Mongolian theater to perform opera

The Mongolian State Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet will stage operas by Rossini, Verdi, Mozart and Puccini for their first Seoul performance in a concert on Dec. 6 to mark the 25th anniversary of Mongolia’s diplomatic relations with Korea.

The Mongolian Gala Concert, hosted by the Mongolian embassy, will feature Mongolia’s traditional music and dance and feature 60 instrumentalists and six singers, including Mongolian opera singer Amartuvshin Enkhbat, who was recently recognized as the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2015.

Artists from the Mongolian State Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet. Mongolian Embassy

Founded in 1963, the theater has performed 57 operas and 57 ballets by Mongolian and foreign composers around the world. It hosts over 100 performances a year, including some 80 operas and ballets and 20 classical and special performances. 

The event is sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Hyundai Motor Group, POSCO Energy, Mongolian Airlines, Korean Air, Halla Group and Dongkwang Construction. 

The concert is free and begins at 5 p.m. at the Universal Arts Center in Seoul. For more information, visit www.mongolembassy.com or call 010-2892-4652 or 010-2825-7371.

By Joel Lee (joel@heraldcorp.com)

Artists from the Mongolian State Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet. Mongolian Embassy


Source:http://www.koreaherald.com/
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