Latvian Radio Choir
Conductor Kaspars Ādamsons
Rósa Lind Page (b. 1967, Australia)
“Horizon” for mixed choir and hand drum (2018)
Alfred Momotenko-Levitsky (b. 1970, Russia)
“На cтрастной” (2nd movement) (2017, Estonian premiere)
Mārtiņš Viļums (b. 1974, Latvia)
“Abar panjom ardīg abāg gāw ēk-dād kard” / “On the conflict waged with the primeval ox” for 24 voices (2010)
Jug K. Marković (b. 1987, Serbia)
“Nirvana” for mixed choir (2017)
Andris Dzenītis (b. 1978, Latvia)
The Latvian Radio Choir (LRC) is a unique musical group in the domain of choral music – here is a chamber choir able to perform the widest repertoire from the early music to the most sophisticated scores created by modern composers. The Latvian Radio Choir is a creative lab insistently encouraging composers to write music that challenges the scale of vocal possibilities – from traditional singing to overtones and quarter tones.
Kaspars Ādamsons works as a conductor and choirmaster in Latvian National Opera and Ballet. He has led collaboration with the major orchestras in Latvia and also in Estonia and worked in Scandinavia. Ādamsons has conducted works by contemporary composers with Latvian National Symphony Orchestra.