Join us for an amazing evening with Chirgilchin.
The word Chirgilchin has two translations: “dance of the air in the heat of the day” and “miracle.” Established in 1996, Chirgilchin is a group of musicians from Tuva, a small Russian province north of Western Mongolia. Their music tells stories of their homeland, its horses and its people. Throat-singing is an extraordinary vocal form in which one singer produces two or more voices simultaneously, the low sounds in the throat harmonizing with middle and high flute-like overtones, to create richly layered melodies that evoke Central Asian steppes and nomadic life. Atmospheric and mesmeric, this music is almost too difficult to describe in words and must be heard to be believed.
Doors open to the public: 6:30pm
Tickets are $20, $25 and $30 (including all service charges). Kids 15 and under just $12 (including all service charges).
For more information about the artists, and to purchase tickets, click: AMP Concerts
Tickets are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket: 505-886-1251
This is a Public Cultural Immersion Concert in conjunction with AMP Concerts