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A beginning of a new tradition — to unite the three Baltic states in big band music and motivate young composers to create new modern musical material

«Latvijas sajūtas» by Jelgavas Big Band — returning to the recording studio

Together with an international team Elza Ozoliņa is offering an album full of original compositions

Ilmārs Šlāpins on some hidden opportunities in the Jānis Ruņģis’ album «Yggdrasil»

Thoughts of a music reviewer Kaspars Zaviļeiskis on jazz fusion with Latgalian folk songs by Lipskis/Justs/Arbidāns trio

Ēriks Miezis about the dissonance victory in a peat amphitheater

Uldis Rudaks about the shadows in the electric mast pine tree forest and the «Electric Tree» that haunts us at dawn


Drummer Sasha Mashin on his happy run in between America, Russia, and Europe

Silence of Andris Buiķis, full of loud drums and creative works

M/Darbnīca – a new venue for music and art that was born in the middle of restrictions

A conversation with Liudas Mockūnas and Arvydas Kazlauskas in a swamp amphitheater

A person who leads the process. Raitis Ašmanis and his visible and invisible work of a conductor

Patient Kaspars Kurdeko who doesn’t share his future plans and holds a Jedi inside him

Creative work of Elza Ozoliņa – if you compose a lot and regularly, inspiration isn’t the most crucial factor

Jānis Ruņģis autumn harvest and his solo vinyl and album

«AEC Pop and Jazz Platform»: Creative artist — creative teacher or how to follow modern trends, study more productively and search


Passing of the legends: remembering Juris Mutulis and Zigurds Linde

The undeniable connection between a classical guitar with the exotic and unacademic Brazilian music

Dorothy Ashby — her art and role in jazz music

Cellist Frederick Katz and his significance in jazz history