(khoomii) is one of the prominent genres in areas in the south of Russia such as Tuva, and it is particularly common in western Mongolia.
Designed to show modern life today in the Arctic, as well as the rich cultural heritage of the region, visits will include demonstrations of local arts and crafts, Arctic sports, traditional drum dancing and throat singing
, and tastings of local foods, such as Arctic char and bannock bread.
This year, the artists of throat singing
and those playing on ethnic instruments will perform on stage," she said.
Our influences are massive – everything from Katy Perry to Mongolian throat singing
Along with percussionist Jean Martin and cellist Cris Derkesen, Tagaq's throat singing
added emotion to the backdrop of the 1922 film Nanook of the North, a silent film that portrays images of life in an early 20th century Inuit community in Northern Quebec.
Also, Tanya Tagaq will awe you with her unique blend of Inuit throat singing
Blues (1999), which documents blind musician Paul Pena's participation in a Tuvan throat singing
competition in 1995.
In Thursday's performance, the monks demonstrated the deep, intense, multiphonic sound of their chants, often called throat singing
is a technique that involves one person singing multiple pitches at the same time.
Performed by two or more singers, this art exploits a form of throat singing
that involves a unique voice-shaking technique.
I get a lump in my throat singing
those songs and that's what I want to bring to the role.
In Voice-Box, Duncan uses Tibetan throat singing
to make the idea of aggression clear in the music.