Klangkörper is a brand-new stage for overtone music based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Enter the realm of the overtones, adventurous sounds and enchanting frequencies. On January 14th 2017 the first edition of Klangkörper takes place in a unique, devoted surrounding: the ancient Antonius Church in Lombok, Utrecht. Live on stage are Borg Diem Groeneveld, Rowan Lee Hartsuiker and Danibal.
Did you ever thought of playing a traditional Mongolian instrument yourself? Please check out my project where I sell handmade traditional Mongolian "morin huur" (horsehead fiddle)! The morin khuur (Mongolian: морин хуур), also known as horsehead fiddle, is a traditional Mongolian bowed stringed instrument. It is one of the most important musical instruments of the Mongol people, and is considered a symbol of the Mongolian nation. On this website you'll find information about these beautiful instruments. If you are looking for a custom made morin khuur, order one now! Need inspiration? View the gallery!
I was asked if I was interested to sing a part of the soundtrack for Karmaflow: The Rock Opera Game. Of course I was interested! I'm always interested to spread my music around. If it's for a game, video, film, documentary, or whatever! Here's what Karmaflow has to say themselves.
We had a fun and great workshop in Delft, the Netherlands. I was asked by Virgiel, largest student Association of Delft to organize a group workshop to introduce a group of 20 students to this art of singing. Some laughs, some serious practice, some music demonstrations; it was a fun experience. Some people liked it, some people liked it a lot, and some people thought it was a bit strange. Of course it's strange! But that's why it's so fun trying to sing!
This was definitely a unique experience of my life. Getting married in Mongolia! Of course in Mongolia, where else? We have been planning this day for the past weeks. We invited my parents and youngest brother to our wedding, too. Their first time in Mongolia! Part of the great experience.
It's always good to be back in Mongolia. We try to go there at least once a year. If we are able to, we try to go there twice a year. But it's not always that easy. Great to see our family again, great to smell the fresh air in the countryside, where the family of my wife lives.