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Sun. 23.04.2023. 19:00

Armenian duduk | Sounds of eternity

Grand Hall

The duduk is an ancient Armenian wind instrument made from apricot wood. The soul of the apricot tree - this is how the name of the instrument sounds in translation. And this is symbolic. A cut down tree lives if it is turned into a musical instrument. After all, the singing soul is eternal.

This time we invite you to touch the sounds of eternity with us. Each melody will be accompanied by a beautiful video embodying the piece. “Music inspires the whole world, it gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination; and charm and gaiety to life and to everything... It can be called the embodiment of everything beautiful and everything sublime.” (Plato)


  • Folk music
  • Ethnic music
  • Classical music
  • Instrumental music

Concert participants:

Tigran Tumanyan was born in Armenia, but has lived in Latvia since childhood. However, in order to fulfil his dream of learning to play the duduk, in 2013 he returned to his homeland and studied with the best masters. Now Tigran performs not only in Latvia, but also in other countries. Tigran reveres the instrument and its unique timbre.

Jelena Jesajana is a vocalist, born and raised in Latvia in a very musical family. From childhood Jelena went to music school and continues going to vocal lessons. Jelena has successfully participated in numerous concerts and competitions (X Factor Armenia, X factor Latvia, and others) both in Latvia and abroad.

Erna Daugaviete is a professional cellist and composer. She actively performs and collaborates with famous Latvian artists and musicians both in Latvia and abroad. Erna uses a unique live recording technique on stage to create the effect of an orchestra.

Rihards Libietis is a Latvian musician and composer who regularly performs and collaborates with many famous Latvian artists and bands (Linda Leen, Raimonds Tiguls, The Originals, etc.). Rihards produced and self-released 2 solo albums and all 4 albums of the Rihards Libietis Orchestra. Richards also writes critically acclaimed music for theater productions, contemporary dance performances and short films.

The Host of the Event hereby informs that photographic images and/or video recordings will be taken in the course of the Event in order to ensure coverage of the Event in mass media and information materials. The obtained materials can be used for publicity and public information purposes. The Host of the Event assumes no liability for any photographic images and/or video recordings taken by third parties and for the usage of the materials thus obtained. Detailed information regarding the processing of your personal data is available here.