The Latvian Radio Choir (LRC) ranks among the top professional chamber choirs in Europe and its refined taste for musical material, fineness of expression and vocal of unbelievably immense compass have charted it as a noted brand on the world map. Since 1992, LRC has two conductors – Sigvards Kļava, Music Director and Principal Conductor; and Kaspars Putniņš. More


The Latvian Radio Chamber Singers (LRCS), established by Kaspars Putniņš in 1994, is a vocal ensemble formed by members of the Latvian Radio Choir. The ensemble specializes in exploring new possibilities for the human voice and searching for new ways and kinds of musical performances. Their repertoire mostly consists of contemporary music. The singers perform works by Luciano Berio, Iannis Xenakis, Kaija Saariaho, Giacinto Scelsi, and other composers of the 20th and 21st century. More

Conductors

Music Director of the Latvian Radio Choir

Choir

Agate Burkina
Sings in choir from May 2012
Ieva Ezeriete
Sings in choir from January 1985
Inga Martinsone
Sings in choir from January 1993
Inita Vindava
Sings in choir from May 1992
Iveta Romancāne
Sings in choir from October 2006
Kristīne Barkovska
Sings in choir from January 2002
Santa Kokina
Sings in choir from January 2004
Dace Strautmane
Sings in choir from January 2000
Gundega Krūmiņa
Sings in choir from January 2001
Ilze Bērziņa
Sings in choir from June 2007
Inga Žilinska
Sings in choir from September 2005
Līga Paegle
Sings in choir from November 2012
Aigars Reinis
Sings in choir from September 2001
Egils Jākobsons
Sings in choir from October 1998
Ferijs Millers
Sings in choir from January 1993
Rūdolfs Bērtiņš
Sings in choir from July 2010
Kārlis Rūtentāls
Sings in choir from August 2005
Normunds Ķirsis
Sings in choir from June 1993
Vitālijs Stankevičs
Sings in choir from April 2015
Pēteris Vaickovskis
Sings in choir from January 2012
Aldis Andersons
Sings in choir from December 1991
Gundars Dziļums
Sings in choir from February 1995
Jānis Kokins
Sings in choir from January 2005
Kārlis Bimbers
Sings in choir from November 1976