CANCELLED: When the Horsehead Fiddle Sings...
Elbphilharmonie+ / Easter Festival
The concert programme of the Elbphilharmonie and the Laeiszhalle cannot go ahead as planned due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. You can find detailed information on ticket returns here: Information on ticket returns
What is a horsehead fiddle and what is a swan neck lute? How are they made and how do you play them? Can anyone learn the special technique of Mongolian overtone singing? In this lecture concert, the Mongolian band Egschiglen presents traditional music and dance. The musicians also explain the symbolic meaning of their instruments and relate the age-old tales and legends that shaped Mongolia's culture.
The Elbphilharmonie's supporting programme offers a variety of different angles on the music performed – either to complement the concert itself, or as an experience in its own right. As a rule, the Elbphilharmonie+ events are interdisciplinary in nature: exhibitions, talks to accompany a particular concert or events featuring flamenco dancing or scat singing. They take place in the Elbphilharmonie itself in some cases, as well as in museums, libraries and local culture centres.
Yanlav Tumursaikhan morin khuur
Amartuwshin Baasandorj khöömii
Uuganbaatar Tsend-Ochir tovshuur
Ariunaa Tserendavaa dance
Bjørn Woll moderation
CANCELLED: Easter Festival
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