Latvian conductor AIVIS GRETERS received 2nd Prize at German Conductors Award 2021 and conducted WDR Sinfonieorchester and Gürzenich-Orchester Köln.
Greters during season 2020/2021 had debut with main three Latvian orchestra’s - Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonietta Riga and Liepāja Symphony Orchestra. Early 2021 Greters received The Grand Music Award in category "Young artist of the year 2020" and also in category for " Artistically brave and innovative work during COVID-19" for project with Youth Choir Kamēr… in Music Festival Cēsis.
Aivis Greters is Artistic director and conductor of Youth Choir Kamēr… since 2018, before which he was a singer and the choir’s second conductor. With the leadership of Greters, Youth choir Kamēr... won the Grand Prix of the 50th Tolosa Choral contest 2018. August of 2019 Greters together with Kamēr... won European Grand Prix in Arezzo and became the first choir who has won three EGP titles in the world. 2017 Aivis has won the first prize at the Nordic Choir Conductor Competition in Denmark.
June 2021 Aivis graduated Latvian Academy of Music orchestral conducting department, Professor Mārtiņš Ozoliņš. From 2013-2017 studied choral conducting in Latvian Academy of
Music and during 2015-2016 developed his skills at the Royal College of Music, Stockholm.
Greters has participated in numerous master classes including Bach cantatas with Jorg-Peter Weigle, English renaissance with Steven Layton, Mozart Opera arias with Zbigniew Graca, Orchestral Conducting with Lutz Kohler, Ekhart Wycik, Alexander Polianichko and passive participation in Järvi Academy 2019