On 11 December, the recording label Prima Classic has released a selection of sacred choral works performed by the Latvian opera singer Marina Rebeka under the title Credo, created in collaboration with the chamber orchestra Sinfonietta Riga and the Latvian Radio Choir. The recording sessions for the album took place in the Riga Reformation Church in August this year. The conductor of this project was the eminent Lithuanian master Modestas Pitrėnas.

A sonic cathedral filled with glistening light, the quiet glow of the Riga St. John’s church and the Latvian Radio Choir – this trinity is bound to create a festive feeling in each listener’s home!

In November 2020 the award-winning Latvian Radio Choir together with their director Sigvards Kļava released their 17th album on Ondine! This new album of Anton Bruckner's Latin Motets brings together a number of choral works written by one of history's greatest symphonists between 1848 and 1892.

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On 1st November, 1940 Latvian Radio Choir steps onto the stage and performs a repertoire of Latvian folk songs for the very first time ever. And now for a long time, performing in Latvia and abroad, Latvian Radio Choir always end their numerous and different concert programmes with a pearl that is the Latvian Folk song “I Was Born to Sing, I Will Always Sing”, arranged by Alfreds Kalnins.

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