Kremerata Baltica and Gidon Kremer will perform a chamber music concert for a small audience in Cēsis Concert Hall

Chamber Music Concert with Gidon Kremer and Georgijs Osokins

Saturday, 13 June 2020

Gidon Kremer, violin
Georgijs Osokins, piano
Giedrė Dirvanauskaite, cello
Zane Kalnina, violin
Alina Vizine, violin
Džeraldas Bidva, violin
Gunta Gelgotė, soprano
Andrius Žiūra, clarinet
Kristaps Petersons, double bass
Kremerata Baltica

Giya Kancheli (1935-2019)
Lontano, molto rubato from “The Songbook” Federico Mompou – Cancion y Danza Nr.6 Giya Kancheli – Calando from “The Songbook”
Georgijs Osokins (piano)

Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
“Intermezzo” from Sonata for Violin and Piano Nr.3, WoO2
Gidon Kremer (violin), Georgijs Osokins (piano)

Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)
Andante from Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 19 (Arrangement for violin, cello and piano by Georgijs Osokins)
Gidon Kremer (violin), Giedrė Dirvanauskaite (cello), Georgijs Osokins (piano)

Peteris Vasks (born 1946)
“The Fruit of Silence”  (Arrangement for piano and string quintet by Gerogijs Osokins)
Georgijs Osokins (piano), Zane Kalnina (violin), Konstantins Paturskis (violin), Jevgenija Frolova (viola), Kristers Simanis (cello), Iurii Gavryliuk (doublebass)

Philip Glass (born 1937)
Symphony Nr. 3 (26’) Arrangement for string sextet by Michael Riesman
Konstantins Paturskis (violin), Alina Vizine (violin), Jevgenija Frolova (viola), Ingars Girnis (viola), Peteris Cirksis (cello), Kristers Simanis (cello), Iurii Gavryliuk (doublebass)

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Kristaps Petersons (born 1982)
 “Solo C-b in E” for doublebass solo
Kristaps Petersons (doublebass)

Peteris Plakidis (1947-2017)
3rd Movement from “Little Concerto” for two violins (3’)
Zane Kalnina (violin), Alina Vizine (violin)

Viktoria Poleva (born 1962)
“Warm wind” for strings (3’) Liga Celma – “Vakarai balins gaja” for soprano, flute, saxophone and piano (5’) (Arrangement for soprano, clarinet, violin and strings by Andrei Pushkarev)
Gunta Gelgotė (soprano)
Andrius Žiūra (clarinet)
Džeraldas Bidva (solo violin)
Dainius Peseckas (violin), Rakelė Chijenaitė (violin), Linas Valickas (violin), Ulijona Pugačiukaitė (violin), Greta Staponkutė (viola), Birutė Ilčiukaitė (viola), Giedrė Dirvanauskaite (cello), Rūta Balčiūtė (cello), Kristaps Petersons (doublebass)

Osvaldo Golijov (born 1960)
“How slow the wind” for soprano, clarinet and strings
Gunta Gelgotė (soprano)
Andrius Žiūra (clarinet)
Džeraldas Bidva (solo violin)
Dainius Peseckas (violin), Rakelė Chijenaitė (violin), Linas Valickas (violin), Ulijona Pugačiukaitė (violin), Greta Staponkutė (viola), Birutė Ilčiukaitė (viola), Giedrė Dirvanauskaite (cello), Rūta Balčiūtė (cello), Kristaps Petersons (doublebass)

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)/Max Richter (born 1966)
“Summer Recomposed” for violin and strings
Džeraldas Bidva (solo violin)
Dainius Peseckas (violin), Rakelė Chijenaitė (violin), Linas Valickas (violin), Ulijona Pugačiukaitė (violin), Greta Staponkutė (viola), Birutė Ilčiukaitė (viola), Giedrė Dirvanauskaitė (cello), Rūta Balčiūtė (cello), Kristaps Petersons (doublebass)

Concert Recording Released on Mezzo TV

In December 2019 Gidon Kremer, Kremerata Baltica and Concerto Budapest Symphony Orchestra conducted by Andras Keller performed a concert in Budapest, Hungary that was also recorded by Mezzo TV. The full concert recording will be shown on Mezzo TV on the following dates:

Thursday, June 4 at 08:30
Thursday, June 11 at 12:30
Saturday, June 13 at 10:45
Thursday, June 18 at 16:30

Until Friday, June 5 you can access the full concert recording following this link: https://www.concertobudapest.hu/mezzo…

Program:

Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) Symphony no. 5 in C sharp minor: Adagietto

J. S. Bach / F. Busoni (1685-1750) “Chaconne” from Partita in D minor BWV 1004 (arr. by Gidon Kremer)

Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998) Violin Concerto no. 3

Mieczysław Weinberg (1919-1996) Symphony no. 21 “Kaddish”, Op.152

Here are a few excerpts from the recording!