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Bach. Groove. Saxophones

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Chamber Hall’s series PERSONALLY

In the concert programme “Bach. Groove. Saxophones” the experienced Riga Saxophone Quartet meets percussionist Guntars Freibergs, one of the most prominent Latvian musicians of the young generation, who has been nominated several times for the Grand Music Prize. It is noteworthy that in Latvia such a set of musicians will play on one stage for the first time – the full sounds of four saxophones complemented by a variety of percussion instruments, including marimba, drums and vibraphone. Also, the repertoire chosen by the musicians is diverse – from the repositioning of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “English Suite” for this unusual ensemble to the legendary “Rebonds B” of percussion instruments by avantgarde master of the 20th century Iannis Xenakis, as well as jazzy moods and references to the music of different nations, and the great intrigue as new work! Its author Edgars Mākens gained his popularity as a musician and songwriter of the Latvian alternative bands “Gaujarts” and “Manta” and has rich experience in the theatre music genre; during the last years he has also worked in the field of academic music and studies composition at Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music.

The programme includes: Johann Sebastian Bach, Iannis Xenakis, Edgars Mākens, Guillermo Lago and others.

Video: https://youtu.be/uogGTSk0xNU

Tickets:  starts from EUR 10.00 

Unnumbered tickets only for visitors in wheelchairs.

Discounts:

  • School children, students, teachers, seniors - 25%
  • Seniors with group I and II disabilities, and their carers - 50%
  • Family tickets - 1 or 2 adults + 2 children (or more) – 25%

Group tickets:

  • 10-30 persons - 20%
  • 30 and more persons - 25%

Concert is included in the Spring subscription of the Chamber Hall’s series “Personally”. Subscription to all four “Personally” concerts is available at a very reasonable price of EUR 35. 

Dear visitors of the Concert Hall "Great Amber"!

Please follow the rules of “Great Amber”, in order to ensure that the cultural event is enjoyable for every visitor.
Concert Hall “Great Amber” already awaits its visitors an hour before the event. 

Tickets for the events at the Concert Hall must be purchased by each visitor, considering that adult-age events and activities do not allow children under the age of 5. Parents (accompanying persons) with children aged 5 to 10 years old are asked to purchase tickets in the stalls and/or near the hallway door, so that if the child needs to leave the hall during the event, it can be done as discreetly as possible, without disturbing other visitors at the event.

For visitors in wheelchairs and their companions we offer special seats in the stalls by prior arrangement. Special tickets can only be reserved and purchased at the Info centre at “Great Amber” by phone +371 63424555, e-mail [email protected] 
The Information centre employee - the cashier - will inform the Client Service Department of the concert hall, which will ensure the availability of the seats. When arriving at the event, please contact the Information Centre, whose staff will help you reach the necessary floor and seat. The building has a panoramic elevator which allows visitors with mobility impairments to get to the necessary building floor.

Please arrive at the Concert Hall on time - after the 3rd call, entry to the Hall is stopped, as the event will begin. 
Visitors of the Concert Hall are required to switch off their mobile phones, players and other electronic devices before entering the Hall. 

Visitors are prohibited from using any kind of camera, as well as sound recording equipment in the Concert Hall during the event. Photographing, filming and audio recording is only allowed for professional purposes, with the prior approval of “Great Amber” ltd.
During the event, photographing and filming may be performed by "Great Amber" ltd, the organiser of the event, performing artists and other persons authorised by any of the above mentioned. By purchasing a ticket for the event and/or attending the "Great Amber" concert hall, the visitor agrees that he/she can be filmed and photographed, that his/her picture can be used in films, photos, audiovisual recordings, all rights to such material and its use belong to "Great Amber" ltd. or an authorised third party; such material (with the exception of "Great Amber" ltd. fixed video surveillance and security footage) can be used worldwide in any type of media for advertising or any other purposes, as well as for commercial purposes, such as DVDs, by "Great Amber" ltd., the organiser of the event or an authorised third party without any compensation for the above-mentioned to the visitor.

Bahs. Grūvs. Saksofoni

Chamber Hall’s series PERSONALLY

In the concert programme “Bach. Groove. Saxophones” the experienced Riga Saxophone Quartet meets percussionist Guntars Freibergs, one of the most prominent Latvian musicians of the young generation, who has been nominated several times for the Grand Music Prize. It is noteworthy that in Latvia such a set of musicians will play on one stage for the first time – the full sounds of four saxophones complemented by a variety of percussion instruments, including marimba, drums and vibraphone. Also, the repertoire chosen by the musicians is diverse – from the repositioning of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “English Suite” for this unusual ensemble to the legendary “Rebonds B” of percussion instruments by avantgarde master of the 20th century Iannis Xenakis, as well as jazzy moods and references to the music of different nations, and the great intrigue as new work! Its author Edgars Mākens gained his popularity as a musician and songwriter of the Latvian alternative bands “Gaujarts” and “Manta” and has rich experience in the theatre music genre; during the last years he has also worked in the field of academic music and studies composition at Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music.

The programme includes: Johann Sebastian Bach, Iannis Xenakis, Edgars Mākens, Guillermo Lago and others.

Video: https://youtu.be/uogGTSk0xNU

Tickets:  starts from EUR 10.00 

Unnumbered tickets only for visitors in wheelchairs.

Discounts:

Group tickets:

Concert is included in the Spring subscription of the Chamber Hall’s series “Personally”. Subscription to all four “Personally” concerts is available at a very reasonable price of EUR 35. 

Dear visitors of the Concert Hall "Great Amber"!

Please follow the rules of “Great Amber”, in order to ensure that the cultural event is enjoyable for every visitor.
Concert Hall “Great Amber” already awaits its visitors an hour before the event. 

Tickets for the events at the Concert Hall must be purchased by each visitor, considering that adult-age events and activities do not allow children under the age of 5. Parents (accompanying persons) with children aged 5 to 10 years old are asked to purchase tickets in the stalls and/or near the hallway door, so that if the child needs to leave the hall during the event, it can be done as discreetly as possible, without disturbing other visitors at the event.

For visitors in wheelchairs and their companions we offer special seats in the stalls by prior arrangement. Special tickets can only be reserved and purchased at the Info centre at “Great Amber” by phone +371 63424555, e-mail [email protected] 
The Information centre employee - the cashier - will inform the Client Service Department of the concert hall, which will ensure the availability of the seats. When arriving at the event, please contact the Information Centre, whose staff will help you reach the necessary floor and seat. The building has a panoramic elevator which allows visitors with mobility impairments to get to the necessary building floor.

Please arrive at the Concert Hall on time - after the 3rd call, entry to the Hall is stopped, as the event will begin. 
Visitors of the Concert Hall are required to switch off their mobile phones, players and other electronic devices before entering the Hall. 

Visitors are prohibited from using any kind of camera, as well as sound recording equipment in the Concert Hall during the event. Photographing, filming and audio recording is only allowed for professional purposes, with the prior approval of “Great Amber” ltd.
During the event, photographing and filming may be performed by "Great Amber" ltd, the organiser of the event, performing artists and other persons authorised by any of the above mentioned. By purchasing a ticket for the event and/or attending the "Great Amber" concert hall, the visitor agrees that he/she can be filmed and photographed, that his/her picture can be used in films, photos, audiovisual recordings, all rights to such material and its use belong to "Great Amber" ltd. or an authorised third party; such material (with the exception of "Great Amber" ltd. fixed video surveillance and security footage) can be used worldwide in any type of media for advertising or any other purposes, as well as for commercial purposes, such as DVDs, by "Great Amber" ltd., the organiser of the event or an authorised third party without any compensation for the above-mentioned to the visitor.


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