Category Archives: Bez tēmas

TERRAFORMA JOINS SHAPE PLATFORM

After concluding a fruitful and curatorially enriching collaboration with the Paris-based Biennale Némo, SHAPE platform welcomes a new member festival – Italy’s Terraforma. Terraforma is an international music festival dedicated to artistic experimentation and sustainability. The three-day event takes place since 2014 in the garden of Villa Arconati, near Milan. The artists range from early … Continue reading TERRAFORMA JOINS SHAPE PLATFORM

Photo Gallery: Main concerts in Hanzas perons

Pictures from the main events of Skanu mezs’2019 with Chaines, Irvine Arditti, Daniel Rozenhall & Sten Backman, Michael Gira, White Suns, Norman Westberg, Terrence Dixon, Alvin Lucier, John Bence, Aaron Dilloway, Manonmars, Lucy Railton, patten, Posverdad Trax, and music of Sofia Gubaidulina, Krists Auznieks, and Anita Mieze. Pics by Arturs Pavlovs

Photo Gallery: Riga Bourse event

Pictures from the Skaņu Mežs’ hosted free-entry event at the “Riga Bourse” museum with Circuit Des Yeux, Subtle Degrees, Erwan Keravec, Candido Lima, and Edison Denisov’s music played by a trio of Ilona Meija, Jānis Semjonovs and Herta Hansena. Pics by Mr. Arnis Kalniņš

Skaņu mežs’2019 opening concert

Skaņu mežs’2019 atklāšanas koncerts October 5, art museum “Riga Bourse”, 18:00 Panel discussion 18:00 Erwan Keravec 19:15 Cândido Lima 20:00 Edison Denisov 21:05 Subtle Degrees 21:25 Circuit des Yeux 22:15 All times are approximate! Free entrance!

Skaņu Mežs festival announces full program

Skaņu Mežs festival for adventurous music, which will happen on October 13-16 as well as November 12 in Riga, Latvia, has announced its full program. In addition to previously announced acts, such as WARP’s Autechre, experimental hip-hop artist Zebra Katz and the ‘’supergroup” of King Midas Sound + Fennesz, the festival will also feature performances … Continue reading Skaņu Mežs festival announces full program

Skaņu Mežs’2014 review for The Wire

It feels like a cliche to describe a female cellist’s performance as graceful, but Okkyung Lee’s playing at the Dailes Theatre early Friday evening was built of grace notes in a precise musical sense. Great gusts of splintered appoggiaturas seemed to anticipate a textural resolution into a fully defined attack that was endlessly deferred, like … Continue reading Skaņu Mežs’2014 review for The Wire