Earth Sounds: Native American, Mongolian, and Australian Musical Cultures Celebrated at Wang Center Tonight
Tonight, October 4, at the Wang Center on the Stony Brook University campus in Stony Brook, New York, musical cultures will be celebrated in a special event. Earth Sounds creates and explores resonances between Native American, Mongolian, and Australian musical cultures. The ancient traditions of these three cultures are intrinsically linked with the experience of nomadic life, seasonal migrations, the sounds of nature, and ultimately the Earth itself. Together, they merge into a meditative, healing, and inspiring musical creation. With acclaimed musicians Shinetsog Dojnyam (Mongolia, throat-singer), Munkh-Erdene Chuluunbat (Mongolia, yatag), Stephen Kent (Australia, didgeridoo), and Grammy nominee R. Carlos Nakai (Navjo/Ute, flute).
The concert begins at 7 p.m. and is scheduled to run three hours.
Tickets: $35 (VIP) / $20 (General) / $15 (Seniors) $10 (Students). Discount of 20 percent for groups of 5 or more. For further information, contact Jennifer Iacona at 631-632-4400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.