The New York Latvian Concert choir has been privileged to perform with many partners, both amateur and professional, in its many years of performing.
We've performed together with the following choirs and ensembles:
- Bergen Chorale
- Boston ensemble "Kolibri"
- Boston Exiles' Church Choir
- Philadelphia ensemble "Auseklis"
- Philadelphia ensemble "Melodija"
- chamber-choir "Balsis," Riga
- chamber-choir "Dzirksts," Toronto
- Connecticut choir "Rota"
- University of Latvia choir "Juventus"
- Los Angeles ensemble "Solaris"
- Mazas Gildes mixed choir "Sonore," Riga
- Minneapolis and St. Paul Church choir
- Montreal-Ottawa men's choir "Junda"
- Montreal Latvian choir "Atbalss"
- Montreal Latvian school children's ensemble
- New Brunswick-Lakewood church choir
- New York Bronx Latvian school children's ensemble
- Long Island Latvian Church Choir
- Poughkeepsie Latvian Choir
- Riga 4th Music School choir class
- Latvian choir "Ligo," Riga
- T. Kalnins Latvian State Radio and Television choir
- Toronto St. John's Latvian Church ensemble
- "Gaudeamus" men's choir, Riga
We have also had the privilege of working with many talented musicians and orchestras:
- Bronx Arts Ensemble Orchestra
- Bronx Chamber Orchestra
- Latvian National Opera orchestra
- Latvian National Symphony orchestra
- Philharmonia Hungarica Symphony Orchestra
- Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra
- members of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
- New England Chamber Orchestra
- Toronto Festival Orchestra
Our venues have been many, too many to list here. However, we are proud that they have included some of the world's pre-eminent concert halls (admittedly made easier by being in New York!):
- Alice Tully Hall (New York)
- Avery Fischer Hall (New York)
- Carnegie Hall (New York)
- the Dome Cathedral (Riga)
- the Latvian National Opera (Riga)
- and other venues across the northeast and midwest, as well as abroad in Canada, Germany, and Sweden
Of course, no choir could focus on its mission of song without the able guidance of its conductor. We have had the honor of singing to the baton (or waving hands!) of some truly talented individuals: