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Time: 
19:00

Concert by the Riga Saxophone Quartet at Auce Culture Centre - part of the Autumn Chamber Music Festival.

  • Saksafonu kvartets

Programme - works by Graham Fitkin, Perry Goldstein, Nic Gotham, Jun Nagao, Raimonds Tiguls.

Venue: 
Auces Culture Center
Address: 
Ausmas iela 3, Dobele district, Dobele parish, Auce
Target Group: 
  • All
56"27'41 22"53'50
56.461338, 22.897190
  • Event organizer: 
    Осенний фестиваль камерной музыки
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    Paid
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Last updated: 11.06.2014
Time: 
15:00 - 19th december, 20th march
19:00

Operas ,,Jevgeņijs Oņegins’’ mūzikas autors ir Pēteris Čaikovskis (1840 – 1893). Libretu sarakstīja K.Šilovskis pēc A.Puškina romāna ,,Jevgeņijs Oņegins” motīviem. Visi notikumi risinās 1820. gados lauku muižā un Sanktpēterburgā.

Par to liecina grāmatā aprakstītā skaistā daba, operas dekorācijas un arī dzejas rindas grāmatā. Šim romānam un operai ir daudz kopīga ar mūsdienām. Arī mūsdienās starp diviem cilvēkiem mēdz būt mīlestība tikai no vienas puses. Bieži divi cilvēki mēdz precēties, nemīlot viens otru. ,,Jevgeņija Oņegina’’ pirmā izrāde Rīgā notika 1896. gadā vācu valodā. 1912. gadā 27. decembrī Rīgā notika pirmā operas izrāde latviešu valodā - ,,Jevgeņijs Oņegins’’ .
Romāna ,,Jevgeņijs oņegins” notikumus virza daudz svarīgu un mazāk svarīgu notikumu. Daiļdarba sākumā autors apraksta pašu Jevgeņija Oņegina tēlu.

Galvenais varonis bija sava mūža skaistākajos gados. Viņš bija labi audzināts, zināja pāris franču frāzes, kas ļoti patika jaunām dāmām. Lasot romānu, es varēju secināt, ka J.Oņegins bija vieglprātīgs, viņam patika izklaidēties ar sievietēm. Kādu dienu viņam apnika visas viņa aizraušanās un viņam vairs nebija vēlēšanās darīt to, ko ir darījis iepriekš. Tad Oņegins uzzināja, ka ir miris viņa tēvocis un atstāja Oņeginam mantojumu laukos. Oņegins devās uz laukiem un palika tur dzīvot. Laukos viņš satika Ļenski, kurš kļuva par viņa labāko draugu.

Larinu muižā Oņegins un Ļenskis iepazinās ar Larinu ģimenes meitām. Oņegins pievērsa uzmanību vecākajai no māsām – Tatjanai. Viņai vienmēr bija skumjas acis, un ļoti bieži viņa klusēja, jo bija ļoti kautrīga. Tatjanai ļoti patika lasīt grāmatas un pavadīt laiku vientulībā. Ļenskim patika Olga. Taču Oņegina nodomi bija ne viisai nopietni attiecībā pret Tatjanu. Tatjana uzrakstija Oņeginam vēstuli, kurā atzinās, ka mīl viņu.

Venue: 
Latvian National opera, Main hall
Time: 
19:30

The forerunners hang on the wall, set in the frames. Every single moment, in the ring and a lunge of the choreographer, the world grows anew and is wrecked by mistakes, coincidences, and an overactive fight for distinction.

Venue: 
Latvian National opera, New hall
Time: 
12:00
15:00

This opera fairy-tale based on Jānis Lūsēns's and Māra Zālīte's opera The Puppet Opera will let children transform themselves into colorful exotic birds,

tame dogs, circus clowns and lions, little dancers, brave soldiers, creepers, fl utterers, and fliers, and participate in an orchestra of block planes, saws, hammers, and drills, in order to stage a fifteen-minute-long opera performance.

Venue: 
Latvian National opera, Main hall
Time: 
19:00

The popularity of this ballet has come about thanks to its unique choreography. The production's Pas de deux, Pas d'Esclave, and the variations require a high level of mastery and technical skill from the dancers.

Precisely for this reason, the Pas d'Esclave and the variations are included in all the most prestigious ballet competitions and festivals. The dynamic and romantic plot, with its gallery of different characters, has also contributed to the work's popularity. The story is a vivid mix of pirate adventures, the trials and tribulations of love, harems, battles, and colorful Eastern markets.

Venue: 
Latvian National Opera, Main hall
Time: 
12:00 - 14th, 21st november, 18th december, 9th january
16:00 - 20th november
18:00 - 14th, 21st november, 18th december, 9th january
19:00 - 5th january, 3rd, 9th february

The setting of the ballet is Riga in the late nineteenth century. The atmosphere of the day is conjured up by the city's ancient streets, Art Nouveau interiors, plant motifs, and effective contrasts: it's winter outside, but inside, flowers are blooming.

Christmas-tree decorations and toys come to life, and Maria's dreams begin to come true. Everything happens exactly as befits Christmas Eve, though the tone is set by the rules and forms of classical ballet.

Venue: 
Latvian National Opera, Main hall2
Time: 
19:00
Werther is desperately in love with the beautiful Charlotte who returns his feelings but, obliged by a promise she made to her dying mother, marries another man - and drives Werther into suicide.
When Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's novel The Sorrows of Young Werther was published in 1774, the deeply romantic story about a young poet caused a sensation - and became one of the most read books of its time. The immensely popular novel even inspired a fashion: young men throughout Europe dressed like Werther. This obsession with Goethe's hero took a macabre turn, however, when several young men killed themselves exactly the same way Werther takes his life. Andrejs Žagars: "Werther is about the clash of a clearly regularised, seemingly peaceful life with unexpected, sudden feelings that are so intense that they are experienced as almost life-threatening. Two people, Charlotte and Werther, are confronted with these feelings - but they choose very different ways of dealing with them."

Modestas Pitrenas: "Goethe's novel captures the very essence of the Sturm und Drang period, which later developed into Romanticism. Jules Massenet was a Romantic, and Goethe's novel is the manifesto for all romantics. To a certain extent, the same may be said about Massenet's opera, which, like its literary source, expresses real emotions using all the resources at its disposal. Goethe initiated a whole trend of behavior in Europe, and Massenet's music reveals the modern tendencies of his period. His scores have both Wagnerian passages and something of Verismo, which took hold a few years after Werther. Both Goethe and Massenet opened up new paths for subsequent generations."

The French composer Jules Massenet turned the novel into an opera in 1887. The world premiere of Werther in Vienna in 1892 was an enormous success. The music is extremely romantic, emotional, passionate, and packed with beautiful, rich melodies. It is considered one of the finest accomplishments of French opera and performed regularly at the world's greatest opera houses. Werther was first staged in Riga 1899.
Venue: 
Latvian Natioanl opera, Main hall
Time: 
15:00 - april
19:00

The insatiable bon vivant Don Giovanni, for whom only a woman's beauty is sacred, loves merciless games. He'll abandon a lady without qualms, seduce a bride away from her own wedding, even kill - for him, nothing seems forbidden.

The Commendatore, the father of Donna Anna, dies in a duel, and Don Giovanni invites statue on the Commendatore's grave to a dinner. But before the shocking conclusion, the opera also introduces the gentle, lovely Zerlina, the servant Leporello and his legendary catalogue of Don Giovanni's 2,000 lovers, the mysterious Donna Elvira, the vengeful Donna Anna, and, above all, the ingenious music of Mozart.

Venue: 
Latvian National Opera, Main hall
Time: 
19:00

The choreographer Christian Spuck is best known in Latvia for his comical Grand Pas de Deux, the fi rst part of the parody ballet Les Gems.

His latest work, Der Sandmann, which is also this season's fi rst new production, was written for one of the leading ballet troupes in the world, the Stuttgart Ballet. Now it will be recreated with our company. The members of the creative team behind the production have been working together for many years. The entire LNO ballet troupe participates in the performances, and this new ballet once again gives our dancers the chance to prove their technical and artistic mastery.

Venue: 
Latvian National Opera, Main hall
Time: 
12:00
15:00

In this production, based on Juris Zvirgzdiņš book Tobias and Fufu Search for Mozart, children and their parents will be transformed into Viennese magicians, bears, and toy detectives in a Viennese square, where a live street orchestra is performing, in order to help the Queen of the Night find her stolen notes.

Venue: 
Latvian National Opera, New hall