Maskats, Arturs

Arturs Maskats (born 20 December 1957) is a Latvian composer.[1][2][3]

Works

  • Tango for orchestra[4]
  • Opera Valentina[5]

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-12-16. Retrieved 2013-05-12. 
  2. ^ Robert Chase -Memento mori: a guide to contemporary memorial music 2007 - Page 194 "Arturs Maskats, December 20, 1957 In 1977, Arturs Maskats entered the Latvian State Conservatory, where he studied composition with Valentins Utkins. In 1982, he began a long career at the Dailes Theatre in Riga. In 1996, he ..."
  3. ^ Musiques de la Russie et de ses voisins Michel-Rostislav Hofmann - 2003 Page 119 "Et parmi la jeune génération, citons Arturs Maskats (né en 1957) et Richards Dubra (né en 1964), qui ont acquis tous deux, au cours des années 1990, une audience internationale. L'Estonie « Le passé, ce fut le temps du massacre, ..."
  4. ^ Kas ir Latvija? Aivars Silin̦š, Anita Silin̦a - 2005 Page 125 -"Arturs Maskats (1957) — composer. Music for more than 90 dramatic productions and for film; choral, chamber, symphonic and vocal-symphonic music. His "Tango" for symphonic orchestra (2002) reached the semi-final of the 3rd international ..
  5. ^ Opera Valentina in Latvian National Opera