The land of Latvia, and the Latvian creators dedicated to developing inspiring innovation and design in Latvia. The design world of Latvia is thriving in the capital city of Riga and across the country. From interior design, visual design and art.
Celebrating the traditions of Latvia and the culture of the Baltic country.
Latvian people and their smiling faces currently featured here on Baltic Creators including the Latvian music of today and the celebration of Latvian cinema. The Latvian folk music of today and the opportunities available for Latvia local economy. Latvian folk dancing and the artwork from the capital city of Riga. In Riga, the city is vibrant with young people striving to build a career and get ahead. Yes, Latvia may be a small country but the talent pool is real and the community is strong in the small market. For young entreprenuers in Latvia, career is key. With a booming start up scene and many new prospects for scientists and innovators in Latvia.
Imagine the beauty that is Riga and the country of Latvia. Inside Riga you will find many great opportunities for startups and for those looking to advance their investments in 2019 and 2020. Because Riga is the key financial and trade center of the Baltic region, Riga gives great industrial spaces to venture and invest in and Riga’s rich architecturial heritage, and the opportunity for US investments in Riga. As Riga’s 5G network advances in 2020 and mobile careers begin to make developments.
Riga Art and Science
Riga’s science community is advancing quickly and Air Baltic is also based in Riga.
Latvian Music in 2019
Latvian music shines and conducters and the culturial program are proof. There was, though, one beneficial byproduct of that almost 50-year Soviet occupation – the network of free music schools that have helped a country of just 2 million people to produce a battery of international classical music stars: conductors Mariss Jansons and Andris Nelsons; opera singers Elīna Garanča and Kristine Opolais; violinists Gidon Kremer and Baiba Skride; and cellist Mischa Maisky. Grafting Soviet pedagogy on to Latvia’s choral tradition has produced a potent musical mix.