Silk Road

MUSEUM OF KAZAKH MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN ALMATY

The museum has already impressed me through google before i reached there. The wooden architecture which was crafted in 1908 was absolutely astounding. The entrance fee was surprisingly cheap and the time Paul and I visited the museum was perfect as a classical music instruments performance was about to begin. I was on cloud nine. The interesting part was we were invited to the performance even though it wasn’t open for public or for tourists. The event was organised for special children.

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The Dombra and kyl kobyz stole the spotlight . All the performers sounded like professional musicians.

Click the link below for the video. Feast your ears on this!

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