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Belorussia, 2012-12-16
  • В программе нашего концерта 16 декабря современная музыка XXI века, большинство произведений последнего десятилетия!!!! В.Мартынов, Э.Эшенвальдс, E.Witacre, Праулиньш, P. Lukaszewski, F.Biebl, А.Саврицкий... и видео инсталяция от Дениса Жигунова! ))))))))))))

Finally, the West Coast premiere of the Credo from Ugis Praulins' Missa Rigensis 

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 1111 O’Farrell Street, San Francisco 
Sunday, December 9, 2012, 7:30PM
International Orange Chorale of San Francisco
Zane Fiala – Artistic Director 
IOCSF performing at Berkeley Art Museum

Recipient of the 2011 Chorus America / ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming, the International Orange Chorale of San Francisco (IOCSF), led by Artistic Director Zane Fiala, was founded in 2003. 

Missa Rigensis by Ugis Praulins: 
Dominique Tille direction
Templa Saint-Gervais, dimanche 2 décembre à 18h00 (Switzerland)

Missa Rigensis d'Ugis Praulins, oeuvres de Sandström, Pärt, Gjeilo, Lauridsen, Howells...
Toute la magie d'un Noël Nordique... avec les voix envoutantes du mOtet de Noël sous la direction musicale de leur nouveau chef artistique: Dominique Tille!! 


Sounds of the Baltic, MD Paul Ellis
Saturday 1 December 2012 at 7.30pm in Sherborne Abbey
Rihards Dubra  Puer natus
A. Grechaninov The Cherubic Hymn
Vytautas Miskinis Angelis suis, Dum medium silentium
Arvo Pärt Mother of God and Virgin
Uğis Prauliņš Missa Rigensis
Veljo Tormis The wave rolls, Daughters of the meadow matron
Following the popularity of our performance last year of the Latvian composer Uğis Prauliņš’ mass written for the Choir of Riga Cathedral, we present a programme exploring more exciting repertoire from the Baltic, which is becoming increasingly well known, following the recordings made by choirs such as Royal Holloway and Trinity College, Cambridge. Even though you may not recognise all the composers, we can assure you of a memorable programme of music!

Sunday, 25 November 2012 at 2:30pm  
St Mark's Anglican Church, 250 George Street, Fitzroy Mel 2CC9 (Australia)
Choir Concerto
Ugis Praulins (b 1957) Missa Rigensis 
Urmas Sisask (b 1960) Benedictio
Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998) Choir Concerto  
Gloriana is a Melbourne-based chamber choir founded in 1994 by its director Andrew Raiskumshttp://www.gloriana.com.au/flyers/choirconcerto.pdf 
Russian and Baltic composers have long been celebrated for the magnificence of their choral writing. This program brings together three of the most iconic works by Russian and Baltic composers in  recent times.
Sisask's Benedictio is a powerful and hypnotic re-imagining of a primordial runic song. Prauliņš Missa Rigensis, premiered in 2003, receives its second Australian performance in our concert. Featuring the sounds and rhythms of folk music, the Missa Rigensis is at once exhilarating and profoundly original.
Alfred Schnittke's Choir Concerto is unquestionably one of the choral masterpieces of the 20th century, a setting of devotional poetry by the 10th-century Armenian monk Gregory of Narek, the Choir Concerto is music of staggering depth and range. Join a specially expanded Gloriana to revel in these incredible works.


November 24th - 7:30 p.m. - Ottawa
November 25th - 7:30 p.m. - Montreal
Missa Rigensis

Voces boreales and conductor Michael Zaugg will make this evening …
… an art happening, with meticulous and sensuous attention to detail.


Sonnabend, 24. November, 20.00 Uhr, St. Aegidien /Lubeck, Germany/ 


Kompositionen von Ugis Praulins, Frank Ticheli, Ola Gjeilo, Egil Hovland ("Konzert für Fagott und Chor") u. a..

Nikolaus Maler (Koblenz) - Fagott

Kammerchor „I vocalisti“

Leitung: Hans-Joachim Lustig

15,- (10,-) €

Vvk: Klassik-Kontor


fri./sat., 23th/24th november 2012, Theodorskirche Basel, Switzerland
Missa Rigensis 
international choir bâlcanto
soloists: Marco Beltrani, Jana Schajka-Watson, Marie-Thérèse Schibler
conductor: Abélia Nordmann
www.balcanto.ch  // www.contrapunkt.ch  // www.ensembleliberte.ch

IĻĢI / ILGI November at home and abroad
2012.11.05 01:40:27
On November 11th at Ventspils’ “Jūras vārti” we will join with Collegium Vocale Ventspils and Jaunais Rīgas Teātris actor Kaspars Znotiņš in a performance of “Piesaukšana”.  Composer Uģis Prauliņš based his work on “Piemini Latviju” by author Jānis Jaunsudrabiņš.  The performance, conducted by Ivars Cinkuss, will begin at 6 PM. Tickets are available at Biļešu serviss.

*********************** 1 Nov 2012
Missa Rigensis
York Minster, Robert Sharpe Director of Music


Sonntag, 28. Oktober, 17.00 Uhr, St. Vicelin (Mönkhofer Weg) /Lubeck, Germany/

Viceliner Herbst 2012

„A capella – DreiKlang“

Eröffnungskonzert mit dem Kammerchor I Vocalisti, Leitung: Hans-Joachim Lustig

Werke von Gounod, Mendelssohn, Kreek, Praulins, Kverno, Gjeiio, Vujic, Mealor und Ticheli

13,- (8,-) €, im Vorverkauf 12,- (7,-) €, Sammelkarte für drei Konzerte 30,- (15,-) €

Vvk: Büro St. Vicelin (Tel.: 0451 / 59 60 62) und alle bekannten Lübecker VVK-Stellen

Musik in Lübecks Kirchen“ www.kirchenmusik-luebeck.de/kalender

Die Konzertkasse

Angelika Fraederich – Susanne Karsten

Königstraße 67a (im Hause Weiland/Hugendubel)

23552 Lübeck

Tel: 0451 / 70 23 20

Thu 25 Oct 
Missa Rigensis
St Vedast alias Foster, 4 Foster lane, EC2V 6HH (UK): 
An a cappella concert by the choir Illumination directed by Janette Ruocco.

Choral works by 
Knut Nystedt, Ugis Praulins and Eric Whitacre.


2012. gada 2. oktobrī Latvijas Nacionālajā operā - Uģa Prauliņa balets "Sniegbaltīte un septiņi rūķīši" Regīnas Kaupužas horeogrāfijā.
Nākošā izrāde Latvijas Nacionālajā operā 2013. gada 12. janvārī pl.12:00 un 18:00.


30 Sep 2012
Pro Coro Canada
Canadian premiere of Latvian composer Ugis Praulins’ 2011 oratorio The Nightingale
The opening concert of the 2012–2013 season with our new Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Michael Zaugg features choral music both old and new. Listen to the voice of the choir spin tales of a day at the King’s court, evoking fantasy and imagination. We will feature the Canadian premiere of Latvian composer Ugis Praulins’ 2011 oratorio The Nightingale, as well as the work that inspired our Artistic Director to become a conductor—Holten’s Rain and Rusk and Rosebush, along with guest artist Matthias Maute on recorder.

In its first concert of the 2012–2013 season—and the first under new Artistic Director Michael Zaugg—Pro Coro was honoured to present the North American premiere of Ugis Praulins “The Nightingale” to great acclaim. This performance was presented on CKUA Radio in October and on CBC Radio in November, and has recently been uploaded to the CBCMusic website under its “Concerts in Demand” program.


The concert is also the debut of Michael Zaugg, Pro Coroʼs newly appointed artistic director

and principal conductor. Titled Once Upon a Time, the concert adapts texts from Hans Christian Andersonʼs fairytales that have been set to music. They range from Orlando Gibbonsʼ 16th century Cries of London through to Latvian composer Ugis Praulinsʼ contemporary The Nightingale making its North American premiere.

Matthias Maute will accompany The Nightingale, as well as Griegʼs classic Morning Mood, on solo recorder.

Pro Coro Canada rehearsing and performing excerpts of The Nightingale by Ugis Praulins
conductor: Michael Zaugg / recorder: Mathias Mautte

19 Sep 2012
Missa Rigensis
"The Mass went wonderfully tonight - such a joy to sing - the audience loved it!" 
Jonathan Grieves-Smith
Chorus Master; Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
ABC Southbank Centre; 120-130 Southbank Boulevard; Southbank VIC 3006. www.mso.com.au

The Consort of Melbourne
Jonathan Grieves Smith  guest director
The Consort of Melbourne
BARBER To be sung on the water Op42
ANDERSON To whomever find this note (world premiere)
BRITTEN Carry her over the water (from Paul Bunyan)
BOWMAN Beach Burial
BARBER The Coolin (from Reincarnations)
NELSON world premiere
BARBER Sure on this shining night
PARRY Lord, let me know mine end (from Songs of Farewell)
PRAULINS Missa Rigensis
Internationally renowned conductor and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Chorus Master Jonathan Grieves-Smith directs the outstanding Consort of Melbourne in outstanding choral music from home and abroad.
Three major new Australian works by Calvin Bowman, Megan Nelson and Andrew Anderson feature alongside music by Samuel Barber, Benjamin Britten and the great final movement of Parry’s ‘Songs of Farewell’.
The second half comprises the first Australian performance of the great contemporary Latvian choral masterpiece, Uğis Prauliņš ‘Missa Rigensis’, spectacular, intense and hauntingly intimate.


Thursday, 20 September 2012, 7.00pm
Venue: Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre — Cnr Southbank Boulevard & Sturt Street, Southbank, VIC
The Consort  of Melbourne is pleased to present the third concert in its 2012 subscription series. The programme includes three new Australian works by Andrew Anderson, Calvin Bowman and Megan Nelson; with Anderson’s and Nelson’s works making their world premiere. Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Chorus Master Jonathan Grieves-Smith will direct the Consort of Melbourne in music by Samuel Barber, Benjamin Britten and CHH Parry, as well as the first Australian performance of the contemporary Latvian choral masterpiece, Ugis Praulinš’ ‘Missa Rigensis’. Jonathan Grieves-Smith appears by kind permission of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
Featured non-Australian music: Samuel Barber, Benjamin Britten, CHH Parry, Uğis Prauliņš

28. Aug. - 2. Sept. 2012, Türkei
Kyrie & Agnus Dei (from Missa Rigensis)
i vocalisti choir, director maestro Hans-Joachim Lustig

On Sunday at the 11. novembra krastmala (19. VIII 2012)
At 9.30 pm - the first public rendition of Uģis Prauliņš' concert performance of "Riga, My White Riga / Rīga, mana balta Rīga" and the festival fireworks. There will be 800 people involved in the performance: soloists Ance Krauze and Zigfrīds Muktupāvels, the Rīga "Ave Sol" Chamber Choir, the Joint Rīga Mixed Choir, the Joint Rīga Dance Group, and an instrumental group led by Uģis Prauliņš and others. Conductors: Romāns Vanags, Ivars Cinkuss and Ints Teterovskis.
Trinity College Choir - North America Tour 2012 Prauliņš - Missa Rigensis (Gloria) (@9:36)
Saturday, July 14, 7:30 PM St. Mark's Anglican Church, Niagara on the Lake, ON
Trinity College Cambridge Choir
Widely recognized as one of the world’s best choirs. “I was frozen in place by the sheer otherworldly beauty of what I was hearing.” FANFARE
A concert as a prayer for peace and forgiveness in honour of 200 years of peace between Canada and the USA.
Purcell: Remember Not Lord Our Offences
Sandstrom: Hear My Prayer
Praulin: Gloria
Esenvald: A Drop in the Ocean
Elgar: Great is the Lord
Franck: Piece Heroique

Trinity College Choir at the Cathedral of St. Philip on Sunday, July 8, at 7 p.m. (2012) Atlanta, USA.
The accolades directed towards the Choir of Trinity College in CambridgeEngland, come from the most demanding of audiences.
Gramophone magazine, which unabashedly calls itself the most respected and consulted classical music review magazine in the world, considers Trinity College’s choir the fifth best in the world. by Phil Bolton 
Arvo PärtBogoroditse Djev; John TavenerMother of God, here I standRobert ParsonsAve MariaUģis PrauliņšGloria (Missa Rigensis)Thomas TallisSalvator mundi; Steven StuckyO sacrum conviviumHenry PurcellRemember not, Lord, our offencesHeinrich SchützDie Himmel erzählenJ.S. BachLobet den HerrnFelix MendelssohnRichte mich, GottCésar Franck, Pièce héroïque; Ēriks EšenvaldsA drop in the ocean and Edward ElgarGreat is the Lord.

Nashville, July 5 (2012)
The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge will appear at the First Baptist Church at 8 p.m. Thursday. That concert, under the direction of Stephen Layton, will include the music of Arvo Pärt, John Tavener, Robert Parsons, Ugis Praulins, Thomas Tallis, Steven Stucky, Henry Purcell, Heinrich Schütz, Edward Elgar, Felix Mendelssohn and J.S. Bach.
Classical preview: American Guild of Organists holds national convention in NashvilleJune 29, 2012 by John Pitcher

Muziek Dorpskerk Vorden (NL)
5 juli 2012 
Andris Vitolins   Suti savu gaismu un patiesibu / Send Your Light and Truth
Margeris Zarins   Kurzemes baroks, nr.2 / The Baroque of Kurland, part 2
Galina Grigorjeva   Molitva / Prayer
Andrejs Selickis   Lugsana - supuldziesma / Prayer – lullaby
Ugis Praulins   Fantasia rustica
Janis Medins    Arija / Aria

Freitag, 15. Juni, 20 Uhr in der Erlöserkirche Uetersen (Ossenpadd), Germany 
"To the Light" for tenor sax & male chorus in concert: 

Dabei entstand eine Reihe von Titeln zu den Themen "Licht" oder "Liebe" . International renommierte Komponisten wie Vytautas Miskinis (Vilnius) und Ugis Praulins (Riga) schrieben Musik für Chor und Saxophon, die mit großem Erfolg aufgeführt wurden.
In dem Konzert in der Erlöserkirche erklingen Werke von Mendelssohn, Biebl, Miskinis, Praulins, Gjeilo, Mealor, Vujic sowie Spirituals. Im Programm sind drei Uraufführungen: Ola Gjeilo "Sacred Light", Paul Mealor , "I saw eternity" und Aleksandar S. Vujic "Du bist min".
Stefan Kuchel, tenor sax / Chorknaben Uetersen / Hans-Joachim Lustig, conductor

Sun, 29 Apr 2012
Missa Rigensis (except Kyrie)
"Mass was very enthusiastically received again by the choir and congregation on Sunday. We have been hosting a Conference for Choirmasters these last two days and many of them heard your setting on Sunday".
John ScottOrganist and Director of Music
Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue; One W. 53rd Street; New York

Sun, 18 Mar 2012
Missa Rigensis (except Gloria & Credo)
Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue
One W. 53rd Street; New York
St Thomas Choir School boys + pro TB singers
John Scott, Organist and Director of Music

Samstag, 21. April 2012, 19 Uhr ulmer münster
Chormusik aus Romantik und moderne
Mendelssohn, Gounod, Greek, Praulins
Kammerchor I Vocalisti Uetersen Leitung: Hans-Joachim Lustig

  • Trinity College Chapel
  • The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge
    conducted by Stephen Layton

    Pärt - Bogoroditse Djevo
    Tavener - Mother of God, here I stand
    Parsons - Ave Maria
    Prauliņš - Gloria (Missa Rigensis)
    Tallis - Salvator mundi
    Stucky - O sacrum convivium
    Purcell - Remember not, Lord, our offences
    Schütz - Die Himmel erzählen
    Bach - Lobet den Herrn
    Mendelssohn - Richte mich, Gott
    Ešenvalds - A drop in the ocean

    Trinity College Chapel

Mar 2012
“One of my choirs, The Meljon Singers, performed your Missa Rigensis in March this year in Holy Trinity Church, Hermon Hill, South Woodford as part of a programme of contemporary music from Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. We all enjoyed learning and peforming your piece very much and I am sure that it will remain a favourite piece for many years to come.
By including movements from Missa Rigensis as part of a workshop day for the choir Illumination, I hope to bring this fantastic piece to more choral singers in London”. 
Janette Ruocco, conductor.

26 Jan 2012 Kongsberg festival, Norway
25 Jan 2012 Christians Church Copenhagen, Denmark
The Nightingale
Michala Petri (recorders) and Danish National Vocal Ensemble; Stephen Layton, conductor


The Nightingale in Riga

Michala Petri and the Danish National Vocal Ensemble

29 January 2012

The Great Guild Hall, Amatu iela 6, Riga




Katholischen Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Wintersemester 2012/13 (Ltg.: Uwe Sochaczewsky)
  • Im Konzerte wirkte der Kammerchor der Katholischen Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt unter Leitung von Nico Schneidereit mit folgenden Werken mit:
    - Hugo Alfvén: Uti var hage
    - Wilhelm Peterson-Berger: Ved Havet
    - Peter Tschaikowski: Tebe pojem aus op. 41
    - Edward Elgar: Ave Verum op. 2, Nr. 1
    - Ugis Praulins: "Agnus Dei" aus der Missa Regenisis
    - Jean Sibelius: Drömmarna
  • http://www.ku.de/ppf/musik/musikpaedagogik/unimusik/sinfonieorchester-der-universitaet/


Pro Coro Canada rehearsing and performing excerpts of The Nightingale by Ugis Praulins
conductor: Michael Zaugg recorder: Mathias Mautte …