Bukhu, Traditional Mongolian Throat Singer (NSW)

Cultural Infusion

Bukhu, Bukhu,
Derived from Mongolian folk religion and the legend of the Shaman, Bukhu presents traditional throat singing from his homeland. Alongside the Mongolian horse head fiddle, the singing is skillfully crafted into an exciting and engaging performance using contemporary loop pedals and modern beats to create a show that will enthrall students and leave them wanting to learn throat singing themsleves!

BOOKINGS
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Show Details

Type

incursion

Year Level Suitability

Prep-2 to 10-12

Curriculum area

The Arts - Music, History, Geography , Languages

Themes

Intercultural Understanding, History, Music, Contemporary Music, Traditional Throat Singing.

Artform

Live Music, Workshop

Duration

50 minutes

Cost

$6 per student (plus GST) with a minimum of 150 students

School Term:
Term 1, Term 2, Term 3, Term 4

Availability

Available in New South Wales.
Additional travel expenses may apply to regional bookings.

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