We will ask all attendees to present a Covid-19 certificate at the entrance, confirming vaccination or recovery from Covid-19. We will also ask you to present personal identification and an event ticket. You must wear a face mask during your visit to the Concert Hall. Assigned seats will be spread out to observe a 2-meter distance.

It is not possible to provide a separate sector for families with children to prevent colliding flows of attendees, therefore children with negative test results will not be permitted at the event.

  • Attendees younger than 12 years of age must present a certificate confirming recovery from Covid-19.
  • Attendees aged 12 and up must present a certificate confirming the completion of a vaccination course or recovery from the infection.
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Diva of the intricately graceful accordion Ksenija Sidorova invites you to enjoy her new program – a deeply human and almost intimate conversation, where the flaming rhythms of seguidilla and fiery tango twists have been swapped for luscious pastels.

Ksenija is one of the most prominent accordion virtuosos in the world, and her wisely formulated and carefully arranged programs have allowed us to see the accordion, usually considered a folk music instrument, in a completely new light.

The program Between Dreams and Reality, stemming from reflections and contemplations of the past year, offers a rather wide variety of authors and presents both Italian accordionist and composer Pietro Roffi and modern songsmith Sergey Akhunov, born in Kiev, whose musical expression is rather close to New Yorker minimalist vocabulary. The program also presents original compositions by two brilliant virtuosos – Head of the Bayan Department at Donetsk State Musical Academy and composer Artem Nizhnik and the Paganini of Russian balalaika, Alexey Arkhipovsky, who has performed in Latvia before. A fragment of Philip Glass’ Glassworks as well as several arrangements of piano miniatures by Spanish composers will be performed on the accordion. The reflections will also feature prominent Argentinian Astor Piazzolla’s themes from the album Piazzolla Reflections, which was recorded during the pandemic in Madrid and dedicated to the centenary or Piazzolla’s birth, as well as music by genius Johann Sebastian Bach, so rarely heard in Ksenija Sidorova’s interpretation.

Ksenija Sidorova has chosen the Sinfonietta Rīga String Quartet to share the stage with: Kristiāna Krūskopa, Agnese Kanniņa, Artūrs Gailis un Kārlis Klotiņš, as well as double bass player Jānis Stafeckis.

The live stream of the concert will be available on online concert and event live-streaming platform Emusiclive.com and is provided in cooperation with “Virtual Circle”. 


Philip Glass Glassworks: 1. Opening

J. S. Bach Adagio in d minor BWV974

Pietro Roffi Nocturne

Pietro Roffi Is There a Place in Your Heart

Sergey Akhunov Sketches 1, 3

Sergey Akhunov Two Keys to one J. Brodsky’s Poem

Isaac Albeniz Asturias

Manuel De Falla Serenata Andaluza

Franck Angelis Fantasie on A. Piazzolla’s theme ‘Chiquilin de Bachin’

Artyom Nyuzhnyuk Sirin

Alexey Arkhipovsky Cinderella

Concert with no intermission, duration: approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes

Organized by: Great Amber

Supported by: Liepāja City Council and State Culture Capital Foundation

Tickets: from 10.00 euros. Ticket prices may change approaching the event.

The event is intended for an adult audience. Children under the age of 5 may be denied attendance to events for adult audiences.

Place: Great Hall


Students, teachers, seniors – 25%
Persons with group I and II disabilities and their companions – 50%
Family tickets: 1 or 2 adults + 2 (or more) children – 25%

NB.  Upon attending a concert, the attendee must show personal identification.

 Group tickets:

10–30 persons – 20%
30 and more persons – 25%


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