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Opening Night
Fri - Aug 3, 2012
Exhibits - Film screening - Concert - Reception
Exhibitions Open – 7pm
Screening/Program – 8pm
By invitation only (Email Us To Request Free Tickets)


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Exhibits     Exhibits
Hosted by GAUKHAR (GIA) NOORTAS and prolific actor CARY HIROYUKI TAGAWA

Exhibits

Exhibits
EXHIBITS
featuring Ancient Kazakh Jewelry & Historic Cinema Posters

Film Screening

Dialogue from the Steppe
With a SCREENING of the film "Dialogue from the Steppe"

Concert

Inzhu


Special Performance by Inzhu
The Instrumental and vocal trio "Inju Marjan" which means "New Born Pearl" was founded in November 2006. Inzhu play kyl-kobyz (an ancient shaman stringed instrument with horsehair instead of strings), and kobyz-prima (modern orchestral instrument, with metal strings). The musicians are are winners of international competitions: Lyaylya Tazhibayeva (kobyz-prima, vocals, leader), Aigul Auzhanova (Kyl-kobyz), Laula Chenemisova (dombra).

Inju Marjan's repertoire includes works of Kazakh folk composers (Zhantore, Tattimbet), Kazakhstan composers (N.Tlendiev, E.Brusilovsky, E.Kusainov) as well as European classical composers (N. Paganini, JS Bach), works from the show "Riverdance" (Irish author's works)

The trio has performed in Austria, China, South Korea, Italy, Germany, Japan, England, Romania.


Yerzhan Isin


Yerzhan Isin

The soloist-instrumentalist (dombra). Winner of international festivals. Winner of the first electro - acoustic dombra in Kazakhstan. The repertoire includes instrumentals by Kazakh folk composers such as Kurmangazy, Tattimbet, Turkesh, Deena Nurpeisova, Nurgisa Tlendiev. Yerzhan performes with in the famous orchestras of Kazakhstan: The Academic Orchestra of Folk Instruments named after Kurmangazy; State Dance Ensemble "Saltanat", folklore-ethnographic ensemble "Sazgen." Performes in: Russia, Uzbekistan, China, Turkey, Poland, North Korea, France.



Tickets

You may request FREE Opening Night Tickets by emailing your name, organization (if any), and the number of tickets desired.

Exhibitions Open – 7pm
Screening/Program – 8pm