Symposium: Arts and Culture in Contemporary Mongolia


Lunch will be served. Admission is free but registration is required. Click here to register

Guest Speakers include Ms. Oyungerel Tsededamba, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Mongolia; Mr. Bayanmunkh Baatarnaram, Director of the Cultural Heritage Program of the Mongolia Arts Council; and Ms. Munkhzul Chuluubat, General Director of the Mongolia State Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet.

The Stanford Pan-Asian Music Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary season with a series of concerts and cultural events featuring unique and talented artists from Tibet, Mongolia, and around the world February 1 – March 2, 2014.

Inaugurated in 2004, the festival is dedicated to promoting an understanding and appreciation of music in contemporary Asia. Jindong Cai, the festival’s founder and artistic director, states that "It has been a remarkable ten years during which we have explored many of the rich and diverse musical cultures from Asia. With the festival as our looking-glass, we hope to continue bringing people and traditions from East and West together through music."

The 2014 Pan-Asian Music Festival begins on February 1st with the traditional Chinese New Year’s Concert by the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, followed by a two-weekend long unique celebration of traditional Tibetan and Mongolian music and dance by two visiting ensembles, the Tibetan Opera and Music Troupe and the Mongolia State Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet. Four soloists from Mongolia National Opera join forces with Stanford Symphony and Symphonic Chorus in performances of Verdi’s Requiem.

Saturday, March 01, 2014 | 11:00 am — 1:00 pm
Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St

Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford
Stanford Pan-Asian Music Festival