The Mongolian steppe resounds

Epi

Dandarvaanchig Enkhjargal (Epi) studied the morin khuur, or two-stringed horse-head fiddle, at the conservatory in Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia). The morin khuur is generally used to accompany the pieces known as ‘long songs’. Epi only needs to play and sing a few notes to make you feel as though the Mongolian steppe were pouring into your ears. His art evokes both the wide expanses of the steppe and the beauty of small things.

Epi, horse-head fiddle & voice

26.04.2018
21:30 — 22:30

Nona arts centre
Begijnenstraat 19
Mechelen

30% horse-head fiddle
30% world music
30% unique voice
10% surprise

PROGRAMME
Traditional Mongolian songs and compositions for horse-head fiddle

IN COOPERATION WITH
Kunstencentrum nona

TICKETS
15 euro
-26: 12 euro
LAST TICKETS: T. 015 26 23 41 of concert register