NUR-SULTAN, JULY 5-6, SUMMER STAGE ON THE EXPO TERRITORY

KHOOMEI BEAT (Republic of Tuva)

JULY 6 | SUMMER STAGE ON THE EXPO TERRITORY
Feeding on the roots of Tuvinian folk music, the musicians subtly mixed the expression of rock with a light unconcern of jazz and pop music. With the help of this dizzying mix, the musicians convey to the listeners the history of their people, the traditions and customs of their ancestors, carefully preserved and preserved until today.
The KHOOMEI BEAT band is a bright representative of the new generation of Tuvan musicians. The Khoomei Beat group popularizes Tuvan throat singing in a different design. That rolling-roaring, then gently caressing sound of throat singing on the background of igil, byzaanchi, drum, bass guitar and keyboards is perceived by listeners in a completely new way. And the sounds of the cello, like spicy seasoning, only add piquant sensitivity to the general sound of the group.
The band draws inspiration from old archival recordings and modern music. At the same time, Tuvan folk music and throat singing remains the starting point, but does not restrict the musicians: remaining loyal to the folk roots, the musicians are open to different styles and new directions.
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