Revive Altai cultural/environmental sustainability

Aug 14, 2012

Our Youths Perform in National Cultural Festival

two of our young throat-singers
two of our young throat-singers

For several years, your donations have enabled us to provide support to young Altai throat-singers, so they could afford to continue their training.

We are delighted to announce that they once again performed at El Oyin, the biennial national Altai cultural festival, to rave reviews. They also continue to perform for the community. I have attached a video of our group giving an informal concert at a children's camp.

Thank you for your continued support.



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Altai Mir University

Shoreline, WA, United States

Project Leader

Carol Hiltner

Shoreline, Washington United States

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