NB! Change of date from March July 30th, 2020 to August 1, 2020. Tickets already bought still valid.
Given the ongoing global health crisis and restrictions to public events indoors that still apply, promoters in close collaboration with the artist have found a solution for those already holding their tickets and new customers, too, to still experience Hania Rani`s performance in Ventspils. Therefore customers already holding their concert tickets are kindly asked to make a choise to either attend the concert at 5:00PM or 9:00PM on August 1st by writing an email to [email protected]by July 9th, 2020stating clearly his or her choice and providing the unique number (ID) of ticket already bought as well as personal contact info. Remaining tickets will be put back on general sale right after this deadline.
August 1, 2020 will see the first and so far only Baltic solo recital by the Polish-born and Berlin-based composer and pianist Hania Rani given on the unique David Klavins` piano '470i' at the concert hall 'Latvija' in Ventspils.
Hania Rani is a pianist, composer and musician who splits her life between Warsaw, where she makes her home, and Berlin where she studied and often works. She has written for strings, piano, voice and electronics and has collaborated with the likes of Christian Löffler, Dobrawa Czocher and Hior Chronik, and released an album with her Polish group tęskno last year. She has performed at some of the most prestigious venues in Europe - from the National Philharmony in Warsaw, to Funkhaus in Berlin, to The Roundhouse in London (where she made her debut at the Gondwana 10th anniversary festival last October) and at festivals such as Open’er, Off Festival and Eurosonic. Her compositions for solo piano were born out of a fascination with the piano as an instrument, and her desire to interpret its sound and harmonic possibilities in their entirety and in her own way.
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