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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Jūrmala, Latvia

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Russian fire and French nightmare in Jūrmala

Yuja Wang and the Israel Philharmonic © Reinis Oliņš
One of the great performances of a concerto which gets so many performances.
****1
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Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic in Jūrmala

Jan Lisiecki and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra © Pauls Zvirbulis
Jan Lisiecki's leap-in with the Israel Philharmonic offers extra spontaneity in Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto. 
*****
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Brothers in the night: Jan Lisiecki impresses in Jūrmala

Jan Lisiecki © Evija Trifanova
Jan Lisiecki opens the third weekend of the Riga Jurmala Music Festival at the Dzintari Concert Hall. 
****1
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A rustic Cavelleria rusticana at the Jūrmala Festival

Aleksandrs Antonenko and Alisa Zinovejva © Pauls Zvirbulis
Mascagni's stirring music and gripping storyline cast their spell over a festival audience at the edge of the Baltic Sea.
****1
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The Osokins bestride the Jūrmala Festival

Georgijs Osokins, Sergejs Osokins and Andrejs Osokins © Pauls Zvirbulis
An evening in which the piano – in some cases two, in others three – took centre-stage with members of the Osokins family.
**111
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Crowd-pleasers: Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky at the Jūrmala Festival

Kristīne Balanas © Pauls Zvirbulis

It’s all about the next generation: twenty-something Kristīne Balanas plays the Mendelssohn with passionate commitment and the even younger George Harliono confidently rides the Tchaikovsky steed.

***11
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