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MONGOLIAN NATIONAL SONG AND DANCE ACADEMIC ENSEMBLE

Mongolian National Song and Dance Academic Ensemble was established in 1945, and the Ensemble's repertoire include more than 200 performances and folk operas particular themes, such as "Three Tragic Destinies", "Sunjidma", "Lineage of Chinggis Khan", "Song of Mongolian Wrestler", "Song of Mongolian Archery", "Mongolian Music in the world", "Song of Mongolian People 1,2", "Legend of the Sun", "Wolf burte", "Wondering Monk" etc.

The Mongolian National Song and Dance Academic Ensembles history is shared with the old socialist Estrada to become today’s National Song and Dance Academic Ensemble.

Because the ensemble’s history is deeply intertwined with the ancient vocal and instrumental traditions, festive dances and unique singing techniques it’s performances cannot be replicated by any other group of artists in the world.
The ensemble has a firm command of the classical performance arts of the world, as well as what is perhaps the greatest living artists in the field of traditional Mongolian song and dance. It has also been at the forefront of new stage arts in Mongolia, and has produced many history making concerts.

The Mongolian National Song and Dance Academic Ensemble currently employs nearly twenty professional singers, over 60 musicians in the National Grand Ensemble, over 50 dancers in the S. Sevjid troupe as well as capable contortionists, conductors and others in the fields of management and marketing.

For this reason the Ensemble is the host of several artistic unions. They include: “The Mongolian Long Song Union” “The Mongolian Throat Singing Union” “The Mongolian Folk Short Song Union” and “The Folk Dance Society” amongst others.





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MONGOLIAN NATIONAL SONG AND DANCE ACADEMIC ENSEMBLE

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