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32nd Liepāja International Stars Festival. Closing concert. Verdi “Requiem” | LIEPĀJA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

32nd Liepāja International Stars Festival. Closing concert. Verdi “Requiem”

23/03/2024    18.00
Concert Hall GREAT AMBER, Great Hall, Liepāja

At the end of the Liepāja International Star Festival this time we will hear the “Requiem” by the brilliant Italian opera genius Giuseppe Verdi – a monumental piece of spiritual vocal and instrumental music, in which the composer has put all his talent as a genius melodist and master of musical form dramaturgy.

Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem is often referred to as another opera by Verdi, because the abundance of contrasts, the dramaturgical tension and the diverse interplay of solo voices, ensembles and the choir is so emotionally strong.

Verdi's Requiem is a dedication to the memory of the Italian poet and prose writer Alessandro Manconi (1785-1873), and is not so much of a mirror of eternal light, but more of a dramatic opus that provokes secular reflections, letting the listener go through unforgettable moments of emotional experience.

Featuring:
Joanna ZAWARTKO (soprano)
Monika BOHINEC (mezzo-soprano)
Oleksandr CHUVPYLO (tenor)
Rihards MAČANOVSKIS (bass)

State Academic Choir “Latvija”
Liepāja Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Atvars LAKSTĪGALA

Programme:
Giuseppe VERDI (1813-1901) Requiem

The Festival is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Latvia, the State Culture Capital Foundation, the Liepāja City, SEB Bank and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Riga.

 

INFORMATION FOR OUR VISITORS:

Discounts:

Pupils, students, disabled persons, pensioners – 3 euros
3+ family card holders – 30%
Teachers, lecturers and medical workers – 20%

Groups (10 or more people) – 20%
When purchasing group tickets online, please send an e-mail to sales@lso.lv

When attending the concert, the visitor must present a document certifying their eligibility to a discount.

Tickets are available here

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