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Portrait of The Amigos with their instruments
The Amigos

Nature Ganganbaigal playing the horsehead fiddle
Nature Ganganbaigal

Two-Steppe: The Amigos with special guest Nature Ganganbaigal

Thursday, October 8 at 7:30
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, Frieda and Roy Furman Stage

The Amigos deliver foot-stomping, accordion-infused Indie-Americana music blending folk-rock, zydeco/cajun, and hot jazz. In a 2014 tour organized by the State Department program, American Music Abroad, The Amigos collaborated with musicians in Cambodia, China, Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam. In the spirit of re-opening this musical dialogue The Amigos will be joined by special guest, morin khuur player and throat singer, Nature Ganganbaigal.

Nature Ganganbaigal is a morin khuur player and traditional throat singer. The morin khuur, also called a horsehead fiddle, is a bowed string instrument and considered a symbol of the Mongolian nation. Nature is also a film music composer and music producer and winner of the NYU Film Score Competition.

Listen to The Amigos here: https://youtu.be/aZyWnWqZMa0

Listen to a horsehead fiddle solo by Nature Ganganbaigal here: https://youtu.be/bWy-Pn9aswY

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