Tuvan throat singers at SCC April 9-13

Tuvan
Alash is a trio of master throat singers from Tuva, a tiny republic in Central Asia.

Witness a unique musical experience, Tuvan throat singing. This unusual style of song involves multiple pitches sung at the same time. This is part of Southeast Community College’s Diversity Education programming.

The Alash Ensemble, an internationally renowned group of “Tuvan Throat-singers,” will be performing April 9-13. 

“This community outreach activity is offered as an opportunity to experience a musical art form that expresses and reflects the culture, people and lifestyle of Tuva,” said Jose Soto, vice president for Access/Equity/Diversity at SCC.

“We are proud to partner with community organizations to present artistic and educational opportunities that explores the rich diversity in our community.”

All events are free and open to the public:

 * Monday, April 9, Noon-1 p.m. at SCC Lincoln Campus, 8800 O St., café commons area.

 * Tuesday, April 10, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at SCC Education Square, 1111 O St., commons area.

 * Wednesday, April 11, Noon-1 p.m. at SCC Beatrice Campus, 4771 W. Scott Road, Jackson Hall Conference Room.

 * Friday, April 13, Noon-1 p.m. at SCC Milford Campus, 600 State St., Eicher Technical Center Auditorium.

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For more information contact:
Andrea Gallagher
Marketing Specialist
402-323-3395
agallagher@southeast.edu