Posts Tagged ‘Kalmyk folklore’

Celebration of 575th Anniversary of the Kalmyk Folk Epic Dzhangar in North America

Epic Dzhangar Celebration of 575th Anniversary of the Kalmyk Folk Epic Dzhangar in North America!

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You are cordially invited to the celebration of 575th Anniversary of the Kalmyk Folk Epic Dzhangar in North America! Read the rest of this entry »

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Kalmyk Performers Jamming at the Folk Life Festival

Kalmyk Performers Jamming at the Folk Life Festival.

Washington, DC on July 6, 2013

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Concert of Namdzhil Boldyrev and Mingiyan Khaninov

Namdzhil Boldyrev and Mingiyan Khaninov Kalmyk songs in Elista, capital of Republic of Kalmykia!

Concert of Namdzhil Boldyrev and Mingiyan Khaninov!

May 5 at the Grand Concert Hall will sound Kalmyk folk and original songs performed by young singers. Read the rest of this entry »

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Concert of Delgir Manzhieva!

Delgir Manzhieva Concert of Delgir Manzhieva and kalmyk folk-groups with national music and songs!

April, 19.
18.00.

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Welcome to ‘Evening of Kalmyk Songs’ in Howell, NJ

Evening of Kalmyk Songs [ Ru ] For those who cannot attend the NYC performance of “An Evening of Kalmyk Songs”, there will be a performance in Howell, NJ the following week:

Ensemble “Magtal” will give you an opportunity to dive into the Kalmyk culture, to find yourself in the vastness of the Kalmyk Steppes and to enjoy national songs and dancing. Included is a “Meet The Artists” reception after the concert. Read the rest of this entry »

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Professor from St. Petersburg about Buddhism, kalmyk art, ritual dances and temples

Kalmyk art Professor from St. Petersburg Svetlana Makhlina about Buddhism, kalmyk culture, ritual dances and temples

Buddhism – historically the first world religion. And yet, as Borges said, is “the most widespread religion in the world”. In Russia, the earliest penetration of Buddhism was characteristic of the Kalmyk people, who took more than 400 years ago.

Kalmyk culture germinated on the unique cultural soil elyutov who lived in a colorful country where the vast steppes “stretched white, happiness, koshmovye tent noble Noyon and zaisangs, but black as a bitter fate, tents commoners – albatu, ketchinerov and shabinerov”. Read the rest of this entry »

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