Baltic Spectrum at the 35th Krakow International Festival of Composers

The Krakow International Festival of Composers concert programme featured Baltic Spectrum on Sunday, April 16 at the K. Penderecki Academy of Music, “Florianka” Hall, Sereno Fenna 15.


Latvian musicians Ieva Saliete (harpsichord) and Artūrs Noviks (accordion) performed the folowing pieces: Juste Janulyte Harp is a chord for harpsichord and accordion (2016) **, Mirjam Tally Event Horizon for harpsichord (2019) **, Indra Riše Purva dvēselītes for accordion (1999) **, Jānis Petraškevics Neparalēles for harpsichord and accordion (2022) *

The second part of the concert the Estonian musicians Anna-Liisa Eller (kannel) and Taavi Kerikmäe (electronics) took the stage to perform Vaida Striaupaitė-Beinarienė Reflections (2017) version for kannel and electronics (2023) **, Jēkabs Nīmanis Approaching for kannel and electronics (2023) * and Helena Tulve Beholder (2006) version for kannel and electronics (2020) **

Finally, the Lithuanian Chordos String Quartet performed four pieces: Selga Mince String Quartet (2012) **, Helena Tulve Nec ros, nec pluvia… for string quartet (2004) **, Kristupas Bubnelis Ad Infinitum… for string quartet (2020) ** and Maciej Negrey String Quartet No. 5 (2022)

* World premiere
** Polish premiere

The concert was supported by Baltic Culture Fund.
Co-organization: K. Penderecki Academy of Music in Krakow