Andrey Mongush was first introduced to throat singing at the age of 13 while helping his grandparents herd their animals. Although he attended college and earned a degree in agriculture in 1991, he won numerous singing contests at the same time. Mongush decided to continue singing, specifically studying Tuvan indigenous instruments and throat singing. He graduated in 1997 with a degree specializing in the teaching of Khöömei and the use of Tuvan instruments. After receiving national recognition for his work with middle school children he was asked to join Huun Huur Tu in May of 2003.
Greetings overtone singers and overtone enthusiasts! I just made my documentary "Space Sound Voice" on overtone singing available for free on youtube.My first production - a documentary about overtone singing - was published in 2010. Now after 10…See More
"Well say there Jens-- like too share a bit about this Festival of Throat Singing in San Francisco in 2022. Three day festival and a five day culture camp in yurts. Teaching workshops for throat singing happening continuously. Want you to know that I…"