Blending different genres into one sound, Latvian group DAGAMBA, will be at 100% Studio as part of the PSM Jazz Festival on May 20th 2021 to perfectly combine Beethoven and Rammstein!
From Vivaldi to Beethoven, from U2 to Muse, from Led Zeppelin to the Game of Thrones soundtrack; combining different genres and songs such as rock, pop, classical music and world music, the Latvian group DAGAMBA was founded by cellist childhood friends Valters Puce and Antons Trocjuks, who were also academically involved in music. Percussionist Hamidreza Rahbaralam, pianist Dainis Tennis and percussionist/drummer Arturs Jermaks; became the names that expanded and developed the group's multi-cultural and diverse structure. DAGAMBA, who have managed to create a unique sound by bringing together distant music cultures, reinforces this with their dynamic live performances. Combining their academic identity with their rebellious spirits and dominance over their instruments, the group members manage to get across the feel of DAGAMBA in every piece they play, albeit in different genres. The group, who defines themselves as classical music hooligans and establish melodic ties between Ludwig Van Beethoven and Rammstein, will be at %100 Studio as a part of PSM Jazz Festival on May 20th 2021 with their special project #LudwigVanRammstein.