Discography

Latvian National Symphony Orchestra

The Latvian National Symphony Orchestra is one of the cornerstones of Latvian national culture, its history spans almost a century. The LNSO is a six-time winner of the Latvian Grand Music Award. Since 2013, the music director of the LNSO is maestro Andris Poga, a conductor sought after by top orchestras from around the world.

 

The orchestra’s most notable former music directors include Jānis Mediņš, Leonīds Vīgners, Edgars Tons, Vassily Sinaisky, Olari Elts, and Karel Mark Chichon.

 

The orchestra has participated in music festivals in France, Germany and Switzerland as well as the Bratislava Music Festival. On its most recent tours the LNSO teamed up with world-renowned soloists such as Latvian violinist Baiba Skride, cellist Alexander Knyazev, pianists Nicholas Angelich, Boris Berezovsky, Lukas Geniušas and Lucas Debargue.




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Talivaldis Kenins

Concerto di camera No. 1

Concerto for Piano

Symphony No. 1


Agnese Eglina, piano

Tommaso Pratola, flute

Martins Circenis, clarinet

Edgards Saksons, pecussion

Latvian National Symphony Orchestra

Andris Poga, conductor

Guntis Kuzma, conductor

ODE 1350-2



Released 10/2020

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Elina Garanca
Arie Favorite


Elina Garanca, mezzo-soprano
ODE 969-2



Released 10/2001

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Opera Gala
Famous arias featuring
Karita Mattila · Elina Garanca · Soile Isokoski · Juha Uusitalo · Tommi Hakala · Jorma Hynninen


ODE 1139-2F (5CD)



Released 10/2008

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Mozart Jubileum


Soile Isokoski · Elina Garanca · Jorma Hynninen · Tommi Hakala · Kari Kriikku · Pekka Kuusisto
ODE 1078-2



Released 02/2006

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