From Latvian label SKANi, new album Mūžība (Eternity) features the award-winning Latvian Radio Choir performing previously unreleased works from the late Pēteris Plakidis: one of the country’s most significant composers.

A unique art event yet unheard in Latvia will be presented to the Liepāja Art Forum by the world-renowned Latvian Radio Choir and French conductor Roland Hayrabedian. They invite you to an Egyptian funerary ritual captured in French composer Zad Moultaka’s sound based on the Book of the Dead.

Pēteris Vasks

In the year of the composer’s 75th birthday, the Latvian Radio Choir, conductor Sigvards Kļava and pianist Reinis Zariņš will bring together the choral and piano music of Pēteris Vasks, Arturs Maskats, and Andrejs Selickis, including multiple premieres.

Ramon Humet. Llum

With this new release the award-winning Latvian Radio Choir together with its director Sigvards Kļava are returning to contemporary music after a series of recordings of 19th Century sacred choral works. Ramon Humet’s (b. 1968) new choral work, Llum, is a deep, spiritual journey to the gift of life, peace and love.


The Latvian Radio Choir and conductor Kaspars Putniņš are embarking on a tour to Copenhagen to the Danish Royal Theatre and Orhus Musikhuset from the 3rd to 8th of June,  to perform the collaboration between the Danish production company Hotel Pro Forma and the Latvian Radio Choir: the visual opera Operation: Orfeo. This will be the third production cycle of the opera.