Alash Tuvan Throat Singing Ensemble performing at UChicago, April 27

Time: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 7:00 pm
Location: Ida Noyes Hall Cloister Club (1212 East 59th Street, Hyde Park, Chicago)

Free and Open to the Public
Recommended $5 donation at the door
Alash are masters of Tuvan throat singing and the traditional percussion and string instruments of Tuva. What is throat singing? Imagine a booming bass overlain with layers of lyrical melodies and whistling harmonics, from a single human voice! Then, combine that with thumping percussion and string rhythms.

Persons with disabilities should contact the Office of Programs and External Relations at 773-753-2275
Sponsored by the Central Asian Studies Society, the Student Government Finance Committee, the University of Chicago Arts Council, and WHPK.

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