On 28 of August the Latvian Radio Choir and its conductor Sigvards Kļava will participate in one of the most noteworthy events of the Northern European music scene – the Baltic Sea Festival. In collaboration with the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber choir and the Swedish Radio choir the choir will perform in the Berwaldhallen (Berwald Hall) in a concert in celebration of the the legendary Swedish conductor and forger of the 20th century choir sound Eric Ericson’s 100th birthday.

Composer Andrejs Selickis | Photo: ©Kaspars Balamovskis

This May in the Riga St. John’s church the Latvian Radio Choir and conductor Sigvards Kļava recorded an album called Paradisus vocis that features the opuses of the introverted Latvian composer Andrejs Selickis. The album will be released towards the end of the year under the Ondine record label.

Festival Radio France Occitanie Montpellier 2018

The Latvian Radio choir and its artistic director, conductor Sigvards Kļava will embark on its yearly concert tour of France to take part in the festival organized by Radio France and the Montpellier administrative region. On the evening of 21 July the central venue of the festival, Corum Opera Berlioz will hear Léo Delibes’s Kassya that the Latvian audience will be able to hear on a Latvian Radio 3 Klasika live broadcast.

Latvian Radio Choir and Sinfonietta Rīga

The Latvian Radio Choir and the chamber orchestra Sinfonietta Rīga have embarked on a concert tour of Germany lead by the conductor Sigvards Kļava.

Latvian Radio Choir | Photo © Jānis Deinats

As a part of the celebration for the Centenary of Latvia, the Latvian Radio Choir and its artistic director Sigvards Kļava are going on tour in Italy to perform alongside with the internationally beloved, charismatic Latvian organist Iveta Apkalna in the Philharmonic hall of Trento on the 19th of March and to showcase in their new concert programme the works of Baltic composers alongside the compositions of Johann Sebastian Bach. Then in the 23nd of March the Latvian Radio Choir alongside the Spīķeru String Quartet will make their first visit to one of the central events of the Latvian Centenary celebrations in Monaco – the Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo (Monte-Carlo Spring Arts Festival).