Kremerata Baltica in 24-hour Latvian Music Marathon on Q2 Radio

On Monday, August 24, Kremerata Baltica will be one of the artists featured in the 24-hour Latvian music marathon on Q2 Music radio. This event – New Music: Latvia (Jaunā Mūzika: Latvija) – is dedicated particularly to Latvian music and will be broadcasted all over the world on the websites: and The program has been developed and selected by its artistic […]

Kremerata Baltica in Switzerland

This August Kremerata Baltica will perform at the 51st Sion Music Festival in Switzerland. In two concerts on August 18 and 23 Kremerata Baltica will perform several pieces by such composers as Weinberg, Silvestrov, Kissine, Zlabys, Tchaikovsky, Mozart and Bach. After that Kremerata Baltica will give a concert in Monthey on August 27 where the expressive SNOWSHOW SYMPHONY will be presented. For more […]

July Tour With Avi Avital

Kremerata Baltica chamber orchestra is celebrating the mid-summer with a virtuosic mandolinist Avi Avital in July tour in Germany. Festivals to be visited: Gezeiten Festival, July 7 Audi Sommerkonzerte, July 9 Festival Mitte Europa, July 10 Avi Avital is the first mandolin player to receive a GRAMMY nomination in the category “Best Instrumental Soloist” (2010) […]

“NEW SEASONS” Released

Latvian violinist Gidon Kremer and Kremerata Baltica Chamber Orchestra recorded Phillip Glass’ “The American Seasons” with “Deutsche Grammophon.” The recording as well includes pieces by A. Pärt, G. Kancheli, S. Umebayashi. Discover the album and purchase it on AMAZON | PRESTO CLASSICAL or as download on HIGHRESAUDIO | iTunes | PRESTO CLASSICAL    

Homage to Mieczysław Weinberg

Kremerata Baltica is performing at Wiener Festwochen 2015 on June 13-14 with a series of concerts “Homage to Mieczysław Weinberg.”  Besides conductor Mirga Gražžinytė-Tyla, soloists joining our orchestra in these special events include Gidon Kremer (violin), Martha Argerich, Yulianna Avdeeva, Andrius Žlabys (piano), Olessia Petrova (soprano), Alexei Mochalov (bass), Mate Bekavac (clarinet), Gábor Boldoczki (trumpet), Andrei Pushkarev, Pavel Bialiayeu, Igor Avdeev (percussion), Madara […]

XII Kremerata Baltica Festival “Homage to Mieczyslaw Weinberg”

XII KREMERATA BALTICA FESTIVAL HOMAGE TO MIECZYSŁAW WEINBERG 5.06 – 8.06. 2015, Cēsis, Sigulda, Rīga GIDON KREMER, KREMERATA BALTICA & FRIENDS Already for the 12th time Kremerata Baltica Festival approaches along with the summer. In 2015 the festival is dedicated to works of Polish-Jewish composer Mieczyslaw Weinberg, who seemingly gained too little recognition among the world’s musicians and interpreters until now. His […]

Kremerata Baltica and Jazz Legend Didier Lockwood

Kremerata Baltica is on a tour with a legendary composer, improvisator, jazz violinist Didier Lockwood, pianist Anastasia Volchok and vibraphonist Andrei Pushkarev to perform a unique program of tango and jazz sounds. Inspired by a wide range of music, Didier Lockwood has always remained true to jazz, showcased with his many multi-ethnic musical colors in […]

Kremerata Baltica and Daniil Trifonov Tour

Kremerata Baltica chamber orchestra is touring with exceptionally talented pianist Daniil Trifonov February 8-21, 2015. In the program – works of M. Weinberg, F. Chopin, H. Gorecky, and K. Penderecki. Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov has made a spectacular ascent to classical music stardom since winning First Prize at both the Tchaikovsky and Rubinstein competitions in 2011 at the age of 20. Combining […]

Kremerata Baltica at La Folle Journée 2015

Kremerata Baltica together with renowned violinist Gidon Kremer will give several performances at La Folle Journée festival in Nantes, France during January 28-February 1, 2015. During 5 festival days more than 300 concerts are planned, hosting around 1600 musicians and expecting at least 150.000 visitors. With events that last no more than 45 minutes, la Folle Journée […]

“Grammy” Nomination for Kremerata Baltica Chamber Orchestra

Recording “Mieczysław Weinberg” released by ECM (producer Manfred Eicher) has been nominated for the Grammy award in category “Best Classical Compendium.” The recording is performed by Kremerata Baltica Chamber Orchestra and soloists Gidon Kremer (violin), Daniil Trifonov (piano), Giedre Dirvanauskaite (violoncello), Daniil Grishin (viola) and Danielis Rubinas (double bass). The main criteria of the category implies that the album […]