurmala Festival. During the concert Dzimuši Latvijā (Born in Latvia), we will meet excellent musicians of Latvia, who have gained worldwide recognition – Aleksandrs Antoņenko, Reinis Zariņš, Raimonds Ozols, Sergejs and Andrejs Osokins, violin player Kristīne Balanas, who will be joined by the young talents of Latvia and national chamber orchestra Sinfonietta Rīga, conducted by Aināra Rubiķis. Iveta Apkalna, the world-renowned Latvian organist and honorary artist of Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie, will welcome the sunrise with the sounds of the organ on the beach in Dzintari at 4:00 a.m. In a concert dedicated to the internationally famous Latvian conductor Mariss Jansons, the audience will enjoy Peter Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6 and Max Bruch’s Violin Concerto performed by the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, violinist Kristīne Balana and conductor Andris Poga. Meanwhile, Maestro Raimonds Pauls, together with the Latvian Radio Big Band and Sinfonietta Rīga String Band, will invite you for a beautiful walk through the pages of world cinema music. While the closing concert of the festival will be marked by a meeting of two world-renowned Latvian musicians – opera singer Aleksandrs Antoņenko and pianist Reinis Zariņš, who will play the most beautiful vocal solo music by Richard Wagner, Ricard Strauss and other Western European classical music composers.
Visitors will be able to buy tickets for live on-line broadcasts of all concerts of Jurmala Festival, as well as watch them remotely. They will be hosted by musician Jānis Šipkēvics in the concert studio.