The Latvian Radio Chamber Singers was founded in 1994 as a initiative of Kaspars Putniņš. It is a group eight to 16 singers that focuses on ensemble singing, exploring the range of the human voice and seeking out novel forms of expression. Along with regular concert programmes of 20th/21st century music written by contemporary composers and performance of experimental contemporary scores, the group is also involved in stage productions. It has enjoyed a successful collaboration with the Danish installation/ performance theatre Hotel Pro Forma and director Kirsten Dehlholm resulting in three multimedia choral operas in ten years. The first work was the much-acclaimed Operation: Orfeo (2007), which was followed by War Sum Up (2011) and NeoArctic (2016).