BALSIS will launch its 30th performance season with the concert series DAUGAVA’S BALSIS. From August 25 to 28, the choir will continue the tradition begun in 2011 of travelling along the Daugava River, sailing a different section each year, presenting concerts free of charge in churches, parks, castle ruins and novel venues on both sides of the river. Over the past 6 years the choir has performed 37 concerts as part of this project. This year over the 4 days, BALSIS, under the leadership of Ints Teterovskis, will perform 10 concerts between Aizkraukle and Ogre.


On July 25, the youth choir BALSIS set out on their second concert tour of the season, this time to China, to take part in the 13th International Choral Festival (CIFC) and the IFCM choral music conference in Beijing, as well as taking part in the 16th International Choral  Festival (TICF16) in Taipei, Taiwan. On our last tour to China we had become somewhat familiar with Chinese culture and had all sorts of experiences, so we set off on this tour pleasurably excited but not really knowing what lay ahead and what to expect.


September 23-25

The Inaugural International Baltic Sea Choral Competition, Jūrmala, Latvia

September 26-30

The Third International Symposium of Choirs, Concerts in Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Conservatorium, Rachmaninov Hall and Yaroslavl

April 21-23

April 21-23 14th International Choral Competition, Maribor, Slovenia

July 16-23 July 16-23 3rd European Choir Games, Riga, Latvia
October 14-15 Let the people sing, Helsinki, Finland


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