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Namgar (Buryat: Намгар) is a Russian band. They were formed in 2001 in the Buryat Republic by Namgar Lhasaranova and Yevgeny Zolotaryov, a Buryat singer, who recruited Buryat and Mongolian musicians on traditional instruments. Their style combines Buryat-Mongolian Folk Music with The Power of Rock. Members include:

  • Namgar Lhasaranova, singer
  • Yevgeny Zolotaryov, chanza
  • Kh. Altangerel, morin huur
  • Jamyangiin Urantögs ("Urana"), yatag
  • Erdenebal Javkhlan
  • Bulat Gafarov, various instruments

The official website of Namgar is namgarfolk.com.


Albums

  • Hatar, 2003
  • Inspector Putilin (TV soundtrack by Alexei Aigi), 2007
  • The Prince of the Wind (TV soundtrack by Alexei Aigi), 2008
  • Nomad, 2008

Performances

  • Moscow, March 2001
  • Riddu Riđđu, Norway, July 2001
  • International Exhibition, Beijing, China, 2003
  • Rainforest World Music Festival, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 2005
  • Riddu Riđđu, Norway, 2005
  • Buryat Culture and Art Festival, Paris, France, 2006
  • Shark Taronalari, Shark, Uzbekistan, 2007
  • Roza Mira, Moscow, 2008
  • Alianait Art Festival, Canada, 2008
  • "Ethnomechanics" festival, St. Petersburg, 2008
  • "Ocean of Compassion" festival, Elista, Kalmyk Republic, 2009
  • "Ocean of Compassion" festival, Dom Muzyki, Moscow, 2009
  • Global Fest, New York City, 2009
  • Riddu Riđđu, Norway, 2009
  • OCFF, Canada, 2009
  • "Ethnomechanics" festival, Moscow, 2009
  • Global Fest, New York City, 2010
  • Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, 2010
  • Shrine, New York City, 2010
  • Canada, summer 2010
  • Seattle, 2010
  • Ethnoplanet, Moscow, 2010
  • House of Nationalities, Moscow, 2010
  • Maslenitsa festival, Trafalgar Square, London, 2011
  • Mongolian Festival, Berstadt, Germany, 2011
  • Chiasso Festival, Switzerland, 2011
  • "Movement" festival, Perm, 2011
  • British Columbia tour, Canada, 2011
  • London, 2011
  • Chita, Zabaikal Territory, 2011
  • Ulan-Ude, Buryat Republic, 2011
  • Mongolia, 2011
  • Poland, 2011
  • Cultural center "DOM", Moscow, 2012

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