Dancer G. Burmaa to Present the Wonders of Mongolian Folk DanceArt & Culture
Ulaanbaatar. January 19. /MONTSAME/. Mongolian Dancer G. Burmaa, currently living and working in Japan, will have her first public performance at the Sunny Hall in Tokyo on January 20, 2023.
She started her career with Tumen-Ekh Ensemble and came to Japan, immersed herself in Japanese art and culture, including Japanese folk dance and tea ceremony, and became an Ikebana artist and teacher. She has been a cultural bridge between Japan and Mongolia by supporting Mongolian artists and their art and cultural activities.
With this performance, she will show the wonders of Mongolian folk dance with talented Mongolian artists to the Japanese audience. Additionally, the Ikebana performance will be dramatized by combining traditional Mongolian heritage and modern folk art music. She was born into a family of artists in Dundgobi aimag. Her mother, traditional long song singer R. Khandsuren, her twin T. Shanui and her cousin, ballet dancer of State Opera and Ballet Academic Theatre M. Nandintsetseg, are participating in this performance.
State Prize Laureate D. Sosorbaram was invited as an honored guest, State Honored Artist, a choreographer, and professor at the School of Dance Arts of Mongolian State University of Arts and Culture D. Enkhgerel directed the performance and Mongolian talented dancer and choreographers of the Tumen-Ekh ensemble, Ulaanbaatar theatre, KHUN theatre, and Moko Band will participate.