Special profile

The trio DEK’o! was formed in 2012!
Trio united three eminent Latvian musicians -

flutist Dita Krenberga is the principal flute of The Latvian National Symphony Orchestra since 2006, studied flute with the world-famous flute player James Galway whose reference was crucial in obtaining the Leonard Bernstein Scholarship for studies.

Clarinetist Ints Dālderis after graduation from the Latvian Academy of Music, he became the Principal Clarinet Player in the symphony orchestra of the Latvian National Opera. Since then he has appeared both as a soloist and musician with Latvian and international orchestras and chamber ensembles in Philharmonic and Konzerthaus in Berlin, Royal Albert Hall in London, Festspielhaus in Salzburg, Philharmonic in St.Petersburg, Herkulessaal in Munich, Tonhalle in Zurich, and Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow.

Pianist Agnese Egliņa is one of the brilliant chamber musicians of the new generation. She is laureate of 9th Yamaha international Birmingham accompanist competition. Agnese has gained diplomas as the best accompanist in several international singer and string instrument competitions. She is laureate in several international pianist – accompanist competitions. From 2011. Agnese is Swiss government Scholarship holder and she is studying in Zurich Music Academy with prof. E. Heiligers.

All three musicians are active soloist and sensitively ensemble partners. Musicians with their playing want to delight the audience with a wonderful chamber music. As well as a trio with their activities they are seeking to attract the attention of new composers and invite them to write compositions for trio – flute, clarinet and piano.

DEK’o! is new, creative and professional chamber music ensemble.


Dita Krenberga - Grand Music Award 2000
Ints Dālderis - Grand Music Award 2002
Agnese Egliņa - Grand Music Award 2010

* Grand Music Award is the supreme Latvian state award in music.

Recent highlights

2012: concert in The small Mežotne Palace
2012: concerts in several cities in Latvia
2012: concert French Chamber Music in Autumn Chamber Music Festival` 2012

World premieres

J. Karlsons (1948) Zīmes (Signs) trio for flute, clarinet and piano

Repertoire by

C. Saint-Saens, C. Debussy, Fr. Poulenc, J. Massenet, D. Godard, M. Legrand etc.


J. Karlsons Signs made by Latvijas Radio
Live concert French Chamber Music made by Latvijas Koncerti