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Inner Mongolian Rock Band Hanggai Is Coming Back to Shanghai This March

Get a ticket to hear the shreds of guitars and the rumble of throat singing.
Mar 3, 2021 | 12:00 Wed
Inner Mongolian band Hanggai is coming to Shanghai for a one-night concert at the Blue Note Jazz Club.

Started in 2004, the band is made up of musicians from across Inner Mongolia, Qinghai and other provinces of China. Their musical styling is an amalgamation of folkloric Mongolian music and contemporary rock & roll, a synthesis of past and present. The instruments they play include the Tovshuur (a two-stringed lute) and Morin Khuur (horse-head fiddle), as well as percussions, electric guitar and bass. The songs are performed in the traditional Mongolian throat singing synonymous with the culture.

Hanggai is an ancient Mongolian word. It refers to the world, and how it's encompassed by blue skies, white clouds, grasslands, rivers, mountains and forests. As the band's name, it is a nominal expression to its heritage.

For the previous 15 years, the band has made great strides within the music scene. They have produced 7 albums, been nominated for the 2011 Best Band Award at the Songlines Music Awards and have won the 2017 Band of Year award at the CMIC Music Awards. Hanggai has collaborated on a record with rock producer Garth Richardson of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, performed live with the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra and have even produced soundtracks in film and television.

Hanggai will be playing at the Blue Note Jazz Club on March 27, at 6.30pm. There is a pre-sale price of 299rmb per person on SmartTicket. If interested in seeing the band play live, click HERE to be redirected to the ticketing page.



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