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Italy greeted the group DAGAMBA with an ovation

DAGAMBA gave 6 concerts at the Festival Artisti in Piazza, Pennabilli that has been held already for 20 years. The musicians were amused by the genuine public’s ovation and enthusiasm, received after each concert.

Italy is the cradle of classical music, that’s why DAGAMBA concerts were most willingly attended, as the guys play classical music in an unusual and modern manner. Italian public has come across such a musical performance for the first time. The Festival draws about 40 000 visitors every year. The special attention gained the group’s variation on the Italian composer A.Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons”, which will be possible to hear in Latvia during the autumn concert tour “Vivaldi Rocks”. As the result of successful performances band is already invited to participate in most popular show “Italia’s Got Talent”.

“Four Seasons” is the most famous Vivaldi’s piece of work he had composed ever. We perform it in the manner it never sounded before. This will be challenging, as the original “Four Seasons” were composed for the violin, – tells Valters Puce, who has enjoyed Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” since early years.

From 31 May the concert tour tickets are available for purchase. At the final concert of the tour, held at the venue “Palladium” in Riga, the first 300 tickets are available for purchase only for 10 EUR. The tickets are distributed by “Biļešu paradīze” ticket service network.

It is planned that this year the group will give seven concerts at the best Latvian concert venues – Dzintari concert venue, in Jurmala, on 2 September; at the concert venue “Gors”, in Rezekne, on 18 September; at the Vidzeme concert venue, in Cesis, on 1 October; at the concert venue “Jūras vārti”, in Ventspils, on 15 October; at the Jelgava Cultural Centre, on 28 October; at the concert venue “Lielais Dzintars”, in Liepaja, on 5 November; and at the concert venue “Palladium”, in Riga, on 12 November.

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