Kremerata Baltica

Also known as Kremerata, Members Of The Kremerata Baltica
Members of Kremerata Baltica: Agne Doveikaite, Anar Ibrahimov, Andrei Pushkarev, Andrei Valigura, Andrejs Golykovs, Dainius Peseckas, Dainius Rudvalis, Danielis Rubinas, Daniil Grishin, Dzeraldas Bidva, Elo Ivask, Eva Bindere, Gidon Kremer, Giedre Dirvanauskaite, Gunta Ābele, Indrek Sarrap, Indrė Čepinskienė, Ingars Girnis, Jana Ozolina, Kristina Blaumane, Madara Pētersone, Marie-Helen Rannat, Marija Nemanyte, Marta Sudraba, Migle Diksaitiene, Miglė Serapinaitė, Nikita Borisoglebskiy, Pēteris Čirkšis, Rasa Vosyliūtė, Reinut Tepp, Ruta Lipinaityte, Rūta Tamutytė, Sandis Šteinbergs, Sanita Zariņa, Santa Vižine, Simona Venslovaitė, Ula Ulijona, Vidas Vekerotas, Zita Zemoviča, Ēriks Kiršfelds
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.kremerata-baltica.com

Discography of Kremerata Baltica:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Octet, Op. 7 / Quintet, Op. 29 10 Audio 2002 Nonesuch
2 Gustav Mahler / Dmitri Shostakovich 2 Audio 2007
3 Happy Birthday 19 Audio 2002 Nonesuch
4 The Russian Seasons 24 Audio 2003 Nonesuch
5 After Mozart 18 Audio 2001 Nonesuch
6 String Quartet G Major 4 Audio 2005
7 Eight Seasons 24 Audio 2000-02-29 Nonesuch
8 De Profundis 12 Audio 2010 Nonesuch
9 Astor Piazzolla. Tango Ballet 3 Audio 1999 Teldec Classics
10 After Mozart 18 Audio 2001 Nonesuch
11 The Art Of Instrumentation: Homage To Glenn Gould 11 Audio 2012 Nonesuch
12 Happy Birthday 25 Audio 2002 Nonesuch
13 Silencio 17 Audio 2000 Nonesuch
14 Untitled 5 Audio 2014-02-07
15 Mozart: The Complete Violin Concertos 15 Audio 2009 Nonesuch


Latvian chamber ensemble founded in 1996 by [a=Gidon Kremer]. With an average age of 27, the musicians of Kremerata Baltica may give the impression of being a youth orchestra, when in fact they are a young professional orchestra. While half of the members of the orchestra are already working musicians, the other half are currently completing their studies. They have world premiered new works by a variety of primarily Eastern European composers, Kremerata Baltica was awarded a Grammy Award in 2002 in the category Classical Music: Best Small Ensemble.


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