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LATVIAN FOLK SONG MEDLEY: Maziņš Biju, Neredzēju , Saulīt Vēlu Vakarā, Tek Saulīte Tecēdama.
Ilga SUNA (1949) is a Latvian born Canadian concert pianist and
recording artist. She first studied piano at the local Music School in Limbazi. After graduation Ilga continued her music studies at the Jelgava Music College.
Between 1971 and 1976 Ilga Suna completed her M. Mus. degree at the J. Vitols Latvian State Conservatory. During her studies Ilga Suna performed at many recitals together with her husband Indulis, and after graduation began an extensive career as a piano teacher and accompanist at the Jaz. Medins Music College and J. Vitols Latvian Music Academy.
Over the years Ilga Suna together with her husband Indulis have played and recorded a number of world premiere compositions (Arturs Grinups, Maija Einfelde, Janis Kepitis and others) and many composers have dedicated their works to them ( A. Grinups, J. Kepitis, A. Levkovich).
While in Canada (from 1991) both artists have released 16 CDs featuring classical, contemporary, popular and dance music selections.
They have also sponsored and produced the CDs "The Great Performances at the Riga Dom Cathedral", "Recital at S. Andrew's Latvian Lutheran Church", featuring performances of the distinguished Latvian artists Janis Bulavs (violin) and Larisa Bulava (organ) and solo album "Janis Bulavs / violin".
In 2006 Ilga Suna recorded 4 new solo piano and keyboard albums: "A Time For Us" featuring timeless treasures for Piano Lovers; "Ochi Chornie"- Dark Eyes; " Million Red Roses" and The Last Waltz".

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