The festivals sensation - DAGAMBA group - is announcing its far-reaching concert tour.
The festivals sensation - DAGAMBA group - is announcing its
far-reaching concert tour "Bach goes to Iran". Already this autumn
the group will give concerts at the best Latvian concert halls,
featuring a new album "Recycled".
"Having given seven breathtaking concerts at the worldwide known "Glastonbury" music festival, still we need to admit that home is home though it be never so homely. Upon arrival to Latvia we gave a memorable concert at the festival "Positivus" meeting the audience of 15 000 people and we would like to extend this unique synergy that appears only with home audience, by featuring the concert program as in Riga, as in regional concert halls", - comments the group leader Valters Puce.
Already on 13 September Dagamba will perform at the Vidzeme concert hall in Cesis, on 4 October - at the Centre of Culture in Yelgava, on 10 October - at LOC Hall of Roses in Liepaya, on 17 October - at Gors Concert hall in Rezekne, on 23 October - at the concert hall Preludija in Aluksne, on 24 October - at the concert hall of Saldus Music and Art school and on 30 October in Riga, at the concert hall Palladium, honoring participation of a range of guests, whose names are kept in secret for the moment. Tickets are available online on http://www.bilesuparadize.lv and in "Biļešu paradīzes" cash-desks around Latvia.
In the emerging album "Recycled" DAGAMBA musicians promise to change drastically the audience concept of classical music. The original music pieces inspired to the musicians by grand masters of classical music are exciting and daring, merging musical elements of different times and styles. The audience will recognize both Solveig's song motives by Grig, and Led Zeppelin "Immigrant Song", with help of the musicians Bach will go to Iran, Prokofyev will meet the wandering knight from the motion picture "Knight Rider", Mozart will share experience with "Radiohead", and so on and so after.
The group DAGAMBA, joins Oriental and Western music traditions and originates the completely new, extraordinarily exciting and powerful sound. The musicians boldly start to explore yet unknown musical worlds, which adds unique dynamics and vitality to their performance.