How do they do it????

Academy's Participants after the concert

Academy’s Participants after the concert

Yesterday we had the first concert of our Academy’s participants – saying it was magnificent means saying nothing! It was enchanting and incredibly entertaining! How do they do it? How do they handle these instruments in the way that makes us drown in music, be surrounded by unbelievable sound frequencies. Some of the sounds were so electrified that it felt like fall of energy.

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Tokzhan Karatai (Kazakhstan) plays on Qobyz – the most mysterious instrument of Central Asia

Farkhod Ubaidulloev (Uzbekistan) plays on Ood.

Farkhod Ubaidulloev (Uzbekistan) plays on Ood.

Looking at each of them was like looking at piece of art! They are so beautiful, so sexy, and so powerful when the hold their instruments.

Khushbakht Niyozov (Tajikistan, front) just turned 29 an hour before the concert, plays Afghan Rubab

Khushbakht Niyozov (Tajikistan, front) just turned 29 an hour before the concert, plays Afghan Rubab

These musicians from different regions of Uzbekistan have cured many people with their powerful music.

These musicians from different regions of Uzbekistan have cured many people with their powerful music.

In ancient times Oriental physicians, including great Avicenna, used to prescribe music to cure diseases – frequencies generated by music instruments create chemical waves capable to cure a patient on atomic levels. The concert yesterday was a truly healing experience!

Askat Zhetigen, our handsome guy from Kyrgyzstan, masterfully plays on Qomuz

Askat Zhetigen, our handsome guy from Kyrgyzstan, masterfully plays on Qomuz.

Young virtuosi from Kyrgyzstan juggled their Qomuzes with breathtaking nimbleness.

Young virtuosi from Kyrgyzstan juggled their Qomuzes with breathtaking nimbleness.

Bishkek's Qomuz Stars!!!

Bishkek’s Qomuz Stars!!!

Bravi!!!

We shall keep you updated. Follow the Academy’s Facebook page for more photos here.

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