Fr 8 April 2022 | 20:00 | Espace Saint-Gervais, Genève
Khusugtun ("Nomads") is one of Mongolia's most popular khöömii diphonic singing and instrumental music ensembles, and has been for the past ten years. After having been revealed by the International Khöömii Festival of Ulaanbaatar, BBC Proms, Rainforest Music Festival, Khusugtun has toured in about twenty countries. Its arrival in Europe, and this time in Geneva, is an event in itself.
The name of the group embodies the musicians' desire to nomadise in music, in the image of their ancestors who travelled the world. What is important to them is that people listen to them while imagining the diversity of the beauties of nature, the main source of inspiration for the poems and music in their repertoire, in order to free themselves from everyday life. They will perform in Geneva, in a trio version, in the sumptuous acoustic space of the Saint-Gervais Temple, where they will make the fascinating sounds of the khöömii, throat singing, the repertoire of magtaal praise songs, the timbres of the morin khuur and ikh khuur fiddles, the tovshuur and dombra lutes, and the Jew's harps...
In turn, the voices evoke the spring breeze or the stormy winter wind, the continuum of torrents or waterfalls; the fiddle whinnies like a horse or imitates the different paces of its step, sometimes the melodies even reproduce the sinuous curve of mountain ridges. And the spirit of the great heroes of history hovers over these marvellous sounds, such as that of the great Genghis Khan.
Ariunbold DASHDORJ : chant / khöömii / grande vièle cheval ikh khuur / guitare / guimbarde tömör khuur
Batzorig VAANCHIG : chant / khöömii / vièle cheval morin khuur / guimbarde tömör khuur
Nasanjargal GANBOLD : chant / khöömii / luths tovshuur et dombra / guimbarde tömör khuur
Fr 8 April 2022 | 20:00
AUTRES POINTS DE VENTE :
Service culturel Migros Genève, rue du Commerce 9, Genève, 058 568 29 00
Stand Info Balexert
Kiosque culturel de l'ONUG
Sur place, 1h avant le début des représentations
Plein tarif : CHF 25.-
Tarif réduit : CHF 18.-
Enfants jusqu’à 14 ans : 12.-
Carte 20 ans/20 francs : 10.-
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rue des Terreaux du temple 12
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These regular workshops are a chance to try out the Martina A. Catella method and its Sing the World application, in order to ‘discover the voice, the world, its cultures and languages through song’. This original approach brings together technique, games and repertoires borrowed from traditional societies the world over for their learning values and beauty.
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