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32nd Liepāja International Stars Festival. Piano Music Solo Night. Aurēlija Šimkus | LIEPĀJA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

32nd Liepāja International Stars Festival. Piano Music Solo Night. Aurēlija Šimkus

21/03/2024    19.00
Concert Hall GREAT AMBER, Chamber Hall, Liepāja

Aurēlija Šimkus' international career began at the age of 16, when the German record company “Ars Produktion” released her solo album “Scherzo”. The “Piano News” magazine called it the album of the month, stating that “Aurelia Šimkus is an excellent pianist and a real discovery”, while the “Westfalische Rundschau” newspaper admired the soulfulness of her piano playing, filled with the most refined musicality and sensuality. For her second solo album “Bach. Ich ruf' zu dir” Aurēlija received the prestigious “Echo Klassik” award in 2016.

At the Liepāja International Star Festival concert piano lovers will be taken on an exquisite journey through time and get acquainted with brilliant compositions by Philip Glass, Sergei Prokofiev, Joseph Haydn and Frédéric Chopin.

Programme:
Philip GLASS (1685-1750) Mad Rush
Frederic CHOPIN (1810-1849)The Ballade No. 2 in F major (Op. 38), Waltz No. 2 (Op.34), Waltz in C Sharp Minor No. 2 (Op. 64), Waltz No. 1 (Op. 64), Scherzo No.3 (Op.39)
Joseph HAYDN (1732 - 1809) Sonata in C Major Major Hob XVI:48
Sergei PROKOFIEV
(1891-1953) Sonata No.4, Op.29

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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