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Mongolian National Morin Khuur Orchestra to perform at Parthenon Tama on November 18

J. F. Oberlin University and Affiliated Schools will present a concert by the Mongolian National Morin Khuur Orchestra on November 18, with the goal of introducing Mongolian culture and arts, as well as contributing to the international exchanges between Mongolia and Japan.

The morin khuur is a traditional Mongolian stringed instrument, and it was registered on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage list in 2003. The Mongolian National Morin Khuur Orchestra was established in July, 1992. They have performed in Carnegie Hall, United Nations Headquarters, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, and other famous theaters all over the world. They will play Mongolian traditional songs as well as Japanese songs. Khoomii, or Mongolian traditional “throat singing,” will also be performed at the concert.

Date and timeMonday, November 18, 18:30
VenueParthenon Tama, five minutes’ walk from Tama Center Station on the Keio Line, the Odakyu Line, and the Tama Monorail
AdmissionSpecial offers
Adults: 2000 yen
Students (Junior High School or older): 1500 yen
Free for elementary school students
Children under 5 years old are not admitted. Seats cannot be reserved in advance.

Tickets are available at the ticket office in Parthenon Tama, at Tama Academy Hills, and at Keio Kanko offices. You can also purchase tickets online at e+.

For further information, please contact the person in charge of this event at J. F. Oberlin University and Affiliated Schools
Phone: 042-797-4831, 9:00-17:00 on weekdays only