- Batsükh Dorj (khöömii, toshpuluur, igil, khomus)
- instrumentation:instrumental, vocal, a cappella, percussion, string, unplugged, lute
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Batsükh is a young tuva khöömii performer, born in 1990 in the district of Tsengel, province of Bayan-Ulgii, Mongolia. Initiated by the tuvan master B. Papizan, he learnt khöömii with his brother Butemj, then developed himself by listening to the recordings. He graduated from the Music College of the Tuva Republic in Kyzyl, Russia.
He masters several techniques of khöömii, in Mongolian and Tuvanian styles: khöömii, isgeree (whistle khöömii), kharkhiraa (deep khöömii), ezengileer, borbagnadyr and igil fiddle, and toshpuluur lute.
Batsükh represents the young professionnal generation in Tsengel and develops his own composition. His first CD appearance is on "An Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii" released in january 2017.
References: He toured in the west for the first time in 2016, including venues like Opera House of Rennes, Opera House of Lille, Guimet Museum of Asian Arts in Paris, Alhambra in Geneva, Musée des Confluences in Lyon and festivals such as Les Détours de Babel and Harmonie des Steppes Festival.
-An Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii (CD2-6)
Khei Ati (Wind Horse) by Batsükh Dorj
Excerpt from the CD An Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii