A compelling combination of Mongolian musical styles coalesce into the rich and powerful music of Anda Union. Hailing from differing ethnic nomadic cultures, the nine-member band unites tribal and musical traditions from all over Inner Mongolia utilizing a wide range of instruments and vocal throat singing styles in a fusion that would make Genghis Khan proud. Highlighting instruments like the Morin Hurr (also known as the “Horse Head fiddle”) and the Moadin chor (a reed flute which is played while singing), Anda Union has taken up the fight to preserve an age-old culture by increasing awareness of its traditions.
The members of Anda Union all trained in Mongolian music from a young age; many are from traditional musical families. The band is part of a musical movement that is finding new inspiration in old and forgotten songs, and sharing it from the steppes to the cities.
Enter to win a pair of tickets to this highly anticipated performance!
Two tickets to Anda Union in the Chan Shun Concert Hall at the Chan Centre on Sunday, March 26 at 8 p.m.
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Contest Deadline: Wednesday, March 22, 3:00 am
Winner(s) will be contacted either by phone or email.